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Kendall Marshall finds groove, but it may be too late


Halfway through a rookie year, an NBA player often hits a wall physically, emotionally or mentally. Suns rookie Kendall Marshall had played a half-season, 41 games, entering Friday night’s game but is just getting started as the season is about to end in 11 days. Marshall was not a full-time part of the rotation until February, which will leave him still going through the rookie experience into next season. (AZ Central)

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