MANHATTAN, Kan. - Former Kansas State Wildcat Cartier Martin is back in the NBA having been called up by the Washington Wizards out of the NBA Developmental League. While playing for the Des Moines franchise, Martin was a mid-year D-League All-Star.
March 31, 2010

Walker and Martin in D-League Festivities

MANHATTAN, Kan. - Two former Kansas State hoops standouts – Bill Walker and Cartier Martin -- are making the most of their situations and will be part of the NBA's Developmental League's All-Star festivities beginning tonight in Dallas, where the regular NBA All-Star game is scheduled for Sunday night.
February 19, 2010

Portsmouth Sports Club wins Third Place

The Portsmouth Sports Club defeated the Norfolk Sports Club 89-88 in overtime to win the P.I.T. consolation championship. Kansas State's Cartier Martin scored 16 points after the half, including all five of his team's points in OT. Martin hit a three-pointer to put his team up 89-85. Alan Wiggins countered with a three to cut the lead to one, but Adam Haluska's three attempt at the buzzer was off.
April 8, 2007

Portsmouth Sports Club Rallies for 74-70 Win

The Portsmouth Sports Club overcame an early 17-5 defecit to rally for a 74-70 win over Beach Barton Ford. Both teams struggled with their shooting in the first half. Portsmouth Sports Club made just ten of 44 shots (22.2%), while Beach Barton Ford was 13 of 38 (34.2%)
April 4, 2007

Cats Advance in NIT with Win over Vermont

Wildcats use furious comeback to send the Catamounts back to Vermont with a season-ending loss.
March 15, 2007

Cats Unable to edge the Hawks

OKLAHOMA CITY - If one thing is apparent at this point in the season, it's that the Kansas State men's basketball team cannot beat the Kansas Jayhawks.
March 11, 2007

Cats over Sooners on Senior Day

Cartier Martin saved his best for last. The senior for the Kansas State men's basketball team had the best game of his career in a 72-61 victory over Oklahoma on Senior Day in Bramlage Coliseum.
March 5, 2007

Loss to Cowboys puts Cats on the Bubble

STILLWATER, Okla. — Defense has been the main reason the Kansas State men's basketball team has played well enough to be on the cusp of making the NCAA Tournament.
February 28, 2007