Don's Extra Point: Local basketball player leads nation in scoring
SAN ANTONIO —
It's not the size of the dog in the fight, it's the size of the fight in the dog.
You might remember Marcus Keene.
Keene was just 5'8" when he played at Warren High School and now, in college, he remains that same height.
In 2012 he and Taurean Prince led Warren to the State Final Four.
Prince, who played at Baylor, was the 12th pick in the NBA draft by the Hawks.
During his time at Warren, Keene gave the city walk off game winners more than once.
In high school, he led the city in scoring. Now he's the leading scorer in the country.
As a senior at Central Michigan, Keene is doing the unbelievable.
He's averaging 31 points per game.
He's been on Sports Center time after time, including his recent career high 44 to beat Montana State.
Still 5'8" and still shooting from the parking lot.
Nothing but net and San Antonio's own.