Vahe Gregorian

June 27, 2014 2:42 PM

Having realized a lifelong dream, Missouri coach Kim Anderson gets to work

Kim Anderson scarcely has stopped working as he takes on what Missouri athletic director Mike Alden suggested was a "CEO" role at his alma mater, where the son of Sedalia starred on the court and later was an assistant basketball coach.

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