Found December 14, 2013 on
So here’s one of the most ridiculous plays you’ll ever come across. In today’s Ole Miss-Middle Tennessee matchup, Rebels guard Marshall Henderson decided to work a little magic. Henderson saw teammate Sebastian Saiz underneath the hoop wide open, so he rocketed a pass into the lane. The dish didn’t go exactly as he planned — it actually bounced off of two Middle Tennessee defenders’ heads and up into the hoop for a bucket.
Unfortunately for Henderson, Saiz was credited with the score. Here’s video of the crazy play via Brian Crider:
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Even when Marshall Henderson doesn’t shoot, he scores.
The entertaining Ole Miss guard added another highlight to his reel on Saturday during the Rebels’ 72-63 victory over Middle Tennessee. Henderson was attempting to dish the ball to teammate Sebastian Saiz in the paint, but his pass bounced off two Middle Tennessee defenders, and miraculously found its way into the hoop...
Marshall Henderson is arguably one of the most entertaining players in college basketball. So if anybody could score two points by throwing a bounce pass from the top of the key off of one defender’s hands and then a second defender’s chest Henderson can, and he did. Don’t believe me? Check it out for yourself. How Marshall? Just how?
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Jarvis Summers scored 25 points, Marshall Henderson added 15 and Mississippi rallied for a 72-63 victory over Middle Tennessee State on Saturday afternoon.
Ole Miss (7-2) snapped a two-game losing skid, coming back from a 56-50 deficit with less than eight minutes remaining. It was the most points for Summers since he scored 28 in a season-opening victory against Troy.