Kendall Marshall has a lot to work on to be a starting PG
Kendall Marshall is getting playing time.
After riding the bench for most of the first part of the season, Marshall has assumed the role of Goran Dragic's backup over the last month or so, giving the former UNC star a chance to play at the NBA level.
The results have been a mixed bag, with Marshall showing the passing ability that had the Suns so high on him but the shooting struggles that had some draft experts questioning the selection.
In all, Marshall looks every bit the 21-year-old he is on the floor.
"I think he's a kid that really needs to learn how to play at this level," Suns analyst Tim Kempton told Arizona Sports 620's Doug and Wolf Monday. "Obviously he's a very good open-court player."
-- Arizona Sports