He's no Markel Brown. 360 dunks are all the rage in the NBA right now. Victor Oladipo put on a spinning dunking show in the dunk contest. Markel Brown threw down an in-game 360 dunk recently. DeMar DeRozan tried to join them with a 360 dunk of his own. He failed. Good job, good effort.
Remember Markel Brown, the high-flying guard who used to showcase spectacular dunks at Oklahoma State? Don't worry, he's still doing the same things in the NBA. Playing against the New Orleans Pelicans on Wednesday night, the Brooklyn Nets rookie had a wide-open lane to the basket on a fast break. Show More Summary
Here’s the New York Post reporting on a guy at the end of the Nets bench getting to stand up, leave the bench and play some basketball: Everyone on the Nets has gotten an extended shot at playing time at some point this season. Everyone, that is, except for Markel Brown. The rookie guard, taken by the Nets with the [...]
Los Angeles Fremont Coach Sam Sullivan, in his 38th season, won his 700th coaching victory on Friday when Fremont defeated Hawkins, 76-34, in a Coliseum League game. Markell Brown had 23 points.
The Brooklyn Nets have assigned Markel Brown and Cory Jefferson to the Maine Red Claws of the NBA Development League, pursuant to the flexible assignment rule, General Manager Billy King announced today. The flexible assignment rule was used because the Fort Wayne Mad Ants, the Nets’ D-League affiliate, had four players on assignment at the [...]
Second round pick Markel Brown fractured his right hand during a workout Monday — the Brooklyn Nets announced that Brown will be out for the next 4-6 weeks. From the […] The post Brooklyn Nets Rookie Markel Brown Out 4-6 Weeks appeared first on SLAMonline.
Brooklyn Nets rookie Markel Brown has a broken bone in his right hand that will keep him from basketball activities for four to six weeks.
Brooklyn Nets guard Markel Brown has been diagnosed with a non-displaced fracture of the fourth metacarpal in his right hand, General Manager Billy King announced today. Brown, who was injured while working out in Las Vegas earlier today, had his hand placed in a cast and will be held out of basketball activities for [...]
The Brooklyn Nets have signed guard Markel Brown and forward Cory Jefferson to multi-year contracts, General Manager Billy King announced today. Brown, the 44th overall pick in the 2014 NBA Draft, was acquired from the Minnesota Timberwolves on draft night in exchange for cash considerations. He recently completed his senior season at Oklahoma State, averaging 17.2 [...]
Watching Shaun Livingston slip away this offseason was a real kick in the teeth for the Brooklyn Nets. Seeing former coach Jason Kidd slither his way to the Milwaukee Bucks after a power-crazed list of demands got shot down? That wasn't...Show More Summary
For a player who prides himself on his athleticism, Markel Brown couldn't get moving after being drafted.
The Brooklyn Nets have acquired the draft rights to guard Markel Brown (#44 pick) from the Minnesota Timberwolves, guard Xavier Thames (#59 pick) from the Toronto Raptors and forward Cory Jefferson (#60 pick) from the Philadelphia 76ers in separate draft night trades, each in exchange for cash considerations, General Manager Billy King announced. Brown (6’3”, 184) [...]
Coming into Thursday night, the Brooklyn Nets were without a pick in the 2014 NBA draft. That changed after the Nets worked a trade with the Minnesota Timberwolves to acquire the 44th overall pick, which they used to draft Markel Brown,...Show More Summary
The Oklahoma State shooting guard could take the place of Shaun Livingston should he leave via free agency. The Brooklyn Nets have selected Markel Brown from Oklahoma State after making a trade with the Minnesota Timberwolves, sending $2 million in cash for the pick. More to come.
The foundation of Oklahoma State's program for the last four years, Markel Brown is a prospect you need to know. The post Mr. Consistent appeared first on SLAMonline.
School: Oklahoma State Height/Weight: 6'3", 184 lbs Age: 22 years old Projected NBA Position: Shooting Guard Pro Comparison: Allan Ray Meets Shannon Brown Twitter Handle: @iMarkelBrown22 Explosiveness was the name of the game for Markel...Show More Summary
The Cowboys lost seven players from last year's squad, but Travis Ford has retooled his roster with talented freshmen and JUCO prospects. Last season wasn't merely a disappointment for Oklahoma State because it failed to capitalize on sky-high preseason expectations. Show More Summary
Since Mike Gundy became head coach of the Oklahoma State Cowboys, the boys from Stillwater have consistently churned out quality defensive backs. Perrish Cox, Andre Sexton, Markelle Martin and Broderick Brown are just a few of the names...Show More Summary
Oklahoma State's Markel Brown is no stranger to awesome in-game dunks, and the senior added to his collection in the Big 12 tournament on Wednesday. The Cowboys had a comfortable lead against Texas Tech in the first half, so Brown threw down another impressive slam. The guard continues to be a human highlight reel. [ESPN] Read more College Basketball news on BleacherReport.com