Marcus Smart is an American professional basketball player for the Boston Celtics of the National Basketball Association (NBA).

During his first year at Oklahoma State, Smart drove the Cowboys to a 24-8 record and completed third spot in the Big 12 behind Kansas and Kansas State.

Smart found the middle value of 15.4 places, 5.8 bounce back, and 4.2 helps per game and drove the Big 12 intakes, where he recorded 99 and arrived at the midpoint of 3.0 per game.

Shrewd and the Cowboys acquired an excursion to the NCAA Tournament that year, securing a #5 seed in the Midwest Region.

During the first round of the competition, however, the Cowboys were dispensed with by the #12 seed Oregon.

Marcus Smart held a question and answer session in the understudy association at OSU and reported that he wouldn’t pronounce for the NBA draft and on second thought, return to OSU for his sophomore season. His 99 takes to set a first-year recruit standard in the Big 12.

Smart tied an OSU single-game scoring record with 39 focuses driving his #7 Oklahoma State Cowboys past #11 Memphis.

During a game at Texas Tech, Smart pushed a fan in the stands after a verbal quarrel in the end minutes of the game and got a specialized foul.

Who is Marcus Smart Brother? Meet Todd Westbrook, Jeff Westbrook, and Michael Smart

Marcus Smart has three older brothers: Todd Westbrook (deceased), Jeff Westbrook, and Michael Smart. Their Individual lives have always been away from the public eye.


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