Found September 20, 2012 on
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For those of you who wanted to know about Stephon Marbury's thoughts about the New York Knicks current duo of Amare Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony, Marbury recently revealed his thoughts in an interview with ESPN New York
When asked by ESPN writer Ian Bagley about the combo, Stephon stated that he didn't believe the two players complimented each other well in a basketball sense:
"Amare needs a point guard like Steve Nash (to thrive). He's a pick-and-roll guy, a pick-and-pop guy. He can't play in the half court where everything's slowed down," Marbury told ESPN New York during a brief interview in Manhattan on Wednesday.
When asked if he thought Anthony and Stoudemire could flourish together, Marbury said flatly, "Nope."
When asked about the Knicks playoff chances, Marbury was more optimistic:
"I think they have a good team," Marbury said. "They could make the second round (of the playoffs)."
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The New York Knicks have their fair share of critics and you can count amongs them former All Star Stephon Marbury who does not like what he sees in his former team. Marbury in particular doesn’t see any potential with the pairing of Carmelo Anthony and Amare Stoudemire. When asked if the pair could “thrive” [...]
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But it definitely must be a change of scenery for Amare, cause he don’t get that kind of love in NYC.