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Kendall Marshall has received the Bob Cousy Award which honors the top point guard in the nation.

Marshall led the nation in assists and assist-turnover ratio and was second in assists per game. He set an ACC record with 351 assists which placed him fourth in NCAA single-season history. He played in 36 games this season averaging 33 minutes per contest before fracturing a bone in his right wrist that sidelined him for the final two games of the NCAA Tournament.

Marshall is one of the best and his loss due to a fractured wrist was truly felt in the NCAA.


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