Milwaukee Bucks Opposition Intel: Philadelphia 76ers Q&A With Josh Wilson

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Dec 13, 2015; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Philadelphia 76ers guard Kendall Marshall (5) dribbles past Toronto Raptors guard Kyle Lowry (7) in the second quarter at Air Canada Centre. Mandatory Credit: Peter Llewellyn-USA TODAY Sports

AM: I know it’s been pretty limited considering his return from injury, but Kendall Marshall has finally got a chance to show bits of what he can do in Philadelphia. As an old Bucks favorite, I’d be remiss if I didn’t ask what the first impressions of him are?

JW: It’s good to have Kendall Marshall (and Tony Wroten) back from injury. This season started with so many injuries for Philadelphia, so many in fact that they were granted an extra roster spot. To finally see almost everyone back in playing status is definitely a positive.

Marshall hasn’t had a whole lot of time to become a regular Sixer since he came back to the court after Wroten, but from what I have seen of him he’s generally what we expected, a pass-happy player that is willing to share the ball and is good for the occasional two-pointer.

I’m excited to see what we’ve got coming from Marshall.

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