Kendall Marshall (knee) practiced in a half-court setting Tuesday, Tom Moore of Calkins Media reports.
Marshall and fellow point guard Tony Wroten, who is also recovering from a torn ACL, have been increasing their rehab activities with the D-League's Delaware Philadelphia 76ers over the last several days, but neither appears to be particularly close to a return. Philadelphia coach Brett Brown said Monday that Marshall would remain unavailable through at least the first week of December, so T.J. McConnell and Phil Pressey should continue to man the point guard spot for the NBA squad for the next handful of games.
Kendall Marshall has been assigned to the 87ers of the D-League, Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Marshall has been sidelined recently with a leg sprain and has yet to appear in a game for Philadelphia. He could likely be pulled up to the active roster and make is debut for the team once he is completely healthy and able to practice with the team.
Kendall Marshall (knee) was able to take part in a few drills after Wednesday's morning shootaround, Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Marshall didn't take part in the shootaround with the Sixers and isn't a candidate to play in Wednesday's opener against the Celtics, as coach Brett Brown previously noted the point guard likely wouldn't be available until some point in November. While Marshall's activity shows that he's progressing in the right direction, the Sixers will have to proceed with the Isaiah Canaan and T.J. McConnell as their two point guards for at least the first several games this season.
Sixers coach Brett Brown reiterated Thursday that Kendall Marshall (knee) wouldn't be ready to play by the start of the regular season, Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. "I think it would be fair to say that we are not going to see Kendall for the month of October and beyond," Brown said. "I hope not much further beyond."
Marshall has been able to participate in some non-contact drills during training camp, but he's still in the progress of rebuilding strength in his right knee after suffering an ACL tear last January. The Sixers should have a better idea on a timetable for Marshall once he draws closer to taking part in full-contact practices, but it doesn't sound like that will happen in the near future. With fellow ACL tear returnee Tony Wroten also sidelined for the start of the regular season, Isaiah Canaan figures to log heavy minutes as the team's starting point guard.
76ers guard Kendall Marshall (knee) will be out through at least the end of October as he continues to rehab a torn right ACL, Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Marshall was cleared to take full contact at the beginning of training camp, but the Sixers appear inclined to proceed slowly with the point guard, who tore up the knee in mid-January while playing with the Milwaukee Bucks . The former first-rounder should gradually continue his activities as camp rages on, but it's unclear at this point if he'll be ready to participate in preseason action at any point. If that's the case, Marshall could be at risk of missing the start of the regular season.
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