Marcus Denmon

Missouri Tigers #12 - Guard

  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 185

What we all want to see from Missouri basketball in 2021

2020 was as bumpy for Mizzou Hoops as it was for the rest of the country, but they finished strong! What does 2021 have in store?

Creative Roster management might be the key to success

Frank Haith and Mike Anderson blended rosters with freshmen and transfers and now Cuonzo Martin is doing the same.

Gold mine or land mine, the transfer market has unearthed some Mizzou Hoops favorites

For the better part of the Post-Norm era, the transfer market has provided Missouri the boost it’s needed.

Mizzou’s Post-Norm Stewart recruiting pool is wide with varied results

Landing elite talent doesn’t always work out for the Tigers.

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What if... Michael Dixon was a member of the 2012-13 Basketball team?

The Frank Haith era started with a bang, and year two was set up to be another huge season. But they were missing one piece.

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What we all want to see from Missouri basketball in 2020

There’s 12 months of unknown ahead, with a lot of possibility.

Top Moments of the 2010s: Denmon downs Kansas

A Saturday night in February of 2012, Marcus Denmon became a legend.

2010s At Mizzou: Top Tigers of the Decade, the best of the rest Part 1


We’re listing out the rest of our Top 50 Tigers of the Decade in alphabetical order, here’s A through H.

Taking stock of Mizzou’s recruiting after a quiet signing day


The Tigers’ haul in 2020 is modest and might not match outside expectations, but Cuonzo Martin’s blueprint still appears sound.