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Former NBA Player Stephon Marbury Honored On China's Postage Stamp

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 04 / 21 / 15

Former NBA player STEPHON MARBURY "has a statue in front of the arena of Beijing's Wukesong Stadium, three Chinese Basketball Association titles and now he has a postage stamp named in his name and face," according to XINHUA. Fresh off winning his third championship in the Chinese basketball leagu...

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