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Jimmy Butler’s playoff heroics for Chicago

It’s a slow time of the year right now for Marquette basketball, so sometimes throwing up a few highlights of a former player is what passes for content. It may not be terribly informing, but my goodness, was it fun to watch, particularly if you were a Bulls fan.  Jimmy Butler scored 31 points, a […]

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All the Vines that are fit to post

Marquette couldn’t keep up with Georgetown in overtime, but did leave us with a plethora of viral content. Derrick puts Paul White on a poster Derrick Wilson catches Isaac Copeland #posterized https://t.co/kHRIkFjNBY — Rob Dauster (@RobDauster) January 24, 2015 GET UP! Derrick Wilson with the HUGE JAM for @MarquetteMBB! #BIGEAST http://t.co/OGNBfmFQ98 — FOX Sports 1 (@FOXSports1) […]

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Video and links from Carlino’s game winner

It’s cool to hear the call by Homer and Mac along with the visuals. Non Partisan analysis Twitter reactions From the JS Analysis by FS Wisconsin Below is Carlino’s post-game interview, where he talks up the Big East and then some Here is MUTV’s recap: Henry Ellenson couldn’t help but chime in: Game winner !!! […]

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Marquette NBA D-League update

When I was updating the former player lists on Twitter last week, it came to my attention that Vander Blue still has Paint Touches blocked on Twitter. Still not sure why, but that did get me thinking about other Marquette alumni in the NBA D-League, who toil in near anonymity. I haven’t seen any of […]

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NCAA Tourney sites selected with MU implications

It’s never too early to think about the NCAA Tournament, even if that means looking ahead a year or two (or three). That’s why when the NCAA announced the hosting sites for the 1st/2nd rounds as well as the regionals for the 2016, 2017 and 2018 tourneys, Twitter took full notice. There was a lot of info […]

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