Found March 14, 2014 on Fox Sports South:
ATLANTA -- Marshall Henderson's final stand began as most things do with Marshall Henderson. On Ole Miss' first offensive possession of the SEC Tournament, the 6-foot-2 senior shot the ball. It was an ill-advised, contested 3-point jumper that bounced harmlessly off the rim. One down, 18 to go. Welcome back. From the moment he led the Rebels onto the Georgia Dome court, Mississippi State boo-birds raining down their greetings as he clapped his hands defiantly, Henderson, the SEC's preeminent volume scorer who led the program to a surprising conference tournament title just a season ago, welcomed the vitriol that came with his every action. He just kept shooting, and shooting. Even during warmups, he accepted passes from teammates and ballboys and press row personnel (following errant passes) and kept hoisting basketballs toward the rim. He didn't stop. He rarely does. In the end, though, there was plenty of deja vu to go around: Henderson helped shoot the Rebels into...
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