Michael Jordan jerseys for Kids
Countless NBA people probably dreaded dealing with jordan in his prime, but former Knicks and Nets point shield Stephon Marbury doesn't apparently love going after the NBA legend off the courtroom.
With Marbury focusing on re-releasing his "Starbury" footwear that cost buyers just $15 to wear, he's also railing against Jordan along with his uber-expensive Nikes.
PLUS: Marbury states he had suicidal thoughts in 2009
Some tips about what he stated on Twitter across week-end:
Jordan was robbing the bonnet since. Toddlers dying for footwear while the just face this dude tends to make is I don't care. The time will change!— I WILL BE SERENITY STAR (@StarburyMarbury)
That is the point. For every single human body.— I WILL BE SERENITY CELEBRITY (@StarburyMarbury)
He doesn't care!! He cares about what he did to Byron Russell— IM SERENITY CELEBRITY (@StarburyMarbury) — I'M COMFORT STAR (@StarburyMarbury)
Real people understand. I'm from the young ones getting killed for Jordan's. We hate that this guy wont change that. Greedy!— I'M SERENITY CELEBRITY (@StarburyMarbury)
I hate whenever children cry since they can't understand this guy shoes simply because they can't manage to get them. It's hard on moms— I AM COMFORT STAR (@StarburyMarbury)
This is not initially Marbury has actually assaulted Jordan. Back in 2011, he utilized Twitter to train against Jordan while the Charlotte Bobcats (now Hornets) owner (via CBS Sports):
"Micheal Fake Jordan is a sell out. #Stage. He forgot which hole he arrived on the scene of. We said it "Stephon X Marbury"... MJ went from MJ the black colored cat to some guy who forgot he was a person. Offer your group if you fail to make a profit.. Your just an everyday guy now!
"He's simply a man. I'm sure he's some people's GOd but real is real. Guy forgot he played and demanded hundreds of thousands... he wasn't my idol I just adored his game. He never ever performed absolutely nothing that we knew planning to change the life off the court other then hit cats within the head for a 100 150 dollar sneakers but still carrying it out."