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Topic - Markel Starks
Markel Starks thought he would hear his name called on draft night. He didn't and so be it. Currently playing in the Las Vegas summer league, the former Georgetown star's dream of playing in the NBA isn't dying down, not even a little.
Otto Porter and Shabazz Muhammad have lots to prove entering season two of their NBA careers. The small forwards meet Sunday with former Hoya Markel Starks now going against his former teammate.
Otto Porter and Shabazz Muhammad have lots to prove entering season two of their NBA careers. The small forwards meet Sunday as the Wizards face the Timberwolves with former Hoya Markel Starks now going against his former teammate.
Basketball, fiscal responsibility and social skills are all what former Hoya Markel Starks is helping teach through a special program to engage youths.
The NBA draft is a couple weeks away and the Wizards brought in top prospect Markel Starks to practice with the team.
Georgetown senior guard Markel Starks headlines a group of local draft prospects headed to the Portsmouth Invitiational Tournament.
Swingman Aaron Bowen will return for a fifth season with the Georgetown Hoyas, CSNwashington has learned.
Markel Starks scored 27 points in his final college game as Georgetown's season came to an end with a high-scoring loss at Florida State.
Georgetown's season continues at Florida State in the second round of the NIT on Monday.
On a day in which Duke fell to Mercer, the Hoyas talked about lessons learned and dealing with "Cinderella" one year after their own setback to a certain Atlantic Sun school.
In what could have been his final game at Georgetown, Markel Starks played to the deafining crowd in Georgetown's NIT win over West Virginia.
If nothing else, Georgetown's first-round NIT victory over West Virginia shows yet again that it's just too bad the Hoyas don't have a Goldilocks-size arena.
The Hoyas look to make the best of the non-NCAA Tournament scenario when they host former Big East foe West Virginia in the opening round of the NIT.
Markel Starks added 14 points, and Jabril Trawick scored 12 for the Hoyas (18-14), who pulled away in the second half in the cramped confines of Georgetown's 2,500-seat practice gym.
Dreams of a deep Big East tournament run were dashed with Georgetown's first loss to DePaul since January 1994.
Starks clarified the idea of receiving little help during his journey.
"That's the biggest thing out here: You have to play with confidence, you have to believe in your ability," Starks said. "If you don't believe in your ability, then you're just a guy with a jersey on."