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Name  Kendall Marshall
Born  8/19/1991
Height  6-4
Weight  195
College  North Carolina
Home Town  Arlingrton, VA
High School  Bishop OConnell
10/31 Philadelphia4000000000010
11/1 @Washington5311000010021
11/7 @Detroit21311001141001
11/14 @Orlando2000000000010
11/21 @Toronto24521001143011
11/26 @Minnesota1000000000000
11/28 @Detroit24932101182003
11/29 Houston19000000041030
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
1/2 Indiana12210011240010
1/4 @New York201560302231011
1/6 Phoenix13000003341002
1/9 Minnesota19622000092010
1/10 @Chicago6210000010020
1/15 New York3000001101000
Season Total4041184618822628862103526
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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