Marshon Brooks Rumors

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MarShon Brooks
MarShon Brooks
Position: G-F
Born: 01/26/89
Height: 6-5 / 1.96
Weight:199 lbs. / 90.7 kg.
Salary: $1,656,092
Memphis Grizzlies General Manager Chris Wallace today announced the team signed guard MarShon Brooks to a multi-year contract. Brooks signed a 10-day contract with the Grizzlies on March 27. Brooks (6-5, 200) has appeared in three games as a reserve for the Grizzlies and has averaged 23.3 points, 2.0 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 1.67 steals in 25.3 minutes while shooting 57.1 percent from the field, 64.7 percent from three-point range and 84.6 percent from the free throw line. Brooks has recorded the most points (70) in franchise history of any player in his first three games with the team and is just the second Grizzlies player to average at least 20 points per game in his first three contests (Lorenzen Wright in 2001-02).

MarShon Brooks to sign a two-year deal with Grizzlies

Michael Scotto: MarShon Brooks plans to sign a multi-year contract with the Memphis Grizzlies, a league source told The Athletic. Brooks, a former first-round pick, has averaged 23.3 points on 57 percent shooting overall and 65 percent from 3-point range in three games for Memphis.
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Ronald Tillery: JaMychal Green (knee) will be OUT tonight at Portland along with Andrew Harrison (right wrist/left shoulder), Chandler Parsons (rest) and Tyreke Evans (personal) is not with team. MarShon Brooks (left ankle) is Mr. anti-tank so he’s questionable along with Marc Gasol (left groin)
Storyline: Andrew Harrison Injury
As MarShon Brooks moves forward on his 10-day contact with the Grizzlies, don’t expect the veteran guard and 2011 first-round NBA draft pick to lack confidence or motivation. His first taste of NBA action in four years alone is enough to maintain his hunger for more. But there’s also the group texts that keep him going. As Brooks set out on an 18-hour travel day that took him from China to Detroit several days ago before he ultimately arrived in Memphis, he received a series of texts from a close-knit group of American players on rosters this season in the Chinese Basketball Association. “They were like, ‘You have a chance to make it again – make the most of it,’” Brooks said of the group that keeps in contact almost daily. “And they were like, ‘Show them that we play good ball over here (in China), that we’ve got some really good players over here.’ So that’s what I’m trying to do.”