If your government or greedy corporations fail you, people will step up. One such person happens to be former NBA star Stephon Marbury, who is helping to deliver 10 million masks to New York to help with the Coronavirus Pandemic.
During the height of his career, Lamar Odom was one of the most gifted basketball players of his time but a combination of stumbles and struggles off the court robbed him of his physical gifts. Today, Odom announced he’s returning to the game that brought him fame and fortune and will be playing in China […]
After years of building his own legend in China, Brooklyn born Stephon Marbury is looking to end his basketball career back in the states with an NBA uniform.
Stephon Marbury’s tenure with the New York Knicks between 2003 and 2008 was a rocky one, to say the least. From underachieving on the basketball court to testifying about his inappropriate relations with a Knicks intern in an actual court of law, Starbury’s days playing for his hometown were anything but glamorous.
Stephon Marbury‘s glory days in the NBA are well behind him now, but he’s currently a superstar in the Chinese Basketball Association. Marbury took to Twitter to not only announce the rebooting of his budget Starbury shoe and apparel line but also took shots at Michael Jordan in the process.
Life comes at you fast. Stephon Marbury, amid a wildly successful run with the Beijing Ducks, experienced “the humbling” at the hands of Liaoning Flying Leopards’ center Han Dejun.
Celebrity is very much a double edged sword. The money and access can be amazing but the scrutiny can expose even the most polished stars as unstable. And then there are some who just bug out.
Despite winning a championship over in China, Stephon Marbury stays losing. Court documents reveal that Starbury, who is married, “chopped down” the family chef at least five times after she was hired. The Brooklyn native even shelled out almost a cool $1 million to keep the affair on the low. Yeah, that didn’t work.
Where do ex-NBA stars go to prove to the world, and themselves, that they still have plenty of game and the tank, and get paid for it? China. Turns out Allen Iverson, who is in the midst of profound divorce struggle, is hooping in the People’s Republic of China. A.I. and a group of former […]
Former New Jersey Nets big man Jayson Williams has been freed from New York’s Rikers Island prison after a long list of legal issues that plagued him after his premature retirement from the league due to injury. Williams served eighth months on drunk driving charges in New York, this after serving 18 months in New […]
You win some, you lose some. Stephon Marbury has been busy over in China, leading his Beijing Ducks squad to a Chinese Basketball Association championship. But dropping 41 in the winning game has nothing to do with the former NBA star losing his crib out in Cali to foreclosure. TMZ reports that Starbury owed $3.1 million […]