Ha! Ha! lol
He should go to Turkey with Iverson. That would be fun to see. It would also make a good buddy Comedy.Due to a contract dispute, Stephon Marbury is no longer a member of the Shanxi Zhongyu Brave Dragons of the Chinese Basketball Association.
Despite the relative fame that Marbury garnered while playing for the Brave Dragons last year, the team asked him to take a significant paycut, which wasn't something Marbury was willing to do. Moreover, each CBA team is allowed just two non-native players, and every team has filled those international spots with the season close to getting underway. So unless an international player is cut, Marbury is, in both figurative and literal senses, a man without a country
"Can two former big time NBA players with big time personalitys work together to find there way back into the NBA?"
Ha! Ha! lol
I got to see KingStarburys reaction to this lmao.
bring him back to the NYK's =]
LOL, sorry boys cant blame this one on Isiah, Crawford, Curry, Dantoni, or Walsh!
Best of luck to him tho!
I do like the he and AI thing in Turkey.
dudes, he's better then everyone else in china hands down iverson is coming off the bench over there in turkey and scoring 2 points the other day, does that mean the turkish dudes are better then A.I? HELL NO!
starbury back to NYK at veterans min.
The title of this thread makes it seem like if Marbury got cut by the team.
He wasn't cut, he turned down their offer.
When Latrell Sprewell turned down the 21 million dollars offered by the Minnesota Timberwolves, was he cut? No, they offered him a contract, and he refused to accept it. It's the same scenario here.
I find it funny how everyone's talking about "Team Starbury", yet the haterburys are the ones who keep bringing him up.
This whole story is just a waste of important news. But i did find it hilarious that one of his demands was to have Mo Taylor on the team?????
Any chance Marbury pushed Isiah to trade for Mo Taylor? In that trade deadline debacle where we also got Malik Rose?
Those faggs weren't even gonna pay him that much. Why should he sign with them?
I see him coming back to the NBA and making a big impact on a team. The Heat should sign him, they can really use his defense. The Lakers could aslo use him too, he'd be useful on any team. Its just a matter of where he decides to take his talents to
I personally don't care, but I find it funny how people want to spin the truth by giving threads misleading titles.
The article says there was a contract dispute. It did not say they told him "you're off the team."
Marbury was the one who said "I'm out", because he didn't like the offer.