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    Default Teams showing interest in Starbury.

    Stephon Marbury had a standing offer to the Knicks that he was willing to give up $1 million of what is remaining on his contract.

    However, Marbury changed his stance after Donnie Walsh wanted him to take roughly $3 million less.

    When asked about the $1 million offer, Marbury told The Post last night: "It's off the table."

    Hal Biagas has reached out to a number of teams already to gauge interest in Marbury. Miami, Dallas and San Antonio all have expressed interest, The Post has learned.
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    Well so much for the ignorantes believing no team in the NBA wanted Starbury.
    Funny how there were so many debeates about this, and that was one of their CORE points they held on to, now its been proven, by this and many other articles.

    Spursfag must be spinning in his small dark room he patrols 24/7,

    Owned.

    Best place for Marbury is San Antonio.

    Half court team.
    He's as good or better than Parker(career wise, ability, skill, experience, passing, pick and roll, chance to play with a player like Duncan).
    Spurs are weak in guard depth...this could be their chance to stay elite.
    Plus Parker is frail and soon to be injury prone. A thin frail man who lives in the paint(close range shots) will absorb a lot of contact and physical play in his career. Parker isn't built for that realstically speaking. Spurs need a DURABLE, STRONG, and NEW YORK CITY SWAGGER PG...on the serious note.

    Marbury
    Ginobili
    Bowen
    Duncan
    Oberto

    For the win.

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    I wonder what Spurs fans would have to say about this. They've gone a long long long time being kind of a quiet team that handled all the fundamentals. They weren't a team with swagger, as metrocard aptly states. I'm just not sure he's the type of player Popovich would want. I can't remember the Spurs ever really having a player who off-the-court is like Marbury.

    My sense is Steph just wouldn't like San Antonio as a city. I don't know Steph personally but San Antonio is a tiny tiny market. He likes to be out there in the open and in the media a lot of times. He's a NY guy and while he's been to Phoenix and Minnesota I don't think they'd compare to the small town feel he'd likely get in San Antonio. I actually think of the 3 listed in the article Miami is the city Steph would probably like the best, plus I think he'd like playing there (except #3 is already taken...). That Miami team would be a fun team to watch as it'd be Steph-Wade-Matrix. I don't know how Steph and Matrix got a long in Phoenix, but I assume it wasn't all that badly.

    I definitely do NOT think Steph would EVER start over a healthy Tony Parker-Longoria, though you could be right Parker-Longoria could could be injury prone.

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    Originally Posted by KBlack25
    I wonder what Spurs fans would have to say about this. They've gone a long long long time being kind of a quiet team that handled all the fundamentals. They weren't a team with swagger, as metrocard aptly states. I'm just not sure he's the type of player Popovich would want. I can't remember the Spurs ever really having a player who off-the-court is like Marbury.

    My sense is Steph just wouldn't like San Antonio as a city. I don't know Steph personally but San Antonio is a tiny tiny market. He likes to be out there in the open and in the media a lot of times. He's a NY guy and while he's been to Phoenix and Minnesota I don't think they'd compare to the small town feel he'd likely get in San Antonio. I actually think of the 3 listed in the article Miami is the city Steph would probably like the best, plus I think he'd like playing there (except #3 is already taken...). That Miami team would be a fun team to watch as it'd be Steph-Wade-Matrix. I don't know how Steph and Matrix got a long in Phoenix, but I assume it wasn't all that badly.

    I definitely do NOT think Steph would EVER start over a healthy Tony Parker-Longoria, though you could be right Parker-Longoria could could be injury prone.
    Even if Parker gets injured I think George Hill and Roger Mason would take over in front of Marbury. He would still be relegated to coming off the bench. And you're right, I don't see him liking SA as a city.

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    Spur fans are pretty conservative. Marbury would stick out like a sore thumb in that franchise. Look at how hated Marbury is in his own town, imagine an old fashioned blue collar Republican strong hold like San Antonio????

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    Originally Posted by metrocard
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    Well so much for the ignorantes believing no team in the NBA wanted Starbury.
    Funny how there were so many debeates about this, and that was one of their CORE points they held on to, now its been proven, by this and many other articles.

    Spursfag must be spinning in his small dark room he patrols 24/7,

    Owned.

    Best place for Marbury is San Antonio.

    Half court team.
    He's as good or better than Parker(career wise, ability, skill, experience, passing, pick and roll, chance to play with a player like Duncan).
    Spurs are weak in guard depth...this could be their chance to stay elite.
    Plus Parker is frail and soon to be injury prone. A thin frail man who lives in the paint(close range shots) will absorb a lot of contact and physical play in his career. Parker isn't built for that realstically speaking. Spurs need a DURABLE, STRONG, and NEW YORK CITY SWAGGER PG...on the serious note.

    Marbury
    Ginobili
    Bowen
    Duncan
    Oberto

    For the win.
    I think I'll choose to believe the local sports reporters who know the Spurs organization over the New York Post. Mike Monroe reported there is little to no chance the Spurs are interested. Spurs are not weak at guard. Parker, Hil (currently rated as the 3rd best rookie on ESPN), Ginobili, Mason, and Finley would all play before Marbury. Just because you wanna suck him off doesn't mean he's that good. Because he isn't.

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    retarded thread.

    who gives a **** where he goes.

    don't see why there's a spurs fan on here, but I agree with him.

    Parker is better than Marbury. Say what you like about his team members being the key difference. Parker is better. The Spurs never sign tattooed miscreants so why would they sign Marbury.

    Get the **** over it.

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    While this may or may not be true, who on earth would we get from the Spurs for Marbury?

    Ginobili + Parker?
    Duncan?

    Never gonna happen.

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    Originally Posted by bigpat33
    retarded thread.

    who gives a **** where he goes.

    don't see why there's a spurs fan on here, but I agree with him.

    Parker is better than Marbury. Say what you like about his team members being the key difference. Parker is better. The Spurs never sign tattooed miscreants so why would they sign Marbury.

    Get the **** over it.

    If you were a true Knicks fan would would care...and follow him , Zach , and Crawford for the rest of their NBA careers

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    Originally Posted by richtree
    If you were a true Knicks fan would would care...and follow him , Zach , and Crawford for the rest of their NBA careers
    Why? Do you follow Camby? McDyess? Ariza? Sweetney? Collins? How about Mark Jackson? Frank Williams? Lee Nailon? Just because these guys used to play for the Knicks doesn't mean you have to be a true fan to follow them...Will you follow Jerome James when he leaves?

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    Originally Posted by KBlack25
    Will you follow Jerome James when he leaves?
    no need to... just go to the local burger-king... he will be the fat-fuk in the booth...

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    Originally Posted by KBlack25
    Why? Do you follow Camby? McDyess? Ariza? Sweetney? Collins? How about Mark Jackson? Frank Williams? Lee Nailon? Just because these guys used to play for the Knicks doesn't mean you have to be a true fan to follow them...Will you follow Jerome James when he leaves?
    YES, YES, YES , YES , YES , AND YES

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    Originally Posted by richtree
    If you were a true Knicks fan would would care...and follow him , Zach , and Crawford for the rest of their NBA careers
    If you were a real Knicks fan you would cork that champagne screw the moment they got the hell out of town. All three of them. Simply because they were the product of Isiah's delusional 'championship' Knicks. As a matter of fact i would sleep a lot better when the last of the crew gets his fat posterior out of MSG, well i''l take that back i meant to say out of the NY state.

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    Originally Posted by richtree
    If you were a true Knicks fan would would care...and follow him , Zach , and Crawford for the rest of their NBA careers
    I'll miss the winners and support the losers that are still here. I still like to see Randolph do well. Whether or not I do or don't doesn't place my fanaticism in the hands of your opinion

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    Originally Posted by bigpat33
    retarded thread.

    who gives a **** where he goes.

    don't see why there's a spurs fan on here, but I agree with him.

    Parker is better than Marbury. Say what you like about his team members being the key difference. Parker is better. The Spurs never sign tattooed miscreants so why would they sign Marbury.

    Get the **** over it.
    Marbury career blows Parker out of the water.
    Only claim to fame Parker has is being Tim Duncan's poodle and Eva Longoria's bitch.

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    Originally Posted by metrocard
    Marbury career blows Parker out of the water.
    Only claim to fame Parker has is being Tim Duncan's poodle and Eva Longoria's bitch.
    We're not talkin about Stephon Marbury 6 years ago (who i still wouldn't have wanted on my team), we're talking about present day Stephon Marbury. You hontestly think Marbury is better then Tony Parker? Come on man. I know your cought up in the argruement but thats not even remotely close to true.

    Parker plays team ball and continues to get better every season not to mention he has rings while Marbury hasn't advanced past the first round of the playoffs.

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