In case you missed it, here are the results from Thursday’s Final Four 3-point Contest in Dallas.
It was an exciting moment for Rebel fans to see Marshall Henderson in his colligate gear one last time. The Ole Miss senior, completed his two year run at Ole Miss in early March. He ended his career setting an SEC record of 66 consecutive games with at least one 3-pointer.
So, how exciting would it be to see the SEC “King of Threes” square up with other national top players in a 3-point contest?
The Final Four 3-Point Contest took place last night in Dallas at Moody Coliseum. In the first round, Henderson took on Andrea Dawkins of Duke. He completed 20 points, shooting 25 shots from behind the arch. Henderson would finish second behind Travis Bader, who scored 23 points. Henderson would be eliminated in the semi-finals, after scoring only 12 points in the round. Bader would lose to Baylor’s Brady Heslip in the final.
Even though Henderson did not win the contest, it was still a fun time for the Rebel star. Selfie after selfie were posted on ther web displaying all of the fun…
— Brady T Heslip (@bradyheslip) April 3, 2014
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