Paint Touches with WMUR Sports, Sept. 16

“Paint Touches with WMUR Sports” today featured the Marquette Tribune’s Mark Strotman and Mike Nelson and Marquette radio’s Matt Trebby and Dave Tukesbery. Make sure to listen every Friday from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. on Marquette Radio.

Here are three highlights from today’s show, including a discussion on the NBA prospects of former and current Marquette players, an interview with a walk-on hopeful and a breakdown of what walk-on Rob Frozena went to the program. Simply click on the links for the audio.

Best NBA Career: Lazar Hayward, Jimmy Butler or Darius Johnson-Odom?

Assuming Darius Johnson-Odom continues his progression and is drafted to an NBA franchise, which of these three players will have the most successful and longest NBA careers? Yes, we took Wesley Matthews out of the discussion.

Interview with potential walk-on Spencer Bonnahoom about tryouts.

After ESPN’s college basketball blog picked up Paint Touches’ walk-on story, we brought in a player who experienced the tryout firsthand: guard Spencer Bonahoom. He thinks he performed well and has a chance to make the team.

The crew talks Marquette walk-ons and Rob Frozena

Staying in line with the walk-on theme, Rob Frozena was everything a walk-on is supposed to be. The hosts talked about what he meant to the program and what the next walk-on will need to do to accomplish what Frozena did.

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