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Topic - Dennis Marshall
Testing the NBA waters seemingly has become a thing of the past for college players. These days, they're likely either in or out.
Harrison Barnes, John Henson and Kendall Marshall have decided now is the time for the NBA.
North Carolina point guard Kendall Marshall is out of his cast following surgery on his broken right wrist.
The father of North Carolina point guard Kendall Marshall says his son is "doing much better" and experiencing less pain a day after surgery on his broken right wrist.
The father of North Carolina point guard Kendall Marshall said Monday his son is recovering from surgery on his broken right wrist and it's unclear if he'll return for the NCAA regional games in St. Louis.
"If you want to go to the NBA, I think you have to know that and have to be confident in that," Dennis Marshall said.
His father, Dennis Marshall, said his son knew he had to be "100 percent sure" of his choice.