Phoenix Suns rookie point guard Kendall Marshall was in New Jersey from Aug. 16-20 to take part in the NBA’s Rookie Transition Program.
The Transition is similar to the NFL”s rookie symposium which schools rookies on the ins and outs of women, friends, finances, sex, drugs, alcohol, and bankruptcies to name a few.
The Arizona Republic is reporting that Marshall learned a lot of eye opening things.
The most important thing he learned?
“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.”
Kendall you are a former North Carolina Tarheel and it took the Rookie Transition to teach that some females may have a different incentive behind why they might deal with you.
In my Rob Littal voice, “Smarten Up Nas.”