Averaged 1.5 ppg and 1.0 rpg in 20 games… Signed the first of two consecutive 10-day contracts with the Nets on 1/7, and signed for the remainder of the season on 1/29… Logged a season-high 14 minutes at Memphis on 3/17, scoring five points and grabbing three rebounds off the bench … Recorded two steals and two rebounds in five minutes off the bench at Philadelphia on 3/1… Scored four points and grabbed one rebound in seven minutes off the bench at Charlotte on 2/27… Scored a season-high six points, while grabbing two rebounds in 10 minutes off the bench vs. Washington on 1/6… Made Nets debut on 1/8 vs Miami, scoring one point and dishing off two assists in 11 minutes off the bench…Missed 11 games due to injuries… Was on Injured List from 2/14-2/21 (5 games) with a strained left hamstring and again from 3/31-4/11 (6 games) with a left knee tendinitis… Recorded a DNP-Coach’s Decision in 19 games.
Released from his second 10-day contract on 3/12...Signed to a second 10-day contract by Cleveland on 3/6...Signed to a 10-day contract by the Cleveland Cavaliers on 2/25
Waived by the Bucks on 2/18...On the injured list from 2/4 to 2/17 due to peroneal tendinitis in his right ankle
Marshall played in 56 games as a reserve forward, averaging 3.1 points and 1.3 rebounds in 9.8 minutes per game, all modest improvements over his rookie figures...Although he ranked sixth on the team with 33 three-pointers made and shot a respectable .379 from behind the arc, his overall field goal shooting percentage was a disappointing .325...He scored a career-high 17 points, shooting 6-for-9 from the field, in 18 minutes in a 106-73 victory over the Charlotte Hornets on Jan. 25. Five days earlier he scored 13 points in a 94-74 loss at Utah, when he matched his career high by playing 27 minutes. He scored in double figures a total of six times.
Marshall played sparingly in 34 games as a rookie, averaging 2.3 points in 6.1 minutes per game. He scored a career-high nine points against Indiana on Nov. 7 and played a career-high 27 minutes at Miami on March 10, when he grabbed a season-high three rebounds. He appeared in six of the final 10 games of the season and closed out the year with eight points and three rebounds in nine minutes at Indiana on April 21. Marshall was on the Cavs' playoff roster but logged just one scoreless minute in the series, in Game 1 of the first round.