Missouri has a four-point lead on the Baylor Bears after the first half of the Big 12 men's final.
The Bears are a little off-target, only hitting 4 of 14 attempts from 3-point territory, but still in range to become the first Big 12 team to win four games in four days for the conference tournament title. The improbable NCAA Tournament bid is within reach.
The concern is three fouls attacked to Baylor inside scoring threat Kevin Rogers, who had six points at the half.
The Bears are led so far by Curtis Jerrells with seven points. LaceDarius Dunn (above, battling for a rebound), shooting only 2-of-8 from the field, is one of four Bears with six points.
DeMarre Carroll leads Missouri with nine points. The Tigers have hit 5-of-10 from 3-point range.