HOW THINGS CHANGE
The renaissance of Stephon Marbury's basketball career continues, as he has been named an assistant coach for Beijing for the 2013 China National Games.
Stephon Marbury went to court because a former employee/mistress said he still owed her hush money. A judge ruled he still has to pay her.
Stephon Marbury may have faded from the spotlight a bit since he left the NBA to play basketball in China, but his wife could be about to recapture some of it. According to a report from TMZ.com, Tasha Marbury is in final talks to join the VH1 reality series “Basketball Wives.”
Producers reportedly approached Tasha because she is an actual basketball wife — unlike some other...
Say this for Stephon Marbury: He seems to be in a good place. Marbury, who started 74 games for the New York Knicks in the 2006-07 season only to have his career abruptly end just two years later at the age of 31, has managed to stay involved in the game that brought him fame and fortune. Unlike many other former NBA players who finish out their careers in Europe, Marbury headed...
Stephon Marbury's statue was unveiled in China on Sunday and Dennis Rodman delivered the commencement speech.
This is understandably impossible for people here in America to wrap their brains around, but Stephon Marbury is a hero in China. Marbury dominated the CBA this season and led the Beijing Ducks to their first ever CBA championship with a 4-1 series win over Guandong. Not only that, but he managed to connect with the people of China through social networks and other forms of media...
Stephon Marbury just led Beijing to its first ever CBA title, so perhaps he doesn't even care that his home in Los Angeles was recently sold at a foreclosure auction.
VICTORY AT LAST
Stephon Marbury's Beijing team won the Chinese league championship, culminating what's been a long journey for Starbury.
BAD IDEA INK
Surprisingly, Stephon Marbury is not only playing well in China, he has managed to capture the hearts of the fans -- or at least one fan, who sports a tattoo of Starbury on his leg.
Stephon Marbury never saw eye to eye with Mike D'Antoni during his time as a Knick, so after news of his resignation reached the point guard in China, he took to Twitter to take part in some schadenfreude.