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Kendall Marshall's new long-range plan


Kendall Marshall has turned the one supposed weakness in his game into a strength that is on par with any other player in the league. Marshall leads the NBA in 3-point percentage, hitting at a 49.4 percent clip, edging into first place Sunday by making all three of his attempts from downtown against the Chicago Bulls. "It's unbelievable, isn't it?" Lakers coach Mike D'Antoni said after practice. (ESPN.com)


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