"I'll play him for his contract."
Retired NBA player, and current member of the Big3 League, Kenyon Martin recently sat down with Hot 97's Ebro and Peter Rosenberg to talk about all things hoops, including Phil Jackson and the state of the New York Knicks.
In speaking about Phil, Kenyon took some jabs at Joakim Noah, who was signed to a four-year $72 million contract a year ago.
"Picking talent? That ain't his strong suit, as you can tell," he said. "The man gave Joakim Noah $70 million. Boy can't hit his ass with both hands. ... That boy sucks."
"Listen, that man shot a free throw...look it up," K-Mart continued. "And the face he made? I've never shot a ball and made that face. I've been playing basketball for a long time."
"I'll play him for his contract. Play him for his contract. Right now, off the couch," Martin said. "... [Stephen Jackson and I] look at people's skills, and we feel we should still be playing, and we can play. Just [give us] the opportunity. And you give a guy like that that kind of money for nothing?"
Noah appeared in 46 games for the Knicks last season, averaging just 5 points and 8.7 rebounds per game.
Check out Kenyon's full interview with Ebro and Rosenberg below.