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Topic - Kendall Marshall
This is a simple statistical look at two players Wizards fans have monitored this season. One who plays for the team, Trevor Ariza, and one who never did, Kendall Marshall.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Clippers' 13-point loss to the Lakers on opening night in October? Blake Griffin remembers it well, especially the 14 3-pointers and the 76 points the Lakers' bench hung on his team.
Kendall Marshall turned in a rock star performance in his first start for the Lakers. Wizards nation noticed.
The Wizards acquired Kendall Marshall in a trade for Marcin Gortat in October, but they quickly released him and now he has been picked up by the Lakers.
Acquired by the Wizards in the Marcin Gortat deal but released before the season opener, Northern Virginia's Kendall Marshall joins the injury-riddled Lakers.
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 acquired center Marcin Gortat from the Phoenix Suns in a multiplayer trade Friday.
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.
North Carolina's underclassmen decided they wouldn't put off their goal of playing in the NBA any longer.
Harrison Barnes, John Henson and Kendall Marshall have decided now is the time for the NBA.
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.
North Carolina will be without point guard Kendall Marshall for the Midwest Regional final against Kansas.
Awful all night, Harrison Barnes came through when North Carolina needed him most.
North Carolina will have to do without dazzling point guard Kendall Marshall for Friday night's Midwest Regional semifinal against Ohio.
North Carolina is reliving a 28-year-old nightmare.
Marshall, who took over as starter after an ugly 20-point loss at Georgia Tech, said he learned of the news on Facebook.
Marshall said it was important to make Thomas "uncomfortable" and "put him positions that he doesn't want to be in."