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Marbury Rules China

March 29, 2011 By: Katchop Category: NBA

Stephon Marbury has become a mega star in China, where he recently won the MVP award in the CBA All Star game.

Stephon Marbury was named the MVP of the recent Chinese Basketball Association All Star game, though the rule permitting foreigners to use nunchucks while on the court likely aided him.

Stephon Marbury was named the MVP of the recent Chinese Basketball Association All Star game, though the rule permitting foreigners to use nunchucks while on the court likely aided him.

From The Washington Post

NBA bad-boy Stephon Marbury is happy to be in a country where people clamor for his autograph. His new Chinese team, the Foshan Dragon Lions, doesn’t win much – it’s now fourth from the bottom of the league – yet local fans and media still applaud the biggest American name in Chinese basketball.

“China is a positive place, what can I say,” said Marbury, who during his time with the Knicks, from 2004 to 2009, became so unpopular that the New York Daily News called him “the most reviled athlete in New York.” The Chinese, unlike Americans – and particularly New Yorkers – “don’t fill their souls with negativity,” said the 34-year-old point guard, who is known here in China as Ma-bu-li.

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