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A 6'7" forward, Marshall was selected by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the second round of the 1995 NBA Draft out of Connecticut. He played five seasons in the NBA, the final two with the New Jersey Nets when they reached the NBA Finals.
Marshall played his high school basketball at Federal Way High School in Federal Way, Wash. He played for Connecticut from 1991-95 and was later named to the school's Men's Basketball All-Century Team.
Marshall also provides color commentary on NBC Sports Network's college basketball telecasts; he was an analyst on NBC's 2012 London Olympics men's basketball coverage. From 2005 to 2013, Marshall was a Boston Celtics analyst for Comcast SportsNet New England. Marshall had also previously done color commentary on NBA TV and on ESPN and ESPN2's college basketball telecasts, and he also had co-hosted WFSB-TV's (Hartford, Conn.) NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament studio shows.
Marshall received a bachelor's degree in Business Management from Connecticut. He serves on the Board of Trustees at the University, as well as being a board member of First Tee of Connecticut, Windham Hospital and Nutmeg State Games.< return to announcers homepage