Marshall has retired from the G-League, Chris Reichert of 2 Ways & 10 Days reports.
Marshall hasn't played in an NBA game since 2015-16, when he averaged 13.3 minutes per game with the 76ers. He was most recently with the Agua Caliente Clippers of Ontario in the G-League, where he averaged 14.3 minutes per game in three appearances this season.
Marshall was waived by the Bucks on Sunday.
Marshall was on a training camp deal with the Bucks, but was always a long shot to make the team's regular-season roster. He'll look to latch on elsewhere, though he may have to settle for starting the season in the G-League or overseas on a more lucrative deal. Marshall averaged just 1.0 point and 3.7 assists with the Bucks during three preseason contests.
Marshall signed a training camp deal with the Bucks on Thursday.
The 26-year-old did not appear in an NBA game last season, but he's spent time with the Suns, Lakers, Bucks and Sixers since entering the league as the 13th overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft. Marshall, who started all five games for Team USA at this summer's FIBA AmeriCup Tournament, is unlikely to stick with the Bucks beyond camp, and he could ultimately land back in the D-League, as was the case last season. In 21 contests for the Reno Bighorns, Marshall averaged 15.1 points, 3.8 rebounds and 9.0 assists per game.
Marshall was traded to the Jazz on Friday in exchange for Tibor Pleiss, two future second-round picks, and cash, Adrian Wojnarowski reports.
Marshall had been buried on the 76ers' depth chart at guard heading into the 2016-17 season, so the team will at least be getting value in return for sending the 25-year-old off to a new squad. Throughout the 2015-16 season in Philadelphia he notched 3.7 points, 0.9 rebounds, 2.4 assists, and 13 minutes per game in 30 games played. The likes of George Hill, Dante Exum, Rodney Hood, Alec Burks, and more crowd the backcourt in Utah, so Marshall has some battling to do before securing a spot in the pecking order.
Marshall was waived by the Jazz, the team announced on Friday.
The Jazz have plenty of backcourt depth, especially when it comes to ball handlers, so they really had no reason for Marshall after the trade. He will once again be searching for a new home in the NBA, and while Marshall is skilled as a passer and floor leader, injuries have put a ceiling on his ability to contribute in the NBA.
Marshall will start in Wednesday's game against the Bulls, Sixers' Director of Public Relations Michael Preston reports.
Marshall is starting due to Nic Stauskas (knee) being held out. Marshall figures to see a minutes increase in what is the Sixers season finale.
Marshall missed all three of his field-goal attempts (0-3 FG, 0-1 3Pt) while committing one turnover in nine minutes during the 76ers' 117-105 loss to the Warriors on Sunday.
Marshall went scoreless in back-to-back bouts this weekend while handing out two assists to two turnovers. Through six March appearances, he is averaging 2.7 points and 1.5 assists in 12 minutes per game.
Marshall had four points (2-3 FG), two assists, one rebound, and one block in 19 minutes during the 76ers' 131-114 loss to the Nets on Tuesday.
Marshall had as many turnovers as he did assists, but he has appeared in two straight games now following a brief absence with an upper-respiratory illness. The 76ers simply have too many point guards for Marshall to make much of a dent in box scores. However, coach Brett Brown has shown he is willing to pair two of them together at any given time, so it's not like Marshall is buried on the bench.
Marshall (illness) has been cleared to play against the Rockets on Wednesday, Johnathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle reports.
An upper-respiratory illness kept Marshall out for both of the Sixers' tilts with the Heat over the past weekend, but after returning to practice Tuesday, the point guard looks to be at full strength again. Though he'll be active Wednesday, don't expect Marshall to take the court unless the game gets out of hand, as coach Brett Brown often prefers to lean heavily on starting point guard Ish Smith and top backup T.J. McConnell.
Marshall (illness) took part in Tuesday's practice and should be available to play Wednesday against the Rockets, Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
With both Marshall and Nik Stauskas present for practice Tuesday after missing the team's last two games with upper-respiratory illnesses, the presumption is that the duo is now fully healthy. Marshall will likely struggle to see the court in his return Wednesday, as he ranks a firm third on the team's depth chart at point guard.
Marshall (illness) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Heat, Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Marshall will miss a second straight game due to illness, and he'll be joined on the sideline by Jahlil Okafor (shin), Nerlens Noel (knee) and Nik Stauskas (illness), as the 76ers will again be shorthanded for Sunday's rematch.
Marshall has been ruled out of Friday's game against the Heat with an upper respiratory illness, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
Marshall will take the night off as he hopes to recover from an upper respiratory infection that will also keep Nik Stauskas on the sideline. The 76ers will also have Nerlens Noel (knee) and Jahlil Okafor (shin) on the bench Friday night, limiting the 76ers depth. Look for Isaiah Canaan and T.J. McConnell to see increased minutes off the bench with Marshall out.
Marshall played 20 minutes in Saturday's 103-98 win over the Nets, producing four points (2-5 FG), three assists, one steal, and five turnovers across 20 minutes.
Marshall, the Sixers' third-string point guard, only entered the rotation due to the absence of Ish Smith (ankle), and finished with his most playing time since Dec. 23. As Saturday's awful assist-to-turnover ratio illustrates, Marshall simply doesn't appear to be an NBA-caliber point guard at this time, and will likely see his role dissolve completely if Smith returns to action Monday against the Clippers as expected.
Marshall (coach's decision) didn't play in Wednesday's 96-87 win over the Magic.
Although coach Brett Brown was initially counting on Marshall to claim the starting role at point guard upon returning from a torn ACL in December, the 24-year-old's ineffectiveness ultimately led the team to trade for Ish Smith, who has been a godsend since arriving from New Orleans. Since Smith's acquisition, Marshall has also been passed up on the depth chart by T.J. McConnell, who has excelled in a backup capacity, leaving no minutes available for Marshall. As a result, Marshall, who hasn't played in five of the team's last six games, will likely require a Smith or McConnell injury before reclaiming a rotation spot.
Marshall played only four minutes in Monday's 95-91 loss to the Jazz, scoring two points (1-2 FG).
Marshall was anointed as the 76ers' starting point guard shortly after making his season debut earlier this month following his recovery from a torn ACL, but after a string of lackluster performances, the team elected to cut bait with the experiment. Ish Smith was acquired from the Pelicans on Dec. 24 and has immediately been inserted into the starting lineup over the last two games, leaving Marshall and T.J. McConnell to pick up the spare minutes behind him. Smith exploded for 22 points and 11 assists in Monday's contest, and those outstanding numbers should give him plenty of security in the starting role. As a result, Marshall will have to settle for limited duty going forward and isn't a worthwhile option in deep leagues at this point.
Marshall will rest Tuesday against the Grizzlies with the intention of playing Wednesday in Milwaukee, Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Marshall still hasn't been cleared to take part in both ends of back-to-back sets, thereby allowing Tony Wroten another start at the point. However, expect Marshall to fill that role Wednesday.
Marshall managed eight points (3-7 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 2-2 FT), four assists, and two rebounds in 18 minutes during the 76ers' 108-86 loss versus the Cavaliers on Sunday.
Marshall is averaging 4.0 points (41.2 FG, 28.6 3Pt), 4.5 assists, 1.3 rebounds, and 0.8 steals in 17 minutes per game through four games. 76ers' coach Brett Brown stated that the starting spot is Marshall's to lose, and it will be interesting to see what kinds of stat-lines he produces once he is able to play more than 20 minutes, which has been his restriction thus far this season. Marshall, Tony Wroten, and T.J. McConnell essentially split the minutes available at point guard on Sunday, but if Wroten spends more time at the two it's possible Marshall could soon be seeing a healthy load of minutes as the 76ers' lead ball-handler.
Marshall has been named the 76ers' starting point guard, and the job is his to lose, per coach Brett Brown, KL Chouinard of Hawks.com reports.
Marshall made his season debut Friday against Detroit, putting up five points and six assists in 16 minutes, and he followed with two points and five assists in 20 minutes Saturday in Toronto. After being rested Monday in Chicago, Marshall will return as the starter, likely pushing Tony Wroten to the bench. It sounds as though the Sixers will give Marshall ample opportunity to serve as the starter long-term, meaning T.J. McConnell's playing time is likely to take a major hit, as both players have similar skill sets. When healthy, Marshall has proven to be one of the better passers in the league, though he struggles defensively and is far from an elite athlete. From a fantasy perspective, he projects to be a strong source for assists but won't provide much in terms of scoring or rebounding.
Marshall (rest) will sit out Monday's game against the Bulls, Bob Cooney of the Philadelphia Daily News reports.
With Marshall not yet cleared to play in both halves of back-to-back sets while he works his way back to full speed following a torn ACL suffered last January, he'll sit out Monday after logging 20 minutes and dishing out five assists in Sunday's loss to the Raptors. Like Marshall, fellow point guard Tony Wroten has also recently returned from a torn ACL and hasn't been cleared to play back-to-back games, so after sitting Sunday, Wroten will assume Marshall's minutes in Monday's contest.
Marshall will be on another 16-minute restriction for Sunday's game against the Raptors, Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Marshall started in his season debut during Friday's loss to the Pistons, scoring five points while also adding six assists and a rebound over 16 minutes. He'll face the same minute restriction again Sunday while coming off the bench, as coach Brett Brown has decided to start T.J. McConnell at point guard. Tony Wroten is sitting out Sunday -- the first game of a back-to-back set for the 76ers -- as a means up picking up rest while he works his way back from an ACL tear, and with Marshall returning from the same injury, it's possible the two players will take alternate days off. As a result, don't be surprised if Marshall ends up sitting out Monday's tilt with the Bulls.
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