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KANSAS CITY, Mo. Wisconsin guard Zak Showalter dribbled down court during practice on Wednesday and spotted an open teammate cutting to the basket. Instincts, naturally, told him to zip a pass through the defense so the scout team could score two points against the Badgers' starters.He did ... only to find himself reprimanded and briefly pulled from the floor.If that reaction doesn't sound much like Wisconsin basketball, that's because it isn't the typical response. But when your job is to imitate Ole Miss gunner Marshall Henderson, the rules of the game change considerably."We just knew he was going to catch and shoot from wherever he was," Showalter said. "That's what we tried to do all week."Henderson and No. 12 seed Ole Miss play No. 5 seed Wisconsin at 11:40 a.m. CT Friday at Sprint Center.Showalter and guard Jordan Smith rotated emulating Henderson every few minutes this week, in part because of the sheer exhaustion of firing any 3-poin...
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Love him or hate him, the Rebels’ loose cannon is making himself a household name entering this week’s NCAA Tournament.
Marshall Henderson earned national recognition during last week’s SEC Tournament after making headlines and becoming a YouTube sensation through his crazy antics following consistent buckets against some of the nation’s top-talent. Well, he’s back at...
The internet nearly exploded when Johnny Football reached out to Marshall Henderson over Twitter.
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...
Marshall Henderson shook out of a shooting slump and scored 17 points in the second half, leading 12th-seeded Mississippi past No. 5 Wisconsin 57-46 on Friday, giving the Rebels their first NCAA tournament win since 2002.
For the cold-shooting Badgers (23-12), the upset loss snaps a string of six straight first-game victories. Ole Miss (27-8) trailed 25-22 at halftime and Henderson...
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...
Mississippi coach Andy Kennedy compares watching Marshall Henderson to watching NASCAR.
The wrecks are both unpredictable and inevitable.
The Rebels' colorful, polarizing guard drew plenty of attention on Thursday in Kansas City, where No. 12 seed Ole Miss is preparing to play fifth-seeded Wisconsin in the NCAA tournament Friday.
When the Rebels' locker room opened, dozens...
Badger forward Mike Bruesewitz shakes off brash Mississippi star Marshall Henderson's tweets leading up to their first round clash in the NCAA Tournament.
With his antics and his willingness to hoist up 3-pointers, junior Marshall Henderson grabs a lot of the headlines for Ole Miss, Wisconsin's first opponent in the NCAA Tournament. But with Henderson being the focal point, the Rebels have a lot of other key components that can give teams trouble.
Marshall Henderson may have more enemies than fans in the college basketball world, but not many of his critics can say they’ve received a personal shout-out from LeBron James.
The free-shooting, free-speaking guard from Ole Miss struggled in the first half of Friday’s matchup against Wisconsin, shooting only 1-11 from the field. But that didn’t stop the controversial star...
And if your bracket was full before this game, odds are it's not in place now.
Tournament heel Marshall Henderson started out the game going 3-for-17 from the field, but Ole Miss went on a run and closed out Wisconsin 57-46. A lot of people (whoever "people" are- commonly confused with "conventional wisdom") think that Ole...
Nobody would have blamed La Salle's weary guys for leaving the Sprint Center, finding the nearest bed in the team hotel and laying down for a well-earned snooze.
Ole Miss star Marshall Henderson? He was hitting the town to celebrate.
The No. 12 seed Rebels knocked off fifth-seeded Wisconsin in the second round of the NCAA tournament on Friday night, shortly before the No. 13...
8 a.m. ET: March Madness this time around is a little different than it has been in years past, with no clear-cut No. 1 team and few big-name players ready to etch themselves into NCAA Tournament lore. What’s so great about March Madness, though, is that even when the odds are stacked in one direction, anything can happen.
Two players who have already grabbed some headlines before...
Wisconsin's vaunted defense did its job, holding Mississippi to its lowest point total of the year.
It was the suspect offense that failed. The Badgers put up 59 shots against Ole Miss on Friday but made only 15 of them. So Bo Ryan's team headed home after a 57-46 loss that snapped a six-year string of first-game wins for one of the NCAA's most consistently successful...
Moving onto today’s actions. Some preview-ish type of thoughts:
****The Marshall Henderson Show hits the NCAA Tournament this afternoon. Here’s the deal with Henderson. He’s a good player, not a great player, who can light up the nets and his mouth, bringing an excitement to the gym that was sorely needed across the SEC Basketball landscape this winter. When he’s on, like...