Marvin Clark Jr. of Kansas City said he was homeless for a time before he wound up at Blue Springs High and later Sunrise Christian Academy near Wichita. He’s now at the Final Four as a freshman forward for Michigan State, which plays Duke on Saturday in the national semifinals.
Marvin Clark Jr. of Kansas City said he was homeless for a time before he wound up at Blue Springs High and later Sunrise Christian Academy near Wichita. He’s now at the Final Four as a freshman forward for Michigan State, which plays Duke on Saturday in the national semifinals. Michael Conroy The Associated Press
Marvin Clark Jr. of Kansas City said he was homeless for a time before he wound up at Blue Springs High and later Sunrise Christian Academy near Wichita. He’s now at the Final Four as a freshman forward for Michigan State, which plays Duke on Saturday in the national semifinals. Michael Conroy The Associated Press

From homeless to the Final Four for Kansas City’s Marvin Clark Jr.

April 03, 2015 02:51 PM

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