Tag Archives: Juan Anderson
Jamil Wilson is becoming a complete switchable. (USA Today)

Predicting the Marquette season

Predictions are always fun because they stir up controversy, yield discussion and, if you’re wrong, people rarely take the time to go find a post from six months ago and tell you where you messed up. In all seriousness, though, what Buzz Williams plans to do this season is becoming clearer and there’s a heap […]

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Jamil Wilson's ability to find space in the middle of Georgetown's zone keyed Marquette's second half run. (USA Today Images)

Marquette preseason primer: Wings

Marquette is officially in game week, which means we’ll  be previewing this year’s roster and schedule throughout the week up until Friday night’s game against Southern. Today we look at Marquette’s wings, followed by its forwards and finally the non-conference schedule. On Friday we’ll make our predictions for the 2013-14 Golden Eagles. Monday: Guards Tuesday: Wings Wednesday: Forwards/centers […]

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Two years later, Juan Anderson makes Marquette his home

In early May, Juan Anderson felt at home. And that’s, well, because he was. Finals at Marquette were done. The basketball season had concluded March 30, over a month ago. And Anderson had finalized his release from Buzz Williams’ program on April 15. There wasn’t anywhere else he would be. They say home is where […]

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Pro-Am video highlights from Midwest Ballers

If you want something done right, leave it to the professionals. When it comes to highlight reels of local action, no one does it better than the guys over at Midwest Ballers. Here are some of Marquette players’ highlights at the Milwaukee Pro-Am courtesy of Midwest Ballers. It’s true that these glorified pick-up won’t tell […]

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Buzz Williams' group will take the court for the first time at this year's Pro-Am. (USA Today)

2013 Scion Dental Milwaukee Pro-Am preview

The Scion Dental Milwaukee Pro-Am will kick off tomorrow night in Greenfield, marking the first time since the Golden Eagles were knocked out of the NCAA Tournament that they will take the court in a public setting. Let’s jump right into everything you need to know about this year’s Pro-Am. Rosters The NCAA allows for […]

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