One On One: Kendall Marshall

Suns One On One host Greg Esposito caught up with rookie point guard Kendall Marshall to talk about growing up in Virginia, how he fell in love with basketball, how his dad used to pay him to shoot, the invention of PassFir5t and much more. Plus he goes one on five answering five rapid fives questions. All that and more in this week’s edition of Suns One On One.

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If you could ask Kendall Marshall one question, what would it be?

Marshall Learning What it Feels Like to be a Sun

It is that time of year again. No, it’s not time to sweat through your clothes thanks to 100+ degree heat. It’s that time when kids across the country are heading back to school and experiencing their first day of class.

Remember those days? Putting on the new clothes and shoes you were given that hopefully were cool enough, that moment you realized you’ve moved up in the world again and getting to see old friends you hadn’t seen in awhile.

There was something magical about that time. Especially how it all made you feel special and excited to be a part of something. Although he’s no longer going to class, Suns rookie guard Kendall Marshall got the opportunity to feel a little bit of that childlike excitement again earlier this week (minus the awkwardness of having to meet the new, slightly strange, teacher). [Read more...]

Marshall's (Numeric) Plan

We just met you, and this is crazy, but what’s your number, tell us maybe?

All right, no pop star – or is that one hit wonder – will be making a song about rookie point guard Kendall Marshall and what number he’ll decide to wear in the NBA, but it is a question fans have been asking and tweeting about for the better part of two weeks.

Sure, it may seem like a trivial thing, like whether or not Green Day’s “21 Guns” sounds like the Full House theme song (it does), but it’s something fans of both Marshall and the Suns take seriously. [Read more...]