Think of Kendall Marshall as a version of the Most Interesting Man in the World: He does not play much, but when he does, he makes insane passes through the legs of defenders from beyond the three-point arc.
Alright, so it’s a bit more of a mouthful than the Dos Equis commercials, but this pass is just as smooth as any beer, that’s for sure.
Marshall has only played an average of 11 minutes per game in a mere 29 appearances. This pass, through the legs of Rockets’ big man Omer Asik to give Jared Dudley an easy bucket, may have just earned him a bit more playing time.
Enjoy, over and over and over.
What?? Did you think that was our only angle? On a play this spectacular? Don’t be silly.
As it turns out, those two points came in extremely handy, as the Suns went on to beat the Rockets, 107-105.
h/t: USA Today
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