Houston, 37, spent one week and one game with the Knicks during last year’s preseason, but told reporters he planned to try again this year. Rich Zuckerman of SNY.tv has this story on the Website.
Meantime, Marbury told the New York Post he won’t accept a buyout of the $21.9 million he’s owed and wants to remain in New York if he’s wanted.
“There wouldn’t be no negotiation,” Marbury told The Post. “They’re going to give me all my money. … If they want to waive me and give me all my money, fine. If not, I’ll try to help this organization win the championship. They told me to come to camp in the best shape of my life and I did that. But I don’t want to be in a place I’m not wanted.”
In this video interview with Bruce Beck of NBC, Marbury says he won’t take “a penny less” than he’s due.
Otherwise, he could end up with Miami, Boston, San Antonio or the Clippers.