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The Missouri men’s basketball team is renewing its rivalry with Oklahoma State.

The two former Big XII rivals will meet in a non-conference game Dec. 30 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City.

“I remember playing Oklahoma State in Kansas City twice while I was in school and those were two great games,” said Mizzou coach Kim Anderson. “Our two universities share great history with one another and conference affiliation isn’t going to change that fact. Obviously KC is very special to us and plays a major part in who we are as a university and as a basketball program. We have tremendous fans in the city and they know how committed we are to bringing Mizzou Basketball to Sprint Center as often as possible.”

This will be the 15th meeting between the Tigers and Cowboys in Kansas City. Mizzou won the last time the teams played there, an 88-70 decision during the 2012 conference tournament.

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