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 might find from an out-of-shape chucker in the over-50 YMCA league during the first half against Wisconsin in the NCAA tournament Friday afternoon. He was 1 for 11 from the field, including 0 for 4 on 3-point attempts.
If Ole Miss lost to Wisconsin, he thought, everyone would blame him.
"I've shot like 20 hundred million shots in my day," he would say later. "Now that I make the NCAA tournament, why does this happen?"
Fortunately for Henderson and his teammates, he vindicated himself to help No. 12 seed Ole Miss upset No. 5 Wisconsin, 57-46, in a Round of 64 game at Sprint Center. Henderson didn't shoot part...