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Kendall Marshall Went to the NBA Rookie Transition Program and Learned Women Are Smarter Than Men

Kendall Marshall, the former UNC point guard who got knocked out of the 2012 NCAA tournament with a fractured wrist, preventing the world from seeing the Tar Heels’ rematch with Kentucky, attended the NBA Rookie Transition Program and offered this pearl of wisdom to the Arizona Republic:

“The female species are a lot smarter than us so we have to realize maybe it’s not always that we’re the best-looking guy they’ve ever seen,” Marshall said. “Maybe there is some incentive behind it. At the same time, there are great cases where guys have happy marriages. They’ve shown us both cases. We just have to be smart (and realize) that people don’t always have our best interests in mind.”

Marshall was drafted by the Suns in June and was thought to be Phoenix’s point guard of the future. Then, the Suns signed Goran Dragic to 4-year, $34 million deal, rendering Marshall the backup. [Republic]

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