Jimmer Fredette, Stephon Marbury Get into Shoving Match During Game in China

Jimmer Fredette, Stephon Marbury Get into Shoving Match During Game in China

Jimmer Fredette, Stephon Marbury Get into Shoving Match During Game in China

Fredette was driving for a layup late in the third quarter when Marbury tried to stop him from scoring.

His Shanghai Sharks beat Marbury's Beijing Fly Dragons in overtime. Fredette took exception to the hit, yelling at Marbury.

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Ex-Knicks and Chinese superstars Jimmer Fredette and Stephon Marbury got physical during a Chinese Basketball Association game on Friday after Marbury gave Fredette some hard contact on a lay-up. They eventually had to be separated.

Fredette has since taken the mantle of "best American playing in China", capturing CBA worldwide MVP honors last season - an award Marbury earned in 2013. He spent his first few seasons on the Minnesota Timberwolves, where he was supposed to be the Robin to Kevin Garnett's Batman. That's right: Fredette put up a Russell Westbrook-esque 50-point triple-double - for the second straight game. After starring in the Knicks' D-League, he signed with the Shanghai Sharks last August and later re-signed with the team this past July. Fredette returned to Shanghai this season after having a successful previous year in China.

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Marbury joined Beikong this summer after failing to re-negotiate his contract with the Beijing Ducks, where he won three championships in four years.

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