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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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(Photo by A. Martina Ibanez-Baldor)

How much do freshmen play for Buzz Williams?

Everyone knows Buzz Williams doesn’t play freshmen. It’s been obvious to any observer the past five years and became even more so in a study by Dan Hammer on RealGM showing that Buzz plays freshmen less than any other coach in the country giving them only 8 percent of possible minutes. It’s very convincing and […]

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NCAA Basketball: Big East Tournament-Marquette vs Notre Dame

Blue moves one step closer to NBA dream

Relative to reaching his dream of playing in the NBA, the last six months had been rough for Vander Blue. After a fantastic NCAA Tournament appearance, Blue went undrafted in June’s NBA draft, had an up-and-down Summer League performance both with the Houston Rockets and Memphis Grizzlies and patiently waited for an NBA team to […]

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JaJuan Johnson is could start from Day 1. (Rivals.com)

The shoes Jajuan Johnson is set to fill

Through six recruiting classes Buzz Williams has been a master of balancing classes. The roster he took over in 2008 was terribly tilted, and a half dozen junior-college transfers later it was smooth sailing, to put it both lightly and briefly — consider an entire recruiting class left when Tom Crean left for Indiana and […]

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Vander Blue’s Orlando Summer League recap

When Vander Blue announced on multiple platforms his decision to try out for NBA teams as a point guard, it came as a mild shock. The 6-foot-4 Blue had played almost exclusively as a shooting guard during his three seasons at Marquette, seeing only a handful of minutes at the point as a sophomore. Sixty […]

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