Missouri and Kansas are underway at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, and the impact of their one-time preseason showdown is already being felt.
Before tipoff on Sunday, it was announced the pay-per-view battle, which will benefit hurricane relief efforts, has raised well over $640,000.
PPV for Missouri-Kansas reportedly had 16,000 purchases, over $640,000 raised for hurricane relief.
— Pete Scantlebury (@PeteScantlebury) October 22, 2017
And 16,000 purchases isn’t bad, either!
This is the first meeting between these teams since Missouri left the Big 12 in 2012. The Sprint Center is sold out for the the contest.
Missouri leads 44-40 at the half behind a great showing from potential No. 1 overall pick Michael Porter Jr.
Follow along with live updates here.
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