I think things got so bad between LB and Marbury, LB just wanted him gone. Like you guys say, LB is old school. One of those coaches that will bench you when you don't listen. Plus, Marbury is a little too small to go up against most of the established 2 guards in the east. To put him up against the likes of Paul Pierce, Micheal Redd, D-Wade.... Not fair. If Marbury could have played along with LB he could have avg more than 10 ppg. But I would take a 10/10 guy with the Knicks winning 45-50 games anyday. That the point. If "Starbury" was more concerned about the "team", he could have sacraficed a little of his scoring ability for the good of the team. Remember any player can score, but the great ones raise the level of the guys around them. Maybe Isiah can teach "Starbury" a little about that.