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Kendall Marshall played best basketball in last two games


Against the Jazz Wednesday night, former No. 13 overall pick Kendall Marshall had 13 assists and held Utah guard Mo Williams to eight points on 3-of-9 shooting. In Thursday night's 14-point loss to the Kings, Marshall wasn't highly effective at the defensive end against Isaiah Thomas, but he became the first Suns rookie since Negele Knight (1991) to have back-to-back 10-assist performances. (Arizona Sports)


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