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Mississippi guard Marshall Henderson (22) awaits a foul call in the second half of their NCAA college basketball game against Georgia in Oxford, Miss., Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013. Mississippi won 84-74. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)
It's no secret that most athletes don't enjoy media interviews.

They often do so because they are required to, or because they don't want their image to take a hit. Whatever the case may be, it's hard to blame them, after all who wants several microphones and recorders shoved in their face after a physically-draining contest?

Sometimes, though, it's refreshing to hear an athlete tell reporters what he's really thinking.

Case in point, Mississippi basketball's Marshall Henderson.

Henderson's 25 points led Ole Miss to a 84-74 overtime win against Georgia over the weekend. And being that it was a Saturday and he is a college student, Henderson wasted little time letting the media know he had bigger plans than sitting around shooting the breeze about a 10-point victory.

"If it's all the same," Henderson told reporters. "It's Saturday night. I'm out."

I guess when you're the SEC's leading scorer (19.5), you can get away with a 10-word post-game interview.

Regardless, you have to admire the guy's honesty.

Arizona Sports,

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