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Thread: Marbury Talks NBA Lockout, Says Stern Should Step Down

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    Marbury had it right all along.

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    I gotta cop me those Starbury kicks.

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    My old nemesis Marbury.....luv him as a HS player and person but I didnt
    want him on my Knicks. Marbury has always been that quiet guy in the crew.

    Big Respect goes to Marbury & Iverson (13 & 14 years in NBA), they were
    two of the most exciting guards in the NBA. Dont get it twisted.....in 1996
    when both were drafted to NBA they still lived in a low income "projects".
    We seen their dress-code on draft night.
    These two exciting guards filled NBA arenas to the max, so throughout their
    career tour in the NBA they gross above $130M in salary......practically half
    of the NBA fans in the East Coast had a #3 Jersey that belong to Iverson or
    Marbury......those two players have the right to comment on the NBA.
    Especially when the comment is about the NBA "billionair" commissioner David Stern.

    Oh yeah, I agree with Marbury.
    In the 1980's and early 90's "Jordan" saved the NBA from losing money.
    In the millenium everyone is recovering from the....Enron crashed, World
    Trade Building Plane crash, Evacuation of New Orleans & Louisana, a $250
    billion dollar war in Iraq, the price of transportation to work increased from
    $1.79 to $5.29 per gallon, Bankers crying broke, Big Multi-Billion dollar
    industrial companies crying broke, Government jobs went from 152 employed
    to only 38 employed....the Lebron James Decision gross the NBA its highest
    gross in a season within this millenium (the true amount is Stern's secret).

    Wealthy billionairs has been crying broke since the market crash in 1929,
    now their billionair grandchildren has took on this same method of crying
    of losing "pennies" in a tight budget recession after the storm...

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    Originally Posted by metrocard
    I gotta cop me those Starbury kicks.
    Lol I remember I bought the Starbury 1's when they first came out in I think 2006. They were heat and really affordable ($14.98) I had to cop 2. I remember Marbury saying that he wanted to make shoes that everyone can afford and teach people how to save money, best thing Marbury did in NY imo.




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    Originally Posted by AmareForPresident
    Lol I remember I bought the Starbury 1's when they first came out in I think 2006. They were heat and really affordable ($14.98) I had to cop 2. I remember Marbury saying that he wanted to make shoes that everyone can afford and teach people how to save money, best thing Marbury did in NY imo.




    Marbury's sneakers matched the Knicks sweatsuit perfectly

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    Marbury is smarter then a lot of people give him credit for. Much of the Starbury resentment comes from his rebellious mentality. Most blind followers dispise people that go against the grain, even if the intentions are pure.

    Actually, I respect that for many reasons...I never liked arse kissers, Uncletom's, or cowards. Be you, even if I don't like you. It's ok to be disliked....but I truly hate phony people. Starbury doesn't strike me as one of those phony types....

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