Stephon Marbury Wants to Make an NBA Return

Stephon Marbury Wants to Make an NBA Return

Stephon Marbury Wants to Make an NBA Return

Did Stephon Marbury find a fountain of youth in China?

Now, Marbury says he's ready to "turn towards the last page of my basketball diary that I've been writing since 95 when I left Lincoln High".

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Starting in 2010, he went to China and went on to become a pioneer for other American hoopsters heading to that country - and he became a legend in Beijing. It's true. An NBA comeback is coming.

He hasn't played in the league in almost 10 years and he's a 40-year-old point guard who probably has very little to offer on both ends, so it's hard to imagine him having a successful comeback attempt.

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A two-time NBA All-Star, Marbury was the No. 4 pick in the 1996 draft.

Marbury, a Brooklyn native, had a tumultuous five-year stint with the Knicks that included clashes with coaches and teammates - and little success on the court.

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"I'm making a #nba come back for the fans who want to see me play my a year ago as a pro", Marbury wrote on his Instagram page. He's also played for the Timberwolves, Suns and Nets, and has career averages of 19.3 points and 7.6 assists. Marbury announced in July he had signed with the Beijing Fly Dragons for his final season in the Chinese Basketball Association, but it looks like those plans might be put on hold if he can make a return to the NBA. It ended with the Knicks and Marbury agreeing on a buyout in 2009 after the point guard was benched for his final season in NY.

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