Where has Marshall Henderson been since leaving Ole Miss?

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During his time at Ole Miss from 2012 to 2014, Marshall Henderson was one of the more polarizing figures in college basketball. His off-court run-ins and on-court flare made him either the most loved or most hated player on the court, depending on which side you happened to be rooting for.

His 19 point-per-game scoring average over his pair of seasons at Mississippi called for an ample amount of celebrating, and he rarely turned down an occasion to get rowdy.

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He wasn't without drama off the floor, which certainly added to the fascination with Henderson. In 2013, he was caught with marijuana and cocaine and subsequently suspended by the program.

On the court, though, his shoot-first, shoot-second and shoot-third mentality made watching him an experience like no other, and his 12.6 three-point attempts per game during his final season were nothing short of Grade A entertainment. But unfortunately for the guard, now 25, his basketball days may already be behind him.

The 6'2" gunner went unselected in the 2014 NBA Draft, and spent time playing professionally in Italy and Iraq for a few months last basketball season.

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The Sacramento Kings invited him to training camp prior to this season, and after failing to make the team (he appeared in a single preseason game), he acceptable an offer to play for the Reno Bighorns of the NBA D-League -- before getting waived waived on Nov. 27 after playing in four games.

Though it doesn't look like Henderson has played much organized basketball since November, he is still active on Twitter, at @NativeFlash22, where he complains about dabbing and live tweets the occasional Ole Miss game -- among other things.

He also comes up with some top-notch political ideas.

Well, there you have it. It doesn't seem like Marshall Henderson is playing much basketball these days -- that may have to wait until next season -- but he's still around plenty on Twitter.

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