Kim Anderson
Kim Anderson


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Was a junior forward on Norm Stewart's first Big Eight Conference championship team in 1976, then led the league in scoring and was it's "Player of the Year" in 1977. The Sedalia product was Academic All-Big Eight in 1975 and '77, and won Missouri's George Edwards Award for basketball excellence, academic ability, citizenship and character three times. He tallied 1,289 points in his career to rank among Missouri's top-20 alltime scorers. Anderson was a first-round pick of the NBA's Portland Trailblazers and also played professionally in Italy and France. From 1982 until earlier this year, he was an assistant basketball coach - 12 years at MU and six years at Baylor. He's currently the director of basketball operations for the Big 12 Conference.

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