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Kendall Marshall is a retired NBA point guard who played for the Phoenix Suns and the Los Angeles Lakers.
Though he was once a famous basketball player, he retired early and is currently working as a basketball coach with his alma mater, the University of North Carolina. Read on to learn more about Marshall's school history, professional playing career, birth sign, and more.
Kendall Marshall's current net worth has been estimated to be around $1.5 million.
At the peak of his basketball career, Marshall reportedly earned about $2 million per year.
As a basketball player, it's not surprising that Marshall is taller than average- he has an astonishing height of 6 ft 4 in (193 cm).
Kendall Marshall was born on August 19, 1991, to Kim Marshall and Dennis Marshall. This means that he is 31 years old as of the year 2022. His birth sign is Leo.
Kendall Dewan Marshall was born on August 19, 1991, in the United States of America in Dumfries, Virginia. His parents are Kim Marshall and Dennis Marshall. Marshall attended Bishop O'Connell High School in Arlington, Virginia, where he led them to the 2010 Virginia Independent Schools Division I championship in his senior year. Additionally, with Marshall on the team, Bishop O'Connell advanced to the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference semi-final playoffs. He had an amazing senior year, averaging 15.3 points, six assists, and nine rebounds. He then attended the University of North Carolina, where he played for the North Carolina Tar Heels basketball team. During his sophomore year at UNC, he became the college's all-time leader for the highest number of assists in a single season- amounting to 351. Unfortunately, he could not play for the complete NCAA season before he joined the NBA, as he fractured his wrist early on, and North Carolina lost to Kansas in the regional finals.
According to sources, Kendall Marshall is single as of September 2022.
Kendall Marshall had a very successful college basketball career, following which the Phoenix Suns drafted him as an NBA point guard in his Junior Year. He was the 13th pick overall from the draft. He made his NBA debut on November 4, 2012, against the Orlando Magic team. He made three steals and five assists in his first game, making quite the mark as a rookie. During his time with the Phoenix Suns, he played alongside Michael Beasley, the team's forward at that time.
Marshall was part of a trade that sent him and Marcin Gortat, Shannon Brown, and Malcolm Lee to the Washington Wizards on October 25, 2013, in exchange for Emeka Okafor and a first-round draft selection in 2014. The Wizards released Lee, Marshall, and Brown three days later from the team. However, he was picked up by the Delaware 87ers on December 3, 2013, and he stayed with them until December 20, 2013, when he joined the Los Angeles Lakers.
He broke his career high while with the Lakers during a game against the Denver Nuggets and played quite well but was waived off the team on July 18, 2014. He joined the Milwaukee Bucks for the 2014-2015 season but was benched in the middle of the season after suffering a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL)
Marshall also played for the Philadelphia 76ers, the Reno Bighorns of the NBA D league, and the Agua Caliente Clippers of the NBA G League before retiring from basketball on November 23, 2017.
After retiring from basketball, Marshall returned to the University of North Carolina to complete his degree, which he received in 2018. During his time as a student, he continued to keep ties with the basketball team and was even the assistant coach from 2018-2019. The head coach, Roy William, then offered him the position of recruiting director, and Marshall remained in the position until 2021.
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