Former Penn State and Arizona State basketball player Jermaine Marshall has died.
Marshall was reportedly found dead in his apartment in France.
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Marshall played professionally for the Houston Rockets, as well as stops in Italy, Greece, France and the Netherlands, before playing with Nantes Basketball Club in France.
The guard spent three seasons as a Nittany Lion, averaging 9.8 points and 1.4 assists per game. Averaging at least 15 points a game, he played a major role in the Sun Devils' NCCA tournament run in 2014.
"The Club joins the pain of his family and loved ones and gives them all support to face this bad ordeal", the club's statement read, as translated from French.
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A cause of death has not been released by the team.
Marshall was the team's leading scorer this season, averaging 14.4 points per game - 41 total points more through 14 games than No. 2 scorer Laurence Ekperigin. Nantes has postponed its next domestic league game against ADA Blois on January 19.
In 2014, Marshall played for Arizona State for one season, and led the team to an NCAA tournament.
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Marshall then played one season for the Sun Devils in 2013-14 under then-head coach Herb Sendek after transferring from the Nittany Lions' program.