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Stephon Marbury has an emotional moment while speaking at NYU

Former NBA All-Star, and three-time Chinese Basketball League champion Stephon Marbury had an emotional reaction after listening to 19-year-old student Sheng Kang Zheu from Beijing, China talk of how important it was having the former Knick play for his home city in China at Founders Hall, NYU in Manhattan on Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2017. (Credit: Patrick McCarthy)

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