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Marshall Henderson is enjoying the ride. The Ole Miss shooting guard with the LeBron James-observed green light helped his team past Wisconsin early Friday afternoon. Since the Rebels weren’t scheduled to play again until Sunday evening against La Salle, Henderson stopped by McFadden’s in the Kansas City Power & Light District to take in some drinks and watch the rest of the NCAA tournament games.
Marshall Henderson out drinking in the P&L? Marshall Henderson out drinking in the P&L. #landshark (cc: @eslatten) twitter.com/NotKUComplianc…
— Fake KU Compliance (@NotKUCompliance) March 23, 2013
Of course, that just made Henderson’s many haters hate him even worse.
@nativeflash22 I ******* hate everything about you. Go make out with another fat chick at a bar and pay her off w fake money ******
— Cheese Boy(@xavier_manzo5) March 22, 2013
Whatever. The Landshark was doing what every other college basketball fan in America was doing yesterday, except he helped his team upset a No. 5 seed before he took in the March Madness games.
To top his night off, Henderson got into a Twitter spat with some fool internet troll masquerading as Kentucky guard Ryan Harrow. He’s since deleted his tweets. Henderson may deserve — and feed off of — the hate thrown his way, but he’s gotten the last laugh thus far. If Ole Miss can beat 13th-seeded La Salle on Sunday, they’ll be a win away from playing for the Final Four.
While Henderson was out at McFadden’s, fans wasted no time in capturing as many cell phone pics of him as they could get without getting in his face. You can see them in the gallery below.Ole Miss takes on La Salle at 7:40 p.m. (ET) on Sunday in Kansas City.
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Because anything less would have been civilized. But did the crowd provoke him?
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.
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