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    Default where's marbury?

    i completely understand him taking time off to mourn the death of his father, but i'm beginning to wonder if that's all there is to the story. i would not be even remotely shocked if he doesn't ever return to the team.

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    Nah, Marbury won't desert the team like that, his heart is in the knicks, he took the time off cuz he didn't want to cripple the team's play, Marbs will be back n ready to help this team.....

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    Steph Will Be Back On Monday And I Bet U He Will Be Motivated To Help The Knicks. He Is Just Having A Tough Time. I Hope When He Is Back, Isiah Lets Him Be Himself, Let Him Run The OffenSe And Set Up His Team Mates. Don't Let Crawford Run The Offense. And Steph Has A Good Chemistry With Randolph, It Almost Reminds Me Of Him And Kg In Minnesota Without Him Running The Show Like He Did In Minnesota With Kg. Isiah Is Not A Good Coach, He Does Not Know How To Use His Players To Their Potential. Remember Channing Frye Last Year, He Was Not A Factor As Opposed To The Year Before Last Year When Larry Brown Was The Head Coach. He Used Frye To His Potential And Also Let Marbury Did His Thing Which The Knicks Wound Up With A Six Game Winning Streak Before Steph Went Down With A Shoulder Injury.

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    i think it was 7? idk but i wouldent start him the first game he returns...i would bench him and see how good he does if he does he gets his starting spot

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    yup, i was wrong. i hope he's feeling up to running this team, because, no matter anyone's opinion on steph, the team definitely didn't win without him.

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    Originally Posted by thekidd13
    i think it was 7? idk but i wouldent start him the first game he returns...i would bench him and see how good he does if he does he gets his starting spot
    Marbury is the best guard on this team. No reason to bench him.

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    Originally Posted by metrocard
    Marbury is the best guard on this team. No reason to bench him.

    Other the whole fact he's he hasn't played in over week and most likely hasn't touched a ball in that time period? He's not going to be in basketball shape bring him off the bench. Not to mention Jones and Crawfod have been a solid combo.

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