I doubt many folks would disagree that UNC's Kendall Marshall was the best pure point guard in the country for the 2011-12 season. On June 28, the former North Carolina Tar Heel will be drafted by some lucky team in the 2012 NBA draft.
How “lucky” will that team be? That's what I'm here to find out.
In Part 3 of my series on the NBA prospects of Tar Heels entering the draft, I'll be breaking down Marshall's game—and what a great game it is.
There are many question marks floating around about different aspects of his game—and reasonably so. As great a pure point guard as Marshall is, he still has some deficiencies that could prevent him from being the point guard Tar Heel Nation is hoping to see in the NBA.
However, as you will see, Marshall has come up with some pretty clever ways of masking his deficiencies and that may go a long way in making his NBA career a success.