Who does this guy remind you of? For me it has to be Chris Herron from Fresno St. Granted I've only seen highlights of Herron on his ESPN 30 for 30 episode, but they seem to have to same style of play as far as being a chucker that can get hot at anytime from the 3 and playing with tons of emotion. Even the transfering of schools and drug related pasts are something I found that they both have in common.
One of a kind nut ball, gota love him
Herron was a much better player. Not as much of a shooter but he was the better playmaker.
This Henderson dude is circus act. He's not even that nice of a shooter, he's just a fearless one who isn't afraid of jacking them up.
He's just getting attention because he's got that crystal meth swag. Ole Miss will never be as high as they were last night before Kentucky this yr.
Don't insult Chris Herren (that is the spelling). He was a fricking legend on the East coast back in high school.
Vernon maxwell without defense
The ole miss coaches need a backbone, he has no class and he hurt his teams chances of winning as his shot selection was turrible.
Maybe this is why Marshall is such a freakin nut ball.
JR Smith even nuttier.
He has nowhere near the athleticism of JR Smith. He kind of reminds me of Chris Lofton from Tennessee.
I was talking about the way they play the game and their characteristics. Obviously the athleticism of JR Smith is far superior to Henderson. However, both are hot heads, show offs, cocky, chuckers, love the three ball, both are eccentric to say the least, and both look to do one thing and one thing only, score the ball.
"Marshall Henderson is averaging 19.3 points per game this season as a JC transfer on Ole Miss.
Henderson spent 25 days in jail last spring for violation of the terms of his probation stemming from a 2010 forgery charge related to counterfeit money. The reason for the probation violation wasn't publicly known until this week.
In January of last year, Marshall tested positive for cocaine, marijuana and alcohol, according to the records provided by the Tarrant County, Texas, District Attorney's office through a Freedom of Information request.
Ole Miss declined to make Henderson available Wednesday.
Henderson could be a late first round or second round pick."
I wouldn't even draft him, let alone take him in the late 1st.
agree, not worth spending a draft pick on a convict. Unless im the heat or someone with talent to blow, maybe take him under Wades wing and see what he can make of him. Other than that naaah... not worth it.
He seems risky, every game he does something that could start a fight or get him ejected. The other night against Kentucky he had many moments where he could have received a tech. A fight could have ensued when he ripped the ball out of Ryan Harrow's hands well after the whistle. GMs won't take a risk on a player with a Reeves Nelson demeanor, they don't need that headache.