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Milwaukee Bucks: Making changes for better future

The Milwaukee Bucks begin their season Wednesday night when they play the Charlotte Hornets. After the disaster last season, the Bucks finally have excitement surrounding them. With this year’s slogan being “Own The Future,” the Bucks know this season is the first step to a much brighter future. I have been a basketball fan my whole life. Growing up in Wisconsin, the team to...
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Sources: Bucks guarantee contract of point guard Kendall Marshall

Despite holding the flexibility to wait until January for a decision, the Milwaukee Bucks have guaranteed the contract of point guard Kendall Marshall for the 2014-15 season, league sources told Yahoo Sports. Marshall had a non-guaranteed contract, but is assured now to make his full $915,000 for the season. Marshall made a strong impression in training camp and earned the Bucks’...
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Bucks Guarantee Contract Of Kendall Marshall For 14-15 Season

The Milwaukee Bucks have guaranteed the contract of Kendall Marshall for the 14-15 season. The Bucks could have waited until January to make a decision on Marshall, but he made a strong impression in training camp and earned the backup point guard job. The Bucks acquired Marshall on a waiver claim in July after being released by the Los Angeles Lakers.
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Marshall took strange journey to Bucks, but excited about opportunity

ST. FRANCIS, Wis. -- Either Kendall Marshall was going to get over his fear of failure or the former lottery pick was going to have to accept a short-lived NBA career. But when you have sunk to the bottom, what's the point in worrying about failing? Once basketball was taken away from him, Marshall finally realized he had nothing to lose. All he needed was a team willing to give...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Kendall Marshall thanks Chipotle for time in Los Angeles

On Friday, Kendall Marshall was waived by the Los Angeles Lakers as part of a continued effort to free up as much salary cap space as possible for the upcoming season. Marshall was picked off waivers by the Bucks shortly thereafter.On Sunday, Marshall took to Twitter to thank everyone in the Lakers organization for giving him a chance, which was definitely a classy gesture to do...
Via Bush League Chronicle
July 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Lakers Rumors: Team waive Kendall Marshall to clear salary cap space

Despite playing well last season, the Los Angeles Lakers have waived 22-year-old point guard Kendall Marshall, according to Adrian Wojnarowski from Yahoo Sports. The Lakers were forced to waive Marshall and his non-guaranteed deal in order to clear up salary cap space. Such a move will now make it easier for the purple and gold to make room to re-sign Nick Young and Jordan Hill after...
Via Lakerholicz.com
July 18, 2014  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Kendall Marshall’s crossover and no-look pass sets up Trevor Mbakwe for the slam

One thing Kendall Marshall did extremely well last season was pass the ball – in fact, he was tied with John Wall and Ty Lawson for second in the league in assists per game at 8.8 and did so in just 29 minutes per game, about six minutes less than Wall and Lawson – therefore, it should not be a surprise when the 22-year-old shows off nice little dishes like this. During Monday...
Via Lakerholicz.com
July 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Kendall Marshall Apparently Tried Sitting in On Lakers’ Meeting With Carmelo, But The Doors Were Locked

tried to sit in on the meeting, give my input.. door was locked. — Kendall Marshall (@KButter5) July 3, 2014 Lakers point guard Kendall Marshall is notoriously known for his comicality, and he just reinforced that on Thursday. The former UNC Tar Heel tweeted out that he tried sitting in on Los Angeles’ meeting with […] The post Kendall Marshall Apparently Tried Sitting in On...
Via Diehardsport
July 03, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Even Lakers fans don't recognize Kendall Marshall

Kendall Marshall was on his way to being a major NBA bust after being drafted in the first round by the Phoenix Suns. After being released and bouncing around, Marshall signed with the Los Angeles Lakers during the 2013-14 and finally looked like the player we all remembered when he was drafted out of UNC. Unlike the years in Chapel Hill where Marshall was a star, he’s now an afterthought...
Via Thacover2
May 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Pau Gasol took photo with 11-year-old Kendall Marshall in 2003

It’s crazy how life can have these kind of coincidences. Back in 2003, an 11-year-old Kendall Marshall met Pau Gasol – who was 22 at the time, the same age as Marshall is now – at the 2003 All-Star Weekend in Atlanta. Gasol was in town to play in the Rookie-Sophomore game as a second-year player after winning the Rookie of the Year award in 2002. Marshall posted the photo of...
Via Lakerholicz.com
January 21, 2014  |  Discuss
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