I still believe in Marbury, so I guess I'm lame. He helped the Knicks go to the playoffs, his first season with the Knicks, and he played one of the best seasons of his career in the 06-07 season. Mike D'Antoni(a coach that he used to play with in Phoenix) is replacing Isiah Thomas. And since the team is going to use an uptempo offense, D'Antoni is likely going to give Marbury the freedom to score more on offense. I predict Marbury is going to average somewhere between 15-18 points per game, next year, and 5-7 assists. That may not be his 20 and 8 that he averaged before, but if his defense is up to par(which it was in the 06-07 season) then the Knicks will finish with at least 30 wins next year, and potentially a playoff spot, if Donnie Walsh gets that trade done with Memphis.