ESPN Films has just released a new documentary about Stephon Marbury's affordable line of signature sneakers, Starburys. 

Dubbed "$15 Kicks," the short film takes us from the 1996 NBA Draft when Stephon was drafted, up until the sneakers inception, and how people were once lining up for the affordable Starbury sneakers back in the days. 

The shoes originally launched at the now defunct retail store Steve & Barry's and Marbury was viewed as a modern day Robin Hood for his efforts in supplying the community with functional, yet affordable, basketball sneakers. 

Of course, the Starbury sneakers have become a joke over the years as Marbury now has plans to release a Starbury "Yeezy Boost" knock-off, but this documentary shows the true intentions behind the Coney Island Kid's sneaker line.