It is senior night in Ames when Iowa State hosts Missouri but it could also be the last home game for junior guard Curtis Stinson who ranks third in the Big 12 in scoring and assists. ISU coach Wayne Morgan says Stinson may be moving on at the end of this season. Morgan says there’s the possibility that Stinson may declare for the N-B-A draft. He says there’s as good a chance that Stinson will return as there is Stinson will leave.
Morgan says any decision would not be made until the season is complete. He says it depends on what he hears from N-B-A scouts and general managers. Morgan says if he hears positive things, then he would give Stinson his blessing, but if not, he says they’d have a different conversation.
The Cyclones are 5-9 in the Big-12 and 15-12 overall after a 91-73 loss at Baylor.
This season has been a nightmare at Missouri. Quinn Snyder resigned as head coach earlier this month and Melvin Watkins has taken over as team that is 4-10 in the Big-12 and 11-14 overall. Watkins says the key is keeping the players motivated.