Kendall Marshall's Rookie Year Ended Better Than It Started

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Kendall Marshall's Rookie Year Ended Better Than It Started
Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports

When the Suns spent last year's lottery pick on Kendall Marshall, many thought he would — at worst — be the backup point guard to Steve Nash or, later on, Goran Dragic. Instead Marshall struggled, to the point journeyman Sebastian Telfair beat him out for the job. Outside shooting, it turned out, wasn't the only item on Marshall's “needs to improve” list. Energy and defense were there too.

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