The Bucks have signed Kendall Marshall to a contract, the team announced today in a press release. The club classifies the agreement as a training camp deal, meaning it likely includes little to no guaranteed money.
Marshall, 26, was a lottery pick back in 2012, coming off the board 13th overall to the Suns. However, he has bounced around the NBA and the G League since then, spending time with the Lakers, Bucks, Sixers, and – last season – the Reno Bighorns. Although Marshall’s career NBA numbers are modest – 5.0 PPG and 4.9 APG in 160 games – he played well in the G League in 2016/17, averaging 15.1 PPG and 9.0 APG in 21 contests for Reno.
Most recently, Marshall was selected to be a member of the U.S. team that competed in the FIBA AmeriCup tournament a few weeks ago. Marshall was the club’s starting point guard and helped Team USA win a gold medal.
With Marshall under contract, the Bucks are now carrying the maximum 20 players on their offseason roster, including 14 with fully guaranteed salaries.
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Why not sign Trey Burke pt.guard he’s still a free agent and drop some one else.