The NBA Trade Deadline has been and gone, with the New York Knicks only making minor moves as the clock ran out on Thursday night. Despite rumors of a potential trade of Iman Shumpert or Amar'e Stoudemire, the Knicks were much quieter when it came down to it. Show More Summary
TORONTO -- "It is not a great feeling right now," Amar'e Stoudemire said, putting it lightly. A few minutes prior, the New York Knicks big man sat alone at his locker, hands clasped, head down. With a 100-98 loss to the Toronto Raptors on Friday, the Knicks have dropped four straight. Show More Summary
Hoopsworld's Alex Kennedy reported earlier today that the New York Knicks have asked the Atlanta Hawks about their interest in a trade that would send Josh Smith to New York in exchange for Amar'e Stoudemire and Iman Shumpert. The dirty...Show More Summary
There are NBA trade rumors, and there are dreams. And then there are ideas that are tossed in the air like a pizza dough, with hopes of it landing on the plate freshly baked and extra crispy. Alex Kennedy of Hoopsworld wrote about a possible deal that could send Amar'e Stoudemire and Iman Shumpert to the Atlanta Hawks in exchange for Josh Smith. Show More Summary
New York Knicks superstar Amare Stoudemire tweeted on Sunday that he found alleged cop killer Christopher Dorner's manifesto "interesting" and a "must read." Dorner, who is believed to have killed at least two police officers in addition...Show More Summary
Amare Stoudemire has appeared in 20 games this season for the New York Knicks and averaged 13.6 points per game. If he continues to compile his points at the same rate for the rest of the season, he will finish this season with his lowest scoring average over a full season since his rookie campaign when he averaged 13.5 points per contest. Show More Summary
Hey, it’s not like Amar’e always displays the best sense of judgment. But he’s actually not alone on this one. The NBA baller tweeted a link out to cop-killer Chris Dorner’s manifesto Sunday, calling it a “must read.” Via NYDailyNew...
Amar'e Stoudemire has been playing incredible basketball since his return from that nagging knee injury, and the New York Knicks' management need to keep him involved in the team's plans for the future—at least for the duration of his contract. Show More Summary
After a long period of recovery and uncertainty, Amar'e Stoudemire has reestablished himself as a key contributor for the New York Knicks. If you're just looking at Stoudemire's stat line, it's difficult to see how his season has been a success so far. Show More Summary
Who will be the NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year in 2013? The Los Angeles Clippers’ Jamal Crawford? The Oklahoma City Thunder’s Kevin Martin? The New York Knicks’ J.R. Smith? What about Amar ’e Stoudemire? The Knicks have lost three of their...Show More Summary
Greg Oden will face an uphill battle in his return to the NBA. If he is able to return to full strength, like Amar'e Stoudemire and Jason Kidd, he provides a high rate of return for the team that assumes the risk of signing such a chronically injured player.
Amar'e Stoudemire was expected, upon his return from knee surgery, to cause problems for a New York Knicks team that got off to a torrid start without him. On the contrary, STAT is thriving in his new role off the bench and has become a dominant weapon for Coach Mike Woodson. Show More Summary
Carmelo Anthony might one day be considered the greatest All-Star in New York Knicks history. He scored 29 points in last year’s NBA All-Star Game, tied for second most by a Knick in All-Star history (with 2011’s Amar’e Stoudemire).Show More Summary
With the way the New York Knicks' rotation has played out, this team has an advantage that no other can match. The Knicks have a bench made of rich mahogany, while a team like the Heat have a bench carved from a crusty old log. J.R.Show More Summary
The New York Knicks’ bench is staking a claim as the best in the NBA, thanks mostly to Amar ’e Stoudemire and J.R. Smith, backups who could easily start on most other teams. Even in the loss to the Washington Wizards, these two combined for 32 points (one-third the team’s total), eight boards and three blocks in 63 minutes. Show More Summary
Ever since one of the biggest trades in recent NBA history went down in February of 2011, there have been questions regarding the on-court relationship between the centerpiece of that trade, Carmelo Anthony and Amar'e Stoudemire—whoShow More Summary
THE FACTS: Carmelo Anthony went for 27 points and seven rebounds, Amar'e Stoudemire scored 20 points and J.R. Smith added 16 as the Knicks won their fifth straight, beating the Detroit Pistons, 99-85, at Madison Square Garden.
So much for the New York Knicks not needing Amar 'e Stoudemire. Having posted a 21-9 record through the first 30 games of the NBA season without Stoudemire, his return was considered a hindrance above all else. New York couldn't win with him, but it was winning without him. Show More Summary
Since the New York Knicks acquired Carmelo Anthony in February 2011, the big question hanging over the franchise has been whether he and Amar'e Stoudemire can coexist. The two All-Stars struggled to develop chemistry during their first...Show More Summary
Amare Stoudemire sat through the sluggish start, and had one thought in mind when it was his turn to change it. ”Dominate,” he said. ”Dominate is the main objective. That’s the only thought that I think when I go in the game.” That’s exactly what Knicks did. Really, really dominate. Stoudemire was 10 for 10 from the field [...]