HoopsHype Kendall Marshall rumors

January 4, 2014 Updates
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Marshall will become the sixth player to start a game at the point for Los Angeles when it hosts the Utah Jazz on Friday night, coach Mike D'Antoni said after practice Thursday. Marshall, whom the Lakers plucked from the D-League less than two weeks ago, will start in place of Jordan Farmar. ESPN.com

January 2, 2014 Updates

Mike Trudell: D'Antoni confirmed that Kendall Marshall will start at PG, with Farmar's torn hamstring (4 weeks) plus Blake and Nash still being out. Twitter @LakersReporter

The following players cannot be dealt at all this season: Alexis Ajinca — New Orleans Pelicans; D.J. Augustin — Chicago Bulls; Andrew Bogut — Golden State Warriors; Kobe Bryant — Los Angeles Lakers; Seth Curry — Memphis Grizzlies; Chris Douglas-Roberts — Charlotte Bobcats; Stephen Jackson — Los Angeles Clippers; James Johnson — Memphis Grizzlies; Kendall Marshall — Los Angeles Lakers; Malcolm Thomas — San Antonio Spurs. HoopsWorld

December 30, 2013 Updates

Four players are signed to nonguaranteed contracts: Xavier Henry, Shawne Williams, Ryan Kelly and recent acquisition Kendall Marshall. The Lakers have until Jan. 7 to decide which players they want to keep the rest of the season. The deadline is officially Jan. 10, but each player needs 48 hours to clear the NBA's waiver process. Henry was signed over the summer for $916,099 and has proved to be one of the team's best off-season acquisitions. Los Angeles Times

In Sunday night's 111-104 loss to the 76ers, Marshall helped spark an early fourth-quarter rally, finishing with eight points, three assists and two rebounds — all season highs. If Marshall lasts beyond the January deadline, his $547,570 for the current season will lock in. With all 15 players, the Lakers' team salary for the season is $91.4 million, including $12 million in luxury tax penalties. Los Angeles Times

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Kendall Marshall wasted little time in making his presence felt with the Delaware Sevens, the Sixers’ D-Lague affiliate. After being claimed by the Sevens mid-week, the former lottery pick debuted for Delaware with a 31 point, 10 assist, 9-rebound performance on Thursday, which he followed with a 14 point, 12 assist outing on Friday. Marshall played major minutes in both games, and while the talent level of the NBDL is clearly less than that of the NBA, his performances so far have to make you wonder if it may be worthwhile for the Sixers to give him a shot. Philadelphia Inquirer

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