PLAYERS OF INTRIGUE – UPDATED
Before the season, The Minutes gave you 25 intriguing players to watch in 2012-13. Most of them have held up pretty well as worthy of paying attention to.
But since nothing ever goes according to script in sports – and that’s a good thing – it’s’ time now to update the list with seven players who have barged their way into the public consciousness. Or at least they should have by now:
Marshall Henderson (1). The Mississippi guard leads the Southeastern Conference in scoring and antagonizing. He is fearless and he is tactless. He is clutch and he is incorrigible.
Henderson averages 19.2 points per game for the Rebels, who at 6-0 are the surprise of the SEC so far. Henderson is sixth nationally in made 3-pointers per game and has cranked up 207 of them in 19 games. He’s made some huge plays to keep Mississippi's unbeaten league runRead More »from Forde Minutes: Where Marshall Henderson adds intrigue and Northern Illinois adds nothing