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Ole Miss’ controversial star Marshall Henderson has gotten a lot of flak for shooting too much in big games for the Rebels. Even King James has noticed. Check out what he just tweeted – he’s obviously watching their second round matchup against Wisconsin.
Man that dude Henderson from Ol Miss got the greenest light in basketball history!! Hahaha.
— LeBron James (@KingJames) March 22, 2013
I can’t even imagine how fluorescent LeBron’s green light would have been in college, if he’d gone.
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Brace yourself, America. Marshall Henderson and his must-see-tv act will be back for another episode this Sunday. Earlier this afternoon, Henderson and the Ole Miss Rebels defeated Wisconsin, 57-46, in the second round of the 2013 NCAA Tournament.
Despite Henderson shooting just 6-of-21 from the field, it was his 17 points in the last 12 minutes of the game that brought the Rebels...
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. Marshall Henderson's frustration was mounting with each 3-pointer that rattled out or clanged off the back rim. If this was supposed to be his coming out party on a national stage, he may as well have sent everyone home and thrown the cake in the trash.
Henderson, the swagger-walking, trash-talking, standout for Ole Miss, had shot the kind of percentage you...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. They surged into the Ole Miss locker room like an overflowing riverbank Thursday morning, holding cameras and tape recorders meant specifically for the most entertaining and controversial player in college basketball. He had been called talkative. Cocky. Brash. And surely a few other unprintable words uttered from opposing players on the court.
Dozens of media members...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. Marshall Henderson stops in the middle of practice at Sprint Center on Thursday, grabs a basketball, and hoists it toward the basket from beyond half-court.
A modest crowd of 200 or so fans erupts, and Henderson shrugs his shoulders, smiles and hustles back to the laid-back drills his Mississippi teammates are engaged in.
He got what he wanted: Attention...
If he had any hair, Andy Kennedy would probably be pulling it out.
The Mississippi coach has been searching in vain all season for a way to jolt Marshall Henderson out of his habitual first-half funks.
In the upset victory over Florida in the Southeastern Conference finals, the affable and at times agitating - at least to opponents and their fans - Henderson scored all but three...
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At one time down by 27 points, the Heat overcame their largest deficit of the season to go on to win 98-95.
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Another game, another double-digit rally for the Miami Heat.
And most importantly, another win.
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