3 worst head coach hires in Missouri basketball history

Dennis Gates is in his second year at Missouri and this season has not been his best, but it also hasn't been the worst in Missouri basketball history. Here are some coaches that hold that title.

Mar 9, 2017; Nashville, TN, USA; Missouri Tigers head coach Kim Anderson talks with a pair of his guards.
Mar 9, 2017; Nashville, TN, USA; Missouri Tigers head coach Kim Anderson talks with a pair of his guards. / Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports
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. 1. player. . 2014-2017. Kim Anderson. Missouri Tigers MBB. 27-68 overall record. Kim Anderson. 531

Kim Anderson has the worst win percentage in Missouri basketball history. Anderson was 27-68 overall and 8-46 in the SEC. He never had a winning season and only hit double-digit wins once with the Tigers. Before he began coaching, Anderson had ties to Missouri because he once played for them.

Here is a breakdown of Anderson's time with Missouri.

2014-2015: 9-23, 3-15 SEC
2015-2016: 10-21, 3-15 SEC
2016-2017: 8-24, 2-16 SEC

Anderson was never able to get things going at Missouri like he did at Central Missouri where he was the head coach for 12 seasons. Anderson was asked to resign from Missouri following the 2016-2017 season.

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