The Orlando Magic have once again recalled rookie swingman Devyn Marble from the NBA Developmental League's Erie BayHawks. The stint with the BayHawks -- which lasted just two games -- was his third of the season.
Marble, who's started seven games this season for the Magic, struggled in his two game stint, going a woeful 5-of-19 from the field for 10 points total. With the team coming out of the All-Star break, getting Marble some action was the best thing they could've done, despite his struggles.
The 56th overall pick in last June's NBA draft has struggled to find a consistently defined role with the Magic, and will most likely continue to struggle to find the court. With the team's depth on the wing, it wouldn't be surprising to see Marble end up with the BayHawks at least one more time this season so he can get some more game time and continue to develop.