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NBA Summer League: Marquette players’ recaps

The NBA’s Las Vegas Summer League¬†will wrap up Monday when the Rockets square off against the Wizards. And while that game won’t feature any former Marquette players, five did suit up last week in Las Vegas. Here’s a quick wrap-up of each players’ performance, with their stats linked. Dwight Buycks Buycks earned himself a contract […]

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Trent Lockett helped soften the Jae Crowder blow by providing stellar defense in 2012.

Marquette: Who will bring back the defensive mojo?

When Buzz Williams secured a commitment from graduate transfer Trent Lockett in 2012, it appeared to be a match made in heaven. A strong defender with an efficient offensive skill set (think Jimmy Butler) was the quintessential player in Williams’ system, and the 13.3 points per game he averaged in his final two seasons at […]

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Why Trent Lockett is NBA-bound

After a rather inauspicious Summer League performance, the general consensus was that Trent Lockett was headed overseas. The Marquette senior, who spent his first three seasons at Arizona State, played in five games for the Sacramento Kings, averaging 7.0 points on a respectable 46/38/55 percent slash in 20 minutes per game. He even garnered a […]

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Marquette’s Summer League recap

No introduction necessary here. Marquette had eight former players participate in the Orlando and Las Vegas Summer Leagues. Here’s how they fared and what’s next for each: Vander Blue (6 games) – 21.2 minutes – 11.0 points; 22-for-55 (40%) FG; 6-for-16 (37.5%) 3FG; 16-for-21 (76.2%) FT – 3.7 rebounds, 0.5 assists, 0.8 steals, 1.8 turnovers […]

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How good was Trent Lockett’s senior year?

It’s remarkable how quick college basketball players go through the system, arriving as high-profiled freshmen, improving as sophomores and finding their respective roles–large or small–as junior and seniors. Vander Blue’s time as a lanky first-year reserve seemed like just days ago while watching him drop 30 points on South Florida, hit clutch shot after clutch […]

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