Beijing Ducks star gets some family time in NY, but is still happy to return to his new home.
Stephon Marbury got to be an MVP after all.
Former NBA star Stephon Marbury, who led the Beijing Ducks to win their first-ever title of the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) league, said on Saturday he had his promise fulfilled in this season's CBA.
The feeling of winning a championship in the Chinese Basketball Association transcends everything else for Stephon Marbury.
Beijing Ducks, led by former NBA star Stephon Marbury, clinched their first-ever title of the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) league.
Steven Marbury led the Beijing Ducks to defeat defending champions Guangdong Dongguan Bank 109-106.
Stephon Marbury snatched a game-high 30 points plus nine rebounds and eight assists as Beijing Ducks cruised past Shanxi Zhongyu 3-2 with a 110-98 home victory on Sunday.
A program about two-time NBA All-Star Stephon Marbury, who has adjusted well to life in China after moving here in 2010, will be the first of 14 nonfiction documentaries from the Vibrant China series.
It's not possible to make sense of the Beijing Ducks right now.
After four consecutive wins with his new CBA team Beijing Ducks, Stephon Marbury has one simple dream: the CBA championships.
Former NBA top draft Kenyon Martin failed to live up expectations in his CBA debut as Xinjiang Guanghui lost 102-90 away to Shangxi Zhongyu.
Beijing's new star guard is going native as he prepares to begin his third season in the CBA.