“We are headed to Boston and very excited about it,” MarShon Brooks’s agent Seth Cohen said in an e-mail. Brooks will return to the team that originally drafted him in 2011, and get ample playing time on Boston’s roster.
Brooks struggled in two seasons in Brooklyn with a lack of playing time, going from 29.4 minutes per game and 47 starts in his rookie season on the 24-58 New Jersey Nets to just 12.5 per game and 2 starts on last year’s 49-33 Brooklyn Nets. Per 36 minutes, Brooks has averaged 15.5 points, 4.3 rebounds, and 2.9 assists on 44% shooting in his career.
— Marshon S. Brooks (@Marshon2) June 28, 2013
Fare thee well, #FreeMarShon movement.