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July 8, 2014 12:20 PM

Missouri Valley Conference to announce future men’s basketball tournament sites Wednesday

On Wednesday, the Missouri Valley Conference will make a “historic announcement regarding the future” of its men’s basketball tournament. Kansas City was among a handful of cities, along with St. Louis, Indianapolis, Chicago and Las Vegas, invited to bid for Missouri Valley tournaments beginning in 2016.

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