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Stephon Marbury
Stephon Marbury
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Born: 02/20/77
Height: 6-2 / 1.88
Weight:205 lbs. / 93 kg.
Stephon Marbury: Darryl L. Dawkins #RIP You will be missed in this life time so enjoy forever with the father and my father. Your heart sang for #Jesus by your acts and doings. Family and friends know the real in who you were and what you were on earth. Life changer is what I grew to know you as a child of God. #ChocolateThunder we will miss the dunks and the amazing plays in a game that we all loved but it’s just a game. In the game of life your logic to spread love is the true way to win consistently. Your off the court presence had more of an effect then your basketball presence
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Marbury, who’s expanding his Starbury line into the Philippines and is in talks to reach into other parts of southeast Asia, is relentless about his brand and basketball, taking business calls while driving around L.A. in his red Range Rover and even late into the night because of the time difference. While he trains, he yells out “It’s just work!” during different drills. While Marbury says he’s not making the equivalent of his NBA salary in China—”To me, NBA money is $20 million a year,” he says—he believes that day is coming because of his potential reach. “You can’t stop the masses. At the end of the day, they have the most people on Earth, period, 1.6 billion,” he says.
via Bleacher Report
This is the Marbury who says China’s basketball market of 300 million players opened his eyes when he first arrived. “I said, ‘I can play basketball and build my brand,'” he says. This is the Marbury who sees a chance to remake his legacy. “This is where people go wrong with me: They want to do a story on me, but then they want to talk about New York and what happened,” Marbury says. “I’m like, ‘Dude, it’s almost 10 years, man. Let that s–t go.’ I’m touching 40 and you’re still talking about what happened when I was 28. The New York Daily News called me the most reviled athlete ever in sports history in New York. I don’t listen to them.”
via Bleacher Report