According to many, the lifetime of two-time NBA All-Star Stephon Marbury is going to be on display during a new powerful black documentary.
“A Kid from Coney Island” will show how Marbury “..went from making $20 million a year to zero.”
Marbury grew up within the housing projects of Coney Island, made his thanks to the NBA, playing for 12 seasons from 1996 to 2009, cementing himself as a legend together with his flashy sort of play.
In 2010, Marbury moved to China to play professionally within the Chinese Basketball Association, becoming a six-time All-Star.
According to the producers, Forest Whitaker and Nina Yang Bongiovi, “Stephon’s journey isn’t without its turbulences, but that’s real world .. He’s a cultural ambassador between Asia and America today — and that we love seeing him rise and encourage many youths around the world.”
The film is reportedly directed by Coodie Simmons and Chike Ozah, and executive produced by Kevin Durant and Rich Kleiman. Among those also featured within the film “A Kid from Coney Island” are Fat Joe, Stephen A. Smith, Cam’ron, and Chauncy Billups, all helping piece together the legend of 1 of the simplest to ever roll in the hay.