Suns roster now numbers 17.
The Suns waived Deonte Burton today. He wasn't at training camp. He still is expected to join the roster for D-League affiliate Bakersfield.— Paul Coro (@paulcoro) October 6, 2015
Phoenix signed the University of Nevada-Reno product, who spent last preseason with the Sacramento Kings before being waived, on September 16th. As reported by Paul Coro of the Arizona Republic, Burton will join the Bakersfield Jam, the Phoenix D-league affiliate.
Former Suns guard says Jordan "has been robbing the hood."
One of your top 10 favorite point guards to play for the Phoenix Suns in the last 15 years has fired a shot via Twitter at Michael Jordan. A shot that will likely go unanswered.
Beijing Duck Stephon Marbury launched his brand of affordable sneakers under the name "Starbury" in 2006. The shoes were offered for $15 in partnership with clothing chain Steve and Barry's. After that company went under in 2009, the sneakers were discontinued. In September of this year, Marbury took to Instagram to announce the return of the budget friendly sneaker.
A photo posted by Stephon X. Marbury (@starburymarbury) on
Saturday, Marbury delivered a public service announcement to potential sneaker buyers.
Home boy your paying 200 for Jordan's and they make them for 5 dollars. The shoes are made in China in the same places. Stay calm we coming!— I AM PEACE STAR (@StarburyMarbury) October 4, 2015
Sunday, he called out the legend himself.
Jordan has been robbing the hood since. Kids dying for shoes and the only face this dude makes is I don't care. The time will change!— I AM PEACE STAR (@StarburyMarbury) October 5, 2015
Monday, he reminded fans of the numbers.
250$ VS 15$— I AM PEACE STAR (@StarburyMarbury) October 6, 2015
Marbury has tweeted nearly 50 times on the shoe debate in the last three days. Jordan has yet to respond.