(September 9, 2015) In 2013-2014 for the Los Angeles Lakers he averaged 9apg. In 2014-2015 for the Milwaukee Bucks, he tore his ACL. He has been rehabbing ever since then. Now he is signed with the Philadelphia 76ers on a 4 year contract worth more than the minimum. The first season is guaranteed. The 76ers were in 24th last season in assists so Kendall Marshall should surely help with that. He will be pitted against Tony Wroten and Isaiah Canaan for the starting point guard spot.