Guest nosebleed Posted April 16, 2006 Share Posted April 16, 2006 A New York Post special: The best and worst of New York Sports MOST IMMATURE 1 Stephon Marbury, Knicks Reputation as a loser getting worse every year. Yet, with opportunity to look in the mirror, at the example of Chauncey Billups, and for his teammates, Marbury would rather trade insults with Larry Brown than understand this coach offers redemption. 2 Randy Johnson, Yankees Doesn't like health questions that make him feel old, a reflection of permission given himself to sometimes behave like he's five. Stupid altercation with cameramen he thought were invading his privacy walking down a public street, then with umpire Fieldin Culbreth over ball calls in Toronto, resulting in second-inning ejection. 3 Nate Robinson, Knicks Preening while getting 34, yet still being outscored by Allen Iverson by 13 is the tip of an act that has included spitballs on the bus and a loud argument with Malik Rose in the shower. Not only looks like a kid among men, but acts like one, too. 4 Plaxico Burress, Giants Unexcused absence at break-up meeting. Slumped to only two TD catches in last eight games, just like his shoulders when the ball doesn't come his way. At least he is currently thriving in the Miami climate. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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