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Topic - Marcus Smart
When Marcus Smart explained his decision to bypass the NBA draft last spring, his primary talking point was about making amends for Oklahoma State's early exit from last season's NCAA tournament.
The Oklahoma State guard was on every ballot from the 65-member national media panel Monday, a no-brainer since he was expected to be among the first players chosen if he had declared for the NBA draft. The last unanimous preseason All-America was Ohio State's Jared Sullinger in 2011-12.
A lot of people were shocked when Marcus Smart announced he would return to Oklahoma State for his sophomore season. Nobody should be surprised the Cowboys point guard was a unanimous selection to The Associated Press' preseason All-America team.
Marcus Smart has a simple message for Andrew Wiggins: Prove it.
Three more wins this weekend in Prague would give the Duke guard and his U.S. teammates that distinction -- a rare feat, as it would be just the third gold medal in the past 27 years for this age group.
Tubby Smith has joined what was already an impressive roster of men's basketball coaches in the Big 12.
Marcus Smart has made quite an impression in his first _ and maybe only _ Big 12 season.
STILLWATER, OKLA. (AP) - When Marcus Smart explained his decision to bypass the NBA draft last spring, his primary talking point was about making amends for Oklahoma State's early exit from last season's NCAA tournament.
A lot of people were shocked when Marcus Smart announced he would return to Oklahoma State for his sophomore season.