Tag Archives: Trent Lockett

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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Meet me at the rim, Todd Mayo

The art of hyperbole has been perfected by the lauding of freshmen who make an impact early in the non-conference season and are suddenly the second coming of Kevin Durant. With brand-new players arriving on campus each season on the heels of dominant high school careers, it’s easy to get carried away in the 4-minute […]

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Top 2012-13 Performances: No. 10 Trent Lockett vs. Miami

Stat line: 8 pts, 11 reb, 2 ast, 38 min. Quality of opponent: 9/10. Miami came into this Sweet 16 matchup as a solid favorite to advance. They were the ACC regular season and tournament champions, having spent the last two months of the season in the top-10 of the AP polls, reaching as high as […]

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The 10 most incredible Marquette statistics

What a ride it was for Marquette in 2012-13. Twenty-six wins, a shared Big East regular season title, an Elite 8 appearance and two All-Big East players. We know about Vander Blue’s 30-point effort, Davante Gardner’s impressive performance against Syracuse, Junior Cadougan’s dominance against Wisconsin and the Golden Eagles’ defensive numbers in a Sweet 16 […]

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Marquette Mailbag: Decisions, decisions….

We’re back to the Saturday mailbag, where we’re taking your questions from Twitter, Facebook and email and answering them. If you’d like to submit a question, tweet @PaintTouches, write it on our Facebook wall or send an email to PaintTouches@gmail.com. On to the mailbag: 1. Todd Mayo is a Golden Eagle in 2013-’14: Yes or no. (@patrickkleary) Yes. […]

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Player review: Trent Lockett

What he did well: Pardon the immediate cliche, but every great team–Elite team, for that matter–has that one player who does more that doesn’t show up in the box score than what does. In 2012-’13, that player was Trent Lockett. The Arizona State transfer did not match the statistics he put up for three years […]

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