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    I think in order for the KNICKS to win we need more of a pass first point guard on the roster. I am not saying we need one that cannot score or drive...but I think we should try to move Marbury to get Mike Bibby....

    Ya'lls thoughts?

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    I think we have a pass first point guard in Marbury. All that "he's selfish" stuff is old. Stephen A Smith is a nutjob. No one listens to him for his basketball knowledge. We listen to him for his loud mouth entertainment. Back on topic. Marbury's got a bum rap and has for a while in my view. Even in his so called selfish years he still averaged 7-8 assists. These same critics will tell you that the numbers don't lie so which one is it? I'm not oppose to trading any one for the right player and in my opinion Bibby is not a better PG then Marbury. If you were to say Billips or Barren Davis that would be a different story. Lastly, we need a pg that knows this team and right now that is Marbury.

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    how u say the knicks need a pass first PG and then come up wit bibby???
    well anyway, i dont know how this team would have the heart to trade marbury, he's done alot for the city of NY

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    pick up billups or a4renas....2 great free agents

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    arenas is up next year and billups would be more expensive than i'd be willing to pay...

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    we would have to do a sign and trade for either and billups is more of a passer but arenas would fit in horribly with our offense. you think he wants to feed the ball down low or juts chuck up shots?

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    Marbury > Billups. Billups isn't a pass first PG, he's been a chucker all his career. Marbury defense and team play is improving. Give Marbury two-three years to see a complete matured PG.


    I see Marbury average 15 and 9 this season.

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    Originally Posted by metrocard
    Give Marbury two-three years to see a complete matured PG.
    Marbury's skillz will start 2 decline in 2-3yrs

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    Originally Posted by FameMos
    Marbury's skillz will start 2 decline in 2-3yrs
    In two years Marbury probably won't be as explosive yes, which probably means he'll pass more, we've seen that if motivated he can play D. Plus Steph is still the heart and soul of this team, I would hate to see us win w/ out him

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    Originally Posted by Isiah's Advocate 33
    Plus Steph is still the heart and soul of this team, I would hate to see us win w/ out him
    No doubt. Totally agree

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    Originally Posted by Isiah's Advocate 33
    In two years Marbury probably won't be as explosive yes, which probably means he'll pass more, we've seen that if motivated he can play D. Plus Steph is still the heart and soul of this team, I would hate to see us win w/ out him
    **** Zach Randolph!!
    I am not advocating the Knicks trade Marbury,I actually believe he is getting better year by year and will continue to do so. But I couldn't say I would hate to see us win without him. I mean... I would hate to see them win without Ewing, and Oak and Starks and Van Gundy... But that's done, anyone that the knicks bring in and they bring us a championship I don't care who's on the team or not I will be happy, ****, even if it's friggin Randolph
    As it stands now, truely, there are no true knicks. The closest though would be Marbury and the funny thing, to me at least, the second person would be Artest and he's not even a Knick... but that's just me

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    the real question is how much do we re-sighn him for after next season, I mean as much as I like him, I doubt he gets a max deal, and our payroll will be around 58 mill, nearly 80 mill less than last season, so how much are willing to invest in Steph at Thirty plus? I'd say anywhere between 7-10 million per. What's do yall think?

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    Originally Posted by Isiah's Advocate 33
    the real question is how much do we re-sighn him for after next season, I mean as much as I like him, I doubt he gets a max deal, and our payroll will be around 58 mill, nearly 80 mill less than last season, so how much are willing to invest in Steph at Thirty plus? I'd say anywhere between 7-10 million per. What's do yall think?
    I say let him loose. He'll test the market to see what kind of value he has- and when no team shows him any respect, we'll sign him then to a 3 year deal around 25 mil in total.

    By that time, we'll find our selves a classic point guard hopefully. And Shooting Guards come an go these days as it is, so it isnt an issue if he doesn't want to settle for what we offer him.

    Nothing personal- just business

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    I don't expect the Knicks 2 resign Marbury. He'll be 33 I think and if they do sign him they shouldn't give him no more than 10mill per.

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    marbury avg 12.5 shots per game last season.....lowest of his career.

    i think hes trying to do what IT wants form him, but thats not what his game is. his game is getting the ball in the hoop....not distribution. if they could pull something off that could get a defensive minded PG whos a solid passer id like to see marbury get moved....

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