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Final: Ole Miss 69, Southern University 38

Not an inspiring offensive performance, but while Andy Kennedy continues to work with a wide variety of player combinations it seems that all of his players are defending. Southern shot 27 percent in the first half and didn’t have a

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Summers, Rebels go for second straight win tonight against Southern

I’ve gotten so used to seeing consistency from Jarvis Summers, as most people have, that I was shocked to see his sub-par game in the Rebels’ season-opening 66-65 loss to Charleston Southern. Even with Summers at less than his best

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About Last Night

A few thoughts on the basketball exhibition. It was impressive to see 48 points by newcomers. Things looked a bit awkward early as Andy Kennedy was running so many guys in and out. The level of athleticism had something to

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Reclaiming the run game

The Ole Miss defense has been abused in the run game the last two weeks. Now, it’s been abused by some very good offenses, but very good power run games are all the Rebels will face in their remaining SEC

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Abernethy, Ole Miss basketball eager to start season

Good stuff here in this video interview with former Ole Miss point guard Todd Abernethy now an assistant on Andy Kennedy’s staff.

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Taking his time

Ole Miss basketball coach Andy Kennedy is more interested in watching his players this summer — as much as the NCAA allows — than filling out his coaching staff. Kennedy will have two new coaches this season. Back in May

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Roster Shuffling

Derrick Millinghaus was granted his release from the Ole Miss basketball program on Wednesday. He won’t be the only departure. Exactly what the comings and goings will look like won’t be known until we see how many Andy Kennedy signs

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Henderson’s holding pattern

Vacation II is complete. I can’t remember more Ole Miss news breaking while I was on vacation than has happened this July. And it’s not finished. There’s been the Park Stevens tragedy, the Carlos Davis eligibility issue and Marshall Henderson.

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Henderson, the NCAA and middle ground

From the Mother Ship, the talk of Marshall Henderson and leadership may be like trying to fit a square peg in a round hole, and that night not be what’s best for Ole Miss basketball. The best thing may be

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Spain wins again

Spain improved to 4-0 in the FIBA U-19 World Championships last night defeating Iran 68-59. Sebastian Saiz had eight points and five rebounds in 20 minutes. Box Score

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Saiz in U-19 Worlds

Good read here on Ole Miss signee Sebastian Saiz, who is averaging 8.3 points and 10 rebounds for Spain’s U-19 team in the FIBA World Championships in the Czech Republic. Spain is currently 3-0 and takes on Iran tonight. Saiz

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The leadership question for basketball

The obvious holes to fill for Ole Miss basketball next season are in the frontcourt where Murphy Holloway and Reggie Buckner have moved on. The guards are experienced: Marshall Henderson, Jarvis Summers, LaDarius White. Another big question facing Ole Miss

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Jones, Cox on comeback trail

From the Mother Ship, our update this morning on injured basketball players Aaron Jones and Demarco Cox. Rehab is going well for both of them. Both are excited to get back and work with teammates, but you can tell both

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