Marlon Garnett

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Marlon Garnett
Phoenix Suns
Position Assistant / Player Development Coach
League NBA
Personal information
Born (1975-07-03) July 3, 1975 (age 41)
Los Angeles, California
Nationality American/Belizean
Listed height 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Listed weight 189 lb (86 kg)
Career information
High school Hamilton (Los Angeles, California)
College Santa Clara (1993–1997)
NBA draft 1997 / Undrafted
Playing career 1998–2013
Position Shooting Guard
Coaching career 2015–present
Career history
As player:
1998–1999 Boston Celtics
1999–2000 Grand Rapids Hoops (CBA)
2000 Fort Wayne Fury (CBA)
2000–2002 Adecco Estudiantes (Spain)
2002–2003 Olimpia Milano (Italy)
2003–2004 Sicilia Messina (Italy)
2004–2005 Benetton Treviso (Italy)
2005–2006 Whirlpool Varese (Italy)
2006–2007 MMT Estudiantes (Spain)
2007–2008 Split (Croatia)
2008 Zadar (Croatia)
2009 Cedevita (Croatia)
2009–2010 Zob Ahan Isfahan (Iran)
2010–2011 Mahram Tehran (Iran)
2012 Atléticos de San Germán (Puerto Rico)
2013 Inter Bratislava (Slovakia)
As coach:
2015–2016 San Antonio Spurs (assistant)
2016–present Phoenix Suns (assistant)
Career highlights and awards

Marlon Errol Garnett (born July 3, 1975) is an American-Belizean[1] coach and former professional basketball player.

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Nicknamed "Money G", Garnett played collegiately for the Broncos of Santa Clara University, winning West Coast Conference player of the year honors in 1997.[2]

Garnett entered the National Basketball Association in February 1999, signing with the Boston Celtics as an undrafted free agent. Garnett appeared in 24 games, totaling 51 points, 21 rebounds, and 18 assists. He later played professionally in Europe (Spain, Italy and Croatia), including a stint with Benetton Treviso.[2]

During the 2015–16 NBA season, Garnett would work with the San Antonio Spurs as both a video coordinator and a player development coordinator. On July 27, 2016, Garnett would make his official move into the coaching world for the NBA by being both an assistant head coach and a player development coach for the Phoenix Suns.[3] While he was interested in staying with San Antonio and helping them transition right after Tim Duncan's retirement in the league, Garnett ultimately decided to help out the Suns in order to properly build the team up and assist them moving forward.[4]

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