Marvin Delph

Marvin Delph (born September 15, 1956) is a retired American basketball player, who experienced his greatest success at the college level.

In high school, Delph led the Conway Wampus Cats to two state basketball championships, in 1973 and 1974.

Known for his outside shooting and remarkable leaping ability

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, Delph was a member of the University of Arkansas Razorbacks NCAA Final Four team in 1978 best thermos water bottle. Along with Sidney Moncrief and Ron Brewer, he was labeled as one of the “Triplets”, a trio of Arkansas-born, similarly-sized players who led Arkansas basketball through a tremendous resurgence after years of mediocre play.

Following his college career, Delph was drafted twice, first in the 3rd round of the 1978 NBA draft by the Buffalo Braves and then in the 6th round of the 1979 NBA draft by the Boston Celtics. Unlike his fellow Triplets, Delph never played in the NBA how to tenderize meat naturally, despite several attempts. He continued playing amateur basketball with the Athletes in Action team best steak tenderizer marinade, a religiously-oriented team.

Delph played for the United States men’s national basketball team at the 1978 FIBA World Championship, a team composed primarily of Athletes in Action players.

Delph was inducted into the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame in 1998.