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Topic - Kendall Marshall
The 6-foot-11, 240-pound Gortat averaged 11.1 points and 8.5 rebounds last season. He is entering his eighth NBA season, and has averaged 8.6 points and 6.9 rebounds while playing for Orlando, Toronto and Phoenix.
Adding a front-court piece in hopes of finally returning to the playoffs, the Washington Wizards agreed to acquire center Marcin Gortat from the Phoenix Suns in a multiplayer trade Friday, according to a person with knowledge of the deal.
Adding a front-court piece in hopes of finally returning to the playoffs, the Washington Wizards acquired center Marcin Gortat from the Phoenix Suns in a multiplayer trade Friday.
Anthony Davis hugged his college teammate, hugged his coach, and climbed on stage as the No. 1 pick.
Best in the country and No. 1 and 2 in the NBA draft. The celebration goes on for Kentucky's kids.
Kentucky and North Carolina appear headed for an NBA-first during Thursday night's draft.
Charlie Weis was quick to tweet his support of the Jayhawks when they punched their ticket to the national championship game. It was no surprise. The recently hired football coach has been a public supporter of the program from the moment he arrived on campus.
Harrison Barnes, John Henson and Kendall Marshall have decided now is the time for the NBA.
North Carolina's underclassmen decided they wouldn't put off their goal of playing in the NBA any longer.
North Carolina will be without point guard Kendall Marshall for the Midwest Regional final against Kansas.
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Kendall Marshall figures he would have been ready for the Final Four. Now that North Carolina's season is over, though, the injured point guard won't get the chance to find out.
It's been nine years since Roy Williams left Kansas, and he knows the Jayhawks and their fans have gotten over him.
North Carolina will have to do without dazzling point guard Kendall Marshall for Friday night's Midwest Regional semifinal against Ohio.
Awful all night, Harrison Barnes came through when North Carolina needed him most.
"It's been the greatest two years of my life," Marshall said in a statement. "I have always put the team before myself, and I am extremely proud of what we've accomplished."
"It's been the greatest two years of my life," Marshall said in a statement. "I have always put the team before myself and I am extremely proud of what we've accomplished. My lifelong dream has been to play basketball at the highest level possible and I feel now is my greatest opportunity to fulfill this goal."