Marquette In The NBA

Eric Gebhart (All Photos: NBA.com) Training camp has now passed, preseason games are well under way, and the regular season is less than a month away, so we decided to take a look at the six former Marquette ballers in the National Basketball Association. Henry Ellenson,┬áDetroit Pistons Last Year Regular Season Stats: TEAM GAMES MINS PTS REB AST FG% Marquette 33 33.5 17.0 9.7 1.8 … Continue reading Marquette In The NBA

So….What About Next Year?

Author: Dave Klinger (Editor), david.klinger@marquette.edu. Well, that kind of sucked. It’s not like we expected this year’s team to do anything, so no one’s necessarily unhappy with the season. It just sucked. And now, we’re ready for some not-sucking in Marquette basketball. Will that happen next year? Let’s back that question up: What will the team look like next year? Good evening, ladies and gents, … Continue reading So….What About Next Year?

Six Things We Learned From Non-Conference Play

Author: Dave Klinger (Editor), david.klinger@marquette.edu. Halfway done and we’re still alive. Not in terms of predictions, but technicalities. And here’s why: Outside of Omaha, Marquette has beaten everyone it should and lost to everyone it shouldn’t have. We were in the same situation last year, and everyone knows how awful that turned out, but then again… …we have Luke Fischer now, who turned out to … Continue reading Six Things We Learned From Non-Conference Play

Deonte Burton, John Dawson Transferring From Marquette

Author: Dave Klinger (Editor), david.klinger@marquette.edu. Sophomores Deonte Burton and John Dawson are transferring from Marquette, confirmed by the school and both players. Burton, a 6-4, 240 pound forward, was averaging 6.4 points and 16.1 minutes per contest. After a promising freshman campaign, many expected him to star for the Golden Eagles this year, but instead fans witnessed his struggles with defense and aggressiveness until he … Continue reading Deonte Burton, John Dawson Transferring From Marquette

It’s Going To Be A Long Year

Author: Dave Klinger (Editor), david.klinger@marquette.edu. How could we make the same mistake twice in a row? I’m not saying Marquette is doomed. I’m not saying the team’s issues are completely unfixable. But as of now, three games into the season, it seems as if we overestimated the Golden Eagles’ potential for the second straight season. Oh, sure, we stated all the necessary precautions. We underlined … Continue reading It’s Going To Be A Long Year

2014-15 Marquette Basketball Season Preview

Author: Dave Klinger (Editor), david.klinger@marquette.edu. We’re back. After enduring one of the most heartbreaking seasons in recent Marquette basketball history and possibly the most suspenseful, frustrating, yet thrilling month of March for a team that didn’t qualify for a postseason tournament, we can exhale, unwind in our chairs, and not only say that we made it, but hey, it was worth it too. Hair-thinning, stomach-turning, … Continue reading 2014-15 Marquette Basketball Season Preview

Coach Wojo, Derrick Wilson, And Matt Carlino Preview MU’s Exhibition, Season

Author: Dave Klinger (Editor), david.klinger@marquette.edu. Tomorrow’s exhibition game versus Division III Wisconsin Lutheran will be the last time Marquette plays publicly before its first real test against Tennessee-Martin on the 14th. As with the season in general, it’s tough to pinpoint what to expect from the match (besides a win in this case), especially in consideration of the New Coach Factor and the amount of … Continue reading Coach Wojo, Derrick Wilson, And Matt Carlino Preview MU’s Exhibition, Season