Kendall Marshall fans have to be pleased with the impressive debut from their NC boy. Marshall won "player of the game" honors and put up an impressive stat line. He played 31 minutes and dropped eight assists but more importantly, was aggressive getting his shot. He pumped in 21 points on 7-18 shooting, including 6-8 from the line.
John Jenkins, a sharpshooting Atlanta Hawks rookie, had 22 points in the game. The Jam won 102-95.
Marshall will get more run Tuesday night. The Jam take on the L.A. Defenders.
Here's highlights of the game via the D-league.