Jabari Brown has been one of the hottest college shooters in the last month. The junior has topped 20 points in six of his last seven SEC games and is averaging 24.3 points on 57.1% shooting from the floor and 61.9% shooting from three-point range during that stretch. In addition, Brown is averaging 0.7 points per minute played and is averaging 1.43 points per field goal attempt, not including his impressive 40-of-46 shooting at the foul line. Brown has been especially good in the second half of games, averaging 15.0 points on 62% shooting from the floor and 64% shooting from beyond the arc.
Brown and the Tigers wrap up a span of three road trips in four games, when they face Ole Miss, Saturday at 4 p.m.
Both Brown and Jordan Clarkson have reached double figures in all-22 games played this year, the most since Melvin Booker opened the 1993-94 season with 23 consecutive double figure games. The last Mizzou player with 24 consecutive games in double figures to open a year was Doug Smith in 1990-91. Smith hit double figures in all 30 games of his senior season.