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Marquette Basketball All-Decade Team

It’s the middle of summer and the biggest talking points around Marquette still revolve around two players no longer on the team. Time to switch up the vibe and go with something more lighthearted. I received this Tweet on Thursday night and couldn’t stop thinking about it. @PaintTouches @CrackedSidewlks any thoughts on MU starting 5? […]

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Marquette Year in Review: Jamil Wilson

We apologize for these player reviews being so late into the offseason — Marquette played its last game nearly two months ago — but that pesky thing called the real world got in the way. That, and the coaching chance made us put these bad boys on the back burner. We’ll try and give you […]

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Deonte Burton: Breaking out of his freshman shell

You wouldn’t know it from the way he plays, but Deonte Burton is shy. The soft-spoken 19-year-old nervously laughs when asked about his thunderous dunk against Samford (“I just jumped”). Ask him about the role Buzz Williams wants him to play and you’ll get an automated, one-sentence response about working as hard as he can […]

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New Big East gives MU no room for error

Three years ago Marquette found itself in a position early in the season where its non-conference results left a hazy outlook toward the rest of the season. The Golden Eagles went 9-4 before the turn of the calendar, beating the likes of cupcakes Prairie View A&M, Longwood, Texas A&M Corpus-Christi and Centenary, among others. Jimmy […]

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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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