There's always going to be objections, nay sayers, not much you can do about it, there will always be people to find the worst out of things. That's fine though, sometimes you got to just let them eat. I bet a lot of people would criticize this article before and without fully reading it, or have read without fully comprehending.
No one is saying that Marbury is perfect, not all his decisions are the best but he does put forth strong efforts into making the best choice. If someone is going to try and misuse, back stab, bring down his credibility, or knock this man and his optimistic ways out of sync he will not sit by and allow for it to happen, simple as that. I respect and can relate to that.
I see posts, messages in various parts of the net, people I talk to, and a lot of the automatically call this guy a selfish, unprofessional bum based on all the media prop. Blaming him solely for the bronze medal too? there's no end to how much you can leave on this man. He didn't have the greatest chance to win it all in regards to the previous teams he was on.
This article basically gives you a broader insight to the man you do not know about that has a horrid image painted of him. As an individual Marbury is an honorable, and giving person and this translates into his game, decisions off and on court.
You don't see many players dedicating as much time to charity work, giving back. He invests more then a lot of players would combined. It's within his nature to understand misfortune and help others-