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Kendall Marshall | Guard

Team: Philadelphia 76ers
Age / DOB:  (24) / 8/19/1991
Ht / Wt:  6'4' / 200
College: North Carolina
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Kendall Marshall (knee) and Tony Wroten (knee) participated in some halfcourt work during Tuesday's practice.
Both Wroten and Marshall are hopeful to be back on the court by December, which could hurt the value of Nik Stauskas and T.J. McConnell. However, Brett Brown did say he wouldn't be afraid to play Marshall, Wroten and McConnell together once everyone is healthy, so it'll be interesting to see how the 76ers rotations shake out upon Worten and Marshall's return. Nov 17 - 2:14 PM

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Kendall Marshall (knee) is expected to return around the first week of December according to head coach Brett Brown.

Tony Wroten (knee) has the same timetable, but this is a little disappointing because there were some reports out there that had Marshall returning in November. T.J. McConnell has been playing well for 76ers as the starting point guard, but things will get very interesting once Marshall and Wroten return.
Nov 16 - 9:50 PM

Kendall Marshall (knee) has been sent down to the 76ers' D-League affiliate.

Marshall has progressed to playing 1-on-1 and 2-on-2 without experiencing any setbacks, although he won't be playing any games in Delware as the D-League assignment is purely for rehab purposes. Both Tony Wroten (knee) and Marshall are hopeful to be back on the court sometime during the month of November, and once both players are healthy, it's tough to see current starting point guard T.J. McConnell having much fantasy value at all.
Nov 11 - 5:19 PM

Kendall Marshall (knee) has progressed to playing a lot of 1-on-1 and 2-on-2 (full court) and hasn't had any setbacks.

Additionally, Marhsall hopes to be back sooner rather than later. "There hasn't been any setbacks," Marshall said. "I think soon enough I'll be back out there." It sounds like there's a good chance he could be back in November and he should definitely beat Tony Wroten (knee) back, so he could be looking at solid minutes if he outplay T.J. McConnell. He's definitely worth keeping an eye on for owners in need of assists.
Nov 7 - 6:08 PM

76ers head coach Brett Brown said that Kendall Marshall (knee) will miss the rest of October "and beyond" as he recovers from his torn ACL.

This isn't too surprising and the 76ers have no reason to rush him back to game action until he is comfortable. Tony Wroten (knee) will miss the beginning of the season as well, meaning Isaiah Canaan and Pierre Jackson will have to hold down the fort early on. If your team desperately needs some assists, feel free to stash Marshall because he has the potential to run away with the starting spot this season.

76ers head coach Brett Brown said that Kendall Marshall (right knee) is at least a month away from getting back on the basketball court.

With Marshall and Tony Wroten (knee) expected to begin the regular-season on the sidelines, Isaiah Canaan should have no problem securing the starting point guard position in Philly. However, once everyone is healthy, this situation could become a mess. Unless you're a fan of headaches, we'd recommend avoiding the point guard situation in Philadelphia.
Oct 8 - 7:04 PM

Kendall Marshall (right knee) could be back on the court towards the end of October, according to 76ers beat writer Tom Moore.

Marshall will be joining a very crowded rotation in Philly featuring Tony Wroten (knee), Isaiah Canaan, and Pierre Jackson (groin), and it's anyone's guess right now who will wind up starting. Marshall had a nice season with the Lakers back in 2013, compiling averages of 8.0 points, 8.8 assists and 1.3 three-pointers per game, however he needed 28.9 minutes per game to accumulate those statistics, which could be tough to come by with three other guys vying for minutes. He's also coming off an ACL tear, so he's not worth much more than a late-round flier in deep leagues.

Kendall Marshall (right knee) will not play in Tuesday's preseason game vs. the Wizards.

Marshall had reportedly been cleared to do "everything" on September 28, so it would seem his absence from tonight's game is more precautionary than anything. The 76ers tend to be extremely cautious in bringing guys back from injuries, and given that Marshall is recovering from a pretty severe ACL tear, he'll likely be eased back into things. That being said, he has a shot at starting for the 76ers with Tony Wroten also recovering from an ACL tear, so he's worth a late-round target in deep leagues.
Oct 6 - 5:28 PM

Kendall Marshall (knee) has been cleared to do "everything."

While there is still some pain in the area, that's part of Marshall's recovery. With Tony Wroten (knee) behind him in the recovery process, it's very conceivable that Marshall could start on opening night for the Sixers. If he earns that role, Marshall would be worth a roster spot for his ability to rack up dimes in a heartbeat.
Sep 28 - 1:52 PM

Sixers head coach Brett Brown said Kendall Marshall will be ready before Tony Wroten.

With the Sixers starting point guard role up for grabs, this news would seemingly give Marshall a leg up on Wroten. We'll keep an eye on this situation throughout the preseason, but Marshall would make for a solid late-round flier if he's able to secure the starting job, as he's capable of racking up assists in bunches.
Sep 24 - 1:22 PM

Coach Brett Brown said Kendall Marshall (knee) can "pass the hell out of the ball."

The team is hopeful he can be ready before November due to his ACL tear back in January. Marshall is actually a solid fit for the 76ers, but it's not going to be easy to stash him with so many questions. His arrival does lower the fantasy value for Tony Wroten (knee) and Isaiah Canaan.
Sep 23 - 2:31 PM

Kendall Marshall (knee) will "definitely" not be ready for the start of the season.

Marhshall is still recovering from ACL surgery, so this isn't a surprise. The 76ers signed him to a four-year deal, so there is no need to rush him back and he could miss a month or two of the season. Point guard is a glaring weakness for Philly right now (along with several other positions), so Marshall could eventually challenge Tony Wroten for the starting duties. He is worth keeping an eye on if you are looking for assists.

Kendall Marshall (knee) is unlikely to be ready for the start of the regular season.

Marshall will help provide the Sixers with veteran point guard depth when he's fully recovered from ACL surgery, but it sounds like he won't be available for the season opener. While solid is a solid late-round flier for his ability to put up assists, he'll be stuck battling Tony Wroten for a spot in the starting lineup and his fantasy value will take a hit if he doesn't win that battle.
Sep 10 - 10:42 AM

Kendall Marshall's deal with the 76ers is reportedly a four-year pact worth more than the minimum.

Only the first season is guaranteed but this is still a significant signing by the Sixers, who have been loathe to commit to players over the past few years. Marshall tore his ACL in January and it's unclear whether he'll be ready to start the season, but we'll have a clearer picture of his health once training camp begins. Once healthy, Marshall stands a good chance to earn the starting PG job ahead of Tony Wroten and Isaiah Canaan.
Sep 9 - 8:38 PM

Sixers sign G Kendall Marshall.

Tony Wroten (knee) is fully expected to get the bulk of the point guard minutes, but Marshall is an interesting fit with the projected starters. He can run a pick-and-roll better than Wroten and is a much better shooter. Fantasy owners will want to keep an eye on him as a potential late-round pick.
Sep 9 - 6:55 PM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PG1T.J. McConnell
2Isaiah Canaan
3Phil Pressey
4Tony Wroten
5Kendall Marshall
SG1Nik Stauskas
2Hollis Thompson
SF1Robert Covington
2Jerami Grant
3JaKarr Sampson
PF1Nerlens Noel
2Richaun Holmes
3Carl Landry
4Christian Wood
5Luka Mitrovic
C1Jahlil Okafor
2Joel Embiid