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Butler may be a Bull now, he will always be a Warrior though.

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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Butler may be a Bull now, he will always be a Warrior though.

Web dimes: recapping a busy week of #mubb news

Marquette’s season has had its fair share of ups and downs already, but there has been one constant: content. It seems like every time I log into Twitter, there is some new, interesting article, Vine, Tweet, you name it. Sometimes, it can get a bit overwhelming, so we bring you a concise place to recap […]

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Travis Diener: Sassari (Italy); Game Stats

Warriors Abroad: November 2013 edition

It’s time for yet another edition of Warriors Abroad, our look at past Marquette basketball players and where they are currently plying their trade. We tweaked our criteria a bit and are no longer listing players who are no longer playing professionally as the list is ever growing. We also changed the format a bit […]

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Duane Wilson’s injury means back to 2010 style

When freshman Junior Cadougan crumbled to the Kasten gym floor in September 2009 with a torn Achilles tendon , it left an already thin point-guard position even weaker. The top-100 recruit was expected to play a significant role on Marquette’s second unit, but a four-to-six month rehabilitation prognosis ended those talks for the foreseeable future. […]

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Big East alumni in the ESPN NBA Rank top-500

Almost two months ago we selected the first hypothetical Big East All-NBA team, with convoluted rules–obviously Dwyane Wade never played in the Big East–but pretty decent results. Why were they decent? ESPN said so, duh. ESPN once again released its list of the NBA’s top 500 players to much consternation and backlash on social media. […]

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