HoopsHype Donyell Marshall rumors

September 8, 2013 Updates

“I grew up watching Larry Bird when I was growing up in New Hamsphere which is north of Boston and he’s a 6-foot-8 or 6-foot-9 guy who can shoot and has a tremendous work ethic,“ he said. “I always want to work hard like Larry Bird and I want to shoot three-pointers like Larry Bird and I have to work hard evey game with my shooting and my stroke and I once I got into the NBA, (former NBA players) Donyell Marshall and Robert Horry helped me find my niche within the team.“ Tempo

August 23, 2013 Updates

Rider coach Kevin Baggett is adding some NBA experience to his bench for the upcoming season. The Broncs have hired former NBA veteran and Connecticut star Donyell Marshall as an assistant coach, a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed Thursday. The person spoke on a condition of anonymity because the deal is yet to be finalized, but an announcement is expected soon. The Trentonian

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One name that makes sense is former Cavs guard Eric Snow, who was an assistant under Larry Brown at SMU this past season. He doesn't have vast coaching experience, but he seems like he'd be a Brown-type guy. He's disciplined, hard-working and no-nonsense. Snow, a Canton native, played for the Cavs from 2004-08. The Cavs could keep one of the holdovers from Coach Byron Scott's staff — Jamahl Mosley or Nate Tibbetts — or perhaps Canton Charge coach Alex Jensen. One former player who likely called Brown is ex-Cavs forward Donyell Marshall, who is living in the Cleveland area. He coached in the NBA Development League two years ago. News-Herald

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Donyell Marshall has been hired as an assistant coach for men's basketball at The George Washington University, head coach Karl Hobbs has announced. Marshall replaces former GW Assistant Coach Brian Ellerbe, who resigned to take a similar position at DePaul. Marshall comes to GW after spending much of the past year as a pre-game and post-game analyst for the Philadelphia 76ers on Comcast SportsNet. He retired from a 15-year career in the NBA in the summer of 2009. Centre Daily Times

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