Heading into the Battle 4 Atlantis, the Missouri Tigers had a lot of questions they were hoping to find answers to in the Bahamas.
The Battle 4 Atlantis, which was ultimately won by Duke, gave head coach Frank Haith's team a chance to play some stiffer competition and ultimately gauge exactly where they are as the team tries to jell into a cohesive unit.
For some, the tournament may feel like a disappointment. Mizzou was drubbed in a second-round matchup with the previously No. 2 ranked Louisville Cardinals.
The game against Louisville certainly exposed some weaknesses as Rick Pitino's crew took care of Mizzou in a 84-61 rout. Louisville gave the Tigers fits with a matchup zone defense.
Overall, there are still plenty of concerns as Haith looks for the right lineup chemistry.
It should not be forgotten that Mizzou did escape with two very high quality wins over a decent Stanford team and a very good VCU bunch.
In order to better understand what happened in the Bahamas, here are some grades and a report card on Mizzou's performance in the Battle 4 Atlantis.