Tag Archives: Junior Cadougan

Duane Wilson should take a lesson from Junior Cadougan

It’s difficult to argue one way or another whether Junior Cadougan made the smart decision in 2010 when, just four months removed from surgery to repair an Achilles injury in his left foot, he returned to the Golden Eagles lineup for the last 16 games of his short-lived freshman season. The decision was his to […]

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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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What’s in a name? Lots of confusion

Buzz Williams rarely finds himself confused, especially when it comes to his own team. What has made Marquette successful during his tenure as head coach is understanding the ins and outs of his players and being able to communicate both on a personal and business level. He’s had his fair share of J’s and D’s, […]

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Wilson transforming into a trusted leader

Derrick Wilson doesn’t need to average 15 points per game this season. He doesn’t have to earn All-Big East accolades by season’s end or find himself on the Bob Cousy Award watch list in December. Part of what makes the 6-foot junior point guard so special is that numbers won’t always do his performance justice. […]

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Marquette Madness primer

Our-long awaited national crisis is almost over. No, the government isn’t going to be up and running any time soon, but come Friday at 7 p.m., Marquette basketball will be and for fans and followers of the blue and gold, that’s more than enough good news. Here at Paint Touches we have scraped and clawed […]

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