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Position
G
 
Jersey
5
Name  Kendall Marshall
Born  8/19/1991
Height  6-4
Weight  195
College  North Carolina
Home Town  Arlingrton, VA
High School  Bishop OConnell
OctoberMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
10/31 Philadelphia4000000000010
Total4000000000010
NovemberMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
11/1 @Washington5311000010021
11/7 @Detroit21311001141001
11/14 @Orlando2000000000010
11/21 @Toronto24521001143011
11/26 @Minnesota1000000000000
11/28 @Detroit24932101182003
11/29 Houston19000000041030
Total9620751033217076
DecemberMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
12/3 Dallas15630001131013
12/5 Miami242074203340043
12/7 @Dallas13000001110021
12/9 @Oklahoma City15311011230010
12/13 LA Clippers17521000061012
12/15 @Phoenix9210000010021
12/17 @Portland17521003310012
12/18 @Sacramento18832000061011
12/20 @LA Clippers181041101130030
12/23 Charlotte13310104412000
12/26 @Atlanta25420000052012
12/27 Atlanta14311001100020
12/29 @Charlotte18210000062022
12/31 @Cleveland15210001140010
Total23173291141161744902217
JanuaryMINPTSFG3PTFTOFFDEFTOTASTSTLBLKTOPF
1/2 Indiana12210011240010
1/4 @New York201560302231011
1/6 Phoenix13000003341002
1/9 Minnesota19622000092010
1/10 @Chicago6210000010020
1/15 New York3000001101000
Total73251023178215053
Season Total4041184618822628862103526
 
Notes:
2012: Selected by Phoenix in first round (13th overall) in the NBA Draft...2013: Traded to Washington in a five-player deal, Oct. 25th...2013: Signed with LA Lakers to a two-year deal worth $1.5 million...2014: Waived by LA Lakers, July 18th; Claimed off waiver by Milwaukee, July 20th.

2012 Bob Cousy Award winner as nation`s best point guard while also being named a Third-Team All-American and a Second-Team All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection...2011 Third-Team All-ACC and All-ACC Freshman Team selection...Third Tar Heel to win the Cousy Award, joining the ranks of Ty Lawson (2009) and Raymond Felton (2005)...Led nation in assists-to-turnover ratio (3.5) in 2012 while also ranking second in the nation in assists per game (9.8)...Guided a North Carolina team that ranked third in the nation in scoring in 2012 (81.3 pg) and earned a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament...Phenomenal passing ability is his main strength...Excellent court vision and ability to find the best scoring opportunity for teammates...Pass-first point guard who attempted only 5.6 field goals per game in two-year career...Sometimes makes mistakes by taking too many risks while passing, looking for the big play...Doesn`t have the speed or first-step to get into the lane effectively and lacks the elevation to finish effectively...Lack of quickness makes defense a concern as well.

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Scoreboard
Local
Final
CAR 2
STL 3
Final
PHI 103
MIN 94
Final
BOS 87
HOU 93
Final
ATL 105
POR 99
Final
CLE 101
SAC 90
Final
BRK 122
TOR 127
Final
MIA 72
DAL 93
Final
NOP 108
LAC 103
4th
UTA 90
GSW 77
 
1st
PHO 12
CHI 15
 
Final
PRIN 72
HARV 75
 
Final
CORN 57
BRO 49
 
Final
PENN 58
DART 51
 
Final
NIAG 61
MAR 65
 
Final
CAN 63
QUIN 57
 
Final
MAN 87
SIENA 79
 
Final
WILL 63
IUPUI 59
 
Final
FAIR 59
MON 60
 
Final
ARST 67
OREG 68
Final
CLMB 59
YALE 63
 
Half
BUF 45
KSU 25
 
1st
ARZ 24
ORST 13
 
Final
NJD 1
PIT 2
Final
CAR 2
STL 3
2nd Intermission
COL 1
NAS 0
 
1st Intermission
ANA 0
CHI 1