Maybe that’s not strong enough to illustrate this moment in Knicks history.
I know what you’re thinking, but the limits of good taste prevent me from hitting the keys my fingers are reaching for right now.
Did you hear what I heard? Stephon Marbury didn’t want to play against the Bucks? Really?
“When the trade went down this afternoon, I sat down with him and I said, ‘Look Steph, one of the principles is gone, Jamal Crawford, there’s 30-35 minutes out there and they’re yours if you want them. Are you ready?’ ” Mike D’Antoni noted. “He said the direction of the team went in a different direction. He wasn’t comfortable with the situation and he did not want to play.”
“The only thing I’m at liberty to say is that I was told they were moving forward and I’m not the person who chooses who plays and who doesn’t,” Marbury responded.
It seems that somebody isn’t being truthful.
Who are you going to believe? Go ahead, vent. Do you think Marbury should even be allowed to sit on the bench now?