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Topic - Marcus Smart
Marcus Smart insists he has no regrets.
Oklahoma State guard Marcus Smart has declared for the NBA draft.
Marcus Smart wasn't quite ready to state the obvious, that he had played his final game for Oklahoma State and will declare early for the NBA draft.
This is a big reason why Marcus Smart passed up the NBA draft and returned for his sophomore season at Oklahoma State.
Marcus Smart is quite the villain in some circles of the college basketball world.
Every time Marcus Smart missed a shot, the crowd inside the Sprint Center roared.
Marcus Smart left one last impression on Texas Tech, and in doing so made sure that Oklahoma State would get its high-profile showdown with Kansas in the Big 12 tournament.
Melvin Ejim accomplished much more than just one record-setting game this season. The Iowa State senior forward has a unique top-10 standing in the Big 12.
Iowa State students teased Oklahoma State's Marcus Smart on Saturday by doing a "mass flop" in the stands at Hilton Coliseum when the Cowboys' star was introduced by the public address announcer before the game.
The incident was shocking, even given all the ugly behavior at college basketball arenas this season: a fan brazenly storming onto the court to confront Hawaii coach Gib Arnold during a game.
Marcus Smart and Phil Forte gave the home fans a memorable final look at a special connection.
Phil Forte matched a season high with 23 points to help Oklahoma State defeat Kansas State 77-61 on Monday night.
Marcus Smart had no intention of avoiding Joel Embiid, Kansas' 7-foot shot blocker.
Kansas clinched the Big 12 regular-season title Saturday. There was no celebration.