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Following up on a story reported after Ole Miss’ loss to La Salle in the third round of the NCAA Tournament on Sunday, we’ve now got video of Rebels star Marshall Henderson giving the Kansas City crowd two middle fingers as he heads to the locker room.
As you can see, Henderson first kicks a bunch of water bottles before giving the crowd the business. An assistant coach does his best to stop him, but unfortunately he’s about one second too late.
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Because anything less would have been civilized. But did the crowd provoke him?
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Marshall Henderson capped off his highly-publicized 2012-2013 season on Sunday the way most of us probably expected him to — by flipping off the fans. After Ole Miss lost to La Salle in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, Henderson gave some of the fans above the tunnel the double middle finger. He confirmed that he made the gesture after the game, telling reporters that a...
#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
Ole Miss’ Marshall Henderson has become known for basically doing whatever he feels like, on and off the court. Tonight, after his Rebels lost to La Salle on a last-second shot with a spot in the Sweet 16 on the line, Henderson reportedly gave the crowd two middle fingers on his way to the locker room.
Whether or not there will be repercussions remains to be seen.
Well, it was a fun weekend of following Marshall Henderson, the trolling guard for the Mississippi Rebels. With La Salle sending him and the Rebels home, and dreams of a Sweet 16 dashed, Henderson gave a double middle finger salute to the crowd as he exited the floor in Kansas City. Via BSO: Marshall Henderson just gave the KC crowd double middle fingers. Classy. — RockChalkBlog...
Texas A&M’s Heisman-winning quarterback Johnny Manziel knows a thing or two about having his every move scrutinized by the media. Manziel’s partying ways are written about (by us, as well) seemingly every other day.
Ole Miss’ basketball star Marshall Henderson has been getting similar treatment now for a few months, but with his Rebels recently winning the SEC Tournament...
All of you haters can finally breath a sigh of relief. Marshall Henderson and his Ole Miss Rebels have been eliminated from the tournament after yesterday’s 76-74 loss against LaSalle. Henderson didn’t handle the loss well and reportedly flipped the crowd the double bird:
People were even more harsh on Twitter. There were death threats, assumptions of drug use and just all around...
Marshall Henderson was the face of Mississippi basketball this season as the Rebels advanced to the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2002.
But the flamboyant, high-scoring guard had plenty of help from seniors Murphy Holloway and Reginald Buckner, two bruising and experienced forwards who did most of the dirty work in the paint while Henderson scored most of the points and...
First, Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel of Texas A&M tweeted his support to Mississippi’s Marshall Henderson on Saturday. It was pretty much a “haters gonna hate” tweet from Johnny Football to the antihero of the 2013 NCAA tournament:
.@nativeflash22 Keep hoopin and don’t listen all the BS. Keep the green light green!
— Johnny Manziel (@JManziel2) March 23, 2013...
Marshall Henderson says if Mississippi fans want to take it out on anybody, they can take it out on him.
Mississippi's swaggering shooting guard, who draws about as much attention as anyone else in college basketball, said he's to blame for La Salle's 76-74 victory in the third round of the NCAA tournament on Sunday.
''We should still be playing. I'm not...
No. 13 seeds and No. 12 seeds are not supposed to meet in the tournament. Having one upset its opening round competition is not unusual, but both? As Vizzini from the Princess Bride would say--
Both did win their opening games, La Salle upsetting Kansas State and Ole Miss upsetting Wisconsin, but after Sunday only one underdog could move on.
Both teams had solid...
Here are three things we learned from LaSalle's 76-74 victory over 12th-seeded Mississippi on Sunday night (West region):
1. Think the good people at VCU are worrying about their school's claim to fame?
In 2011, the inaugural year for the NCAA tournament's First Four round where eight teams vie for four spots in the 64-team NCAA field, through a two-pack of TuesdayWednesday...