Kendall Marshall has been passing with pinpoint accuracy since joining the Los Angeles Lakers, but his attempt to rifle a dime from well beyond the three-point line went awry on Thursday night against the Miami Heat.
With the Lakers attempting to mount a comeback late in the fourth quarter, Marshall fired a pass, intended for Jordan Hill, right off the noggin of Chris Bosh, which momentarily sent the Heat center to his knees.
Marshall finished with a game-high 11 assists, but it was Bosh who got the last laugh, scoring a game-high 31 points in a 109-102 win.
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