Central Michigan’s Marcus Keene, nation’s leading scorer, declares for NBA Draft

Marcus Keene is leaving Central Michigan for the NBA.

The Chippewas guard led the nation in scoring at 30 points per game and set a new Mid-American Conference scoring record with 959 points this season.

George wasn’t just frustrated with the loss, though. He voiced his thoughts on how his teammates handled the game, and didn’t exactly hand out compliments.

“There’s no urgency, no sense of urgency, no winning pride. This locker room is just not pissed off enough,” George said. “We should have a professional approach, man, and defend our home court, especially to a team that’s not even in the playoffs. That’s what it comes down to. As a team, we’ve got to have a grit, and we’ve got to own up, man up.”

The All-Star also added, “To be honest, man, I don’t think I got the ball enough down the stretch. I don’t think I got the ball enough.”

Indiana will look to bounce back from this loss in a quick turnaround as the Buy Cheap Jerseys Online team travels to Memphis on Wednesday to play the Grizzlies. The Pacers are fighting for a Authentic Cheap Jerseys From China playoff spot as they currently sit in the seventh position in the Eastern Conference.

As for George, these comments can’t comfort Pacers fans who already know the talented player could leave in 2018 for Los Angeles. The Lakers were George’s favorite team growing up, and many reports say there’s a good chance he plays for them once he becomes a free agent.

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