Sophomore forward Johnathan Williams III has learned to be more assertive on the court, which has allowed him to emerge as a leader for a young Missouri Tigers team. Williams has scored at least 15 points with at least eight rebounds in each of the last seven games, averaging 17.1 points and nine rebounds.
Sophomore forward Johnathan Williams III has learned to be more assertive on the court, which has allowed him to emerge as a leader for a young Missouri Tigers team. Williams has scored at least 15 points with at least eight rebounds in each of the last seven games, averaging 17.1 points and nine rebounds. File photo by L.G. Patterson The Associated Press
Sophomore forward Johnathan Williams III has learned to be more assertive on the court, which has allowed him to emerge as a leader for a young Missouri Tigers team. Williams has scored at least 15 points with at least eight rebounds in each of the last seven games, averaging 17.1 points and nine rebounds. File photo by L.G. Patterson The Associated Press

Missouri’s Johnathan Williams III grows into role of Tigers’ team leader

January 07, 2015 7:38 PM

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