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“I’m tired of doing all this stuff for free. And this is where you make your money, the NCAA tournament.”Those were the words that Ole Miss star guard Marshall Henderson uttered early on in the 2012-23 NCAA Tournament, leading many to believe that the brash, showboating junior SG from Hurst, Texas was calling his college career quits after this year and declaring himself eligible for the NBA Draft. Well, apparently that wasn’t true, and it just further proved that Henderson is full of words. Granted, he’s also full of talent, but NBA-ready talent? That’s up for debate.Not up for debate is the fact that Henderson is widely loathed by pretty much every fan that doesn’t wear Ole Miss gear, and if he is indeed returning to the SEC Champion Rebels for his senior season, then he’s going to have a colossal bull’s eye on his back. You know, more colossal than the one he knows he already has.Henderson’s Tourney run ended when Ole Miss wasn’t able to hold off No. 13 La Salle in a 74-72 loss, ...
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#1 – Marshall Is Trying To Get Paid Marshall is not one to shy away from speaking frankly, and at a NCAA tournament presser he mentioned for a second time that he is just trying to get paid. “I’m trying to get paid here soon because I’m tired of doing all this stuff for free. And this is where you make your money, the NCAA tournament.” NEXT >> Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
When Ole Miss guard Marshall Henderson met with the press prior Ole Miss’ first game in the NCAA Tournament he informed them that he wasn’t just trying to win, but that he was trying to get paid. Well, pump the brakes on that idea. Just a short time ago on Twitter, where he does a lot of his venting/trash-talking, Henderson informed everyone that he was coming back for his senior...
Mississippi has hired Kentucky assistant Matt Insell to be its next women's basketball coach.
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Ole Miss held an indoor scrimmage early Thursday morning. Photos courtesy of Cain Madden.
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