Marcus Liberty is a legend in Chicago. He was that one in a million. Marcus could have peaked out before he hit the age of 30 after injuries cut short a promising NBA career. Instead, Marcus has taken his God given ability to motivate and instruct youth and set up what has become a respected Basketball Academy. Marcus will ...
Marcus was a multi-dimensional versatile star on the collegiate level. He was vital to the success of one of my favorite teams, The Flying Illini of 1989. Marcus has great knowledge of the game and is a great asset in helping your child develop his/her skills and also learn about the game of life.
- Dick Vitale: ESPN College ...
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BY NEIL HAYES
Marcus Liberty is not bitter. He wants to make that clear. The former King and Illinois star is living in Sarasota, Florida, near best friend and former Illini teammate Nick Anderson, and the temperature was a balmy 65 degrees earlier this week when folks in Chicago were still digging ...
By DAVID HACKETT
Posted Jul 28, 2013 at 12:09 AM
Former NBA star Marcus Liberty mentors YMCA campers in Sarasota.
The bearded man in a tucked-out shirt, jeans and white sneakers gripped a basketball in one hand and walked to center court.
Sitting in a semi-circle before him at the Bari Brooks gym were 20 ...
~ By Doug Fernandes
Just to be sure, I checked a tournament bracket still in play. (Not mine, the sheet of cerebrally flatline picks decomposing rapidly at the Sarasota County Landfill).
Yep, as I thought, the glasses don't need upgrading after all. Not one, not two, but three Florida schools do, in fact, comprise ...
USA TODAY- McLean, Va.
Author: John Pitts
Date: Apr 16, 1987
Start Page: 01.C
It's not surprising that Chicago schoolboy Marcus Liberty idolizes Magic Johnson.
Liberty, USA TODAY's All-USA high school boys basketball player of the year, fits the mold cast by the Los Angeles Lakers superstar: a do-it-all ...
USA TODAY (pre-1997 Fulltext) - McLean, Va.
Date: Apr 16, 1987
Start Page: 07.C
DENNIS SCOTT, Flint Hill, Oakton, Va., 6-7, Sr., G: Set school career record with 1,737 points. Led Falcons to 91-6 record over four seasons, including 41-0 in tournaments. Earned Most Valuable Player honors in 13 tournaments. ...