MarShon Brooks Continues To Shine In D-League, But Red Claws Fall

MarShon Brooks played his second game for the NBA Development League Maine Red Claws last night, and so far he continues to impress.

Sep 30, 2013; Waltham, MA, USA; Boston Celtics forward/guard MarShon Brooks (12) poses for pictures during media day at the Celtics Practice Facility. Mandatory Credit: David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

Brooks followed up his 27 points, 4 rebounds, and 3 assists debut by scoring 24 points, grabbing 11 rebounds, and notching 6 assists as the Main Red Claws fell to the Springfield Armor 98-90.

Brooks also recorded one steal and two blocked shots in an excellent all-around performance that saw him log 39:08 of playing time, second-most on the Red Claws.

I highly doubt MarShon’s D-League stint is going to improve his lot with the Boston Celtics very much.  Unless the Celts deal Jordan Crawford or Courtney Lee this season, Brooks is destined to be a bench warmer for a team like the Celtics, but there are plenty of teams out there who could use a shooting guard.  For example, how long can the New York Knicks live with guard J.R. Smith making taking 17 three-pointers in a game, or hoisting a bomb from behind the arc because he forgot the score of the game, like he did last night?

The more he plays like he has so far in the D-League, the better Brooks is going to look when teams start putting out their feelers for shooting guards.  As always, I will keep you informed!

 

Topics: Boston Celtics, Marshon Brooks

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