Marbury The Lakers Fan

If isn’t selected as one of Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world, for 2009, I’ll be shocked! Everything Marbury does is post worthy and he doesn’t even try. It just always ends up weird and out of left field without effort. Why isn’t he in a lab being studied by scientist 24/7, so he can be cloned and distributed to every single NBA team in the league?

The man is a virtual blogging gold mine!

The latest bit from the world of Marbury, is that he will attend the game tonight in LA between the visiting Knicks and Lakers as a fan.

“Despite being banned from the New York Knicks, is strongly thinking about attending tonight’s game in Los Angeles against the Lakers — as a fan. [...] Marbury was investigating whether he was allowed to buy courtside seats and sit among the celebs.”

Fascinating! I absolutely love this move because Marbury would be the highest paid Lakers fan still employed by the Knicks in attendance.

Uhhh, yeah…kinda awkward…just a tad.

Via Ball Don’t Lie + New York Post

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  1. Starbury will be on a NBA team roster right after the all-star break. There is a chnace he will be in Boston or even L.A. If he goes to B-Town he could join KG after a 10-year split or come to LA and join Kobe. Starbury and Kobe were selected during the 1996 NBA Draft. That was the draft were the hip-hop culture made a huge leap into the NBA. Allen Iverson the 1st pick of the ’96 NBA Draft has been the most influential player of the basketball and hip-hop culture fusion born in 1984 that is known now as The “Dunkadelic-Era” In America, 1984-Present. The “Dunkadelic-Era” will be celebrating its 25th Anniversary during the year 2009 (1984-2009).

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