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Jermaine Marshall - SG, 6'4, 215
Signed in Europe - Signed with Helsinki Seagulls in Finland
       Date of birth: 11/07/1990
       Country: USA
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2014
     Out of: Arizona State
  NBA Experience: 0 years
  Hand: Right

25th July, 2014 Italy Signed a one year contract with Casale Monferrato.
10th August, 2015 France Signed a one year contract with Le Mans.
8th September, 2015 France Released by Le Mans.
10th September, 2015 Hungary Signed a one year contract with Atomeromu.
19th September, 2015 Hungary Released by Atomeromu.
31st October, 2015 D-League Drafted 39th overall in the 2015 D-League Draft by Delaware 87ers.
11th November, 2015 D-League Waived by Maine Red Claws.
1st February, 2016 Greece Signed for the remainder of the season with Nea Kifisia.
24th September, 2016 Cyprus Signed a one year contract with Apollon Limassol.
9th January, 2017 Cyprus Left Apollon Limassol.
10th January, 2017 Holland Signed for the remainder of the season with Rotterdam Challengers.
7th September, 2017 Finland Signed a one year contract with Helsinki Seagulls.
When: Where:
2009 - 2013 Penn State (NCAA)
2013 - 2014 Arizona State (NCAA)
July 2014 Houston Rockets (Summer League)
July 2014 - June 2015 Monferrato (Italy, A2 Gold)
August 2015 - September 2015 Le Mans (France)
September 2015 Atomeromu (Hungary)
October 2015 - November 2015 Maine Red Claws (D-League)
February 2016 - June 2016 Nea Kifisia (Greece)
September 2016 - January 2017 Apollon Limassol (Cyprus)
January 2017 - June 2017 Rotterdam (Holland)
September 2017 - present Helsinki Seagulls (Finland)
From blog:

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Jermaine Marshall, Arizona State, Senior, 6'4 215lbs

2013/14 stats: 31.7 mpg, 15.1 ppg, 3.1 rpg, 1.4 apg, 0.8 spg, 0.5 bpg, 2.4 fpg, 1.5 TOpg, 45.0% FG, 40.4% 3PT, 71.7% FT

Marshall has a pretty ideal profile for a high quality European import off the ball player. Playing alongside Jahii Carson, Marshall was all the things Carson wasn't - efficient, low usage, fairly big, playing off the ball. He could actually stand to do this last thing a little better, as he is a very good catch and shoot player, yet he does not put in as much movement off the ball as he ought. Nevertheless, he affected the game through his scoring without doing so because of excessive touches.

Marshall will occasionally be called upon to run a pick-and-roll play, but is mostly a jump shooter. His shot selection is fairly good, save for the occasional bad one, yet that was partly due to the nature of the team's style. When slashing, he demonstrates a sneaky hesitation dribble and can finish with a floater, yet this is not a part of his game he favours. Rather than attack the basket or the shotblocker, Marshall prefers to shoot, and the jump shot is the biggest part of his arsenal. Its efficiency is also currently a one year outlier, which is mildly uneasy. Nevertheless, Marshall showed last year that he can score, he will score, and he can be an effective and efficient weapon on medium usage. Defensively, Marshall plays hard and contests even when beaten, with long arms and anticipation and a consistent defensive effort, all of which overcome a lack of ideal size. He is not standing out in this facet of the game, but he is not sitting down either. And he'll take a charge when he can.

At times, he gets wild, and there is no one amazingly strong facet of the game. But Marshall is versatile and efficient, doing a bit of everything. This is always marketable. NBA? Probably not. But certainly somewhere.

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