Leave it to the New York Knicks to stumble into a short-term solution by leaning heavily on one of the main causes of their long-term problems. With an eight-figure salary and an injury history that could pass as a health class study...Show More Summary
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The New York Knicks power forward has been feeling frisky since being reinserted into starting lineup...so frisky, in fact, that he now thinks he's Dikembe Mutombo. Just check out the finger wag following his block of Cleveland Cavaliers...Show More Summary
Fact: Amar'e Stoudemire is the third highest-paid player in the NBA this season. He makes more money than LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony and Dwight Howard. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: ESPN Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Sure, he's had some nice offensive moments this season. But don't let 'em fool you. Amar'e Stoudemire isn't the answer for the New York Knicks now, and he certainly isn't for the future. Forget about the 18 points he recently scored against the Minnesota Timberwolves or the 22 points he just dropped on the Detroit Pistons. Show More Summary
For the first time in many years, the Phoenix Suns have a promising core of multiple young prospects. In fact, the team has not kept multiple first-round picks on the roster since Amar'e Stoudemire and Casey Jacobsen in 2002. In the 2013 draft, the Suns selected Maryland center Alex Len fifth as well as Kentucky guard Archie Goodwin 29th. Show More Summary
Amar'e Stoudemire hates it when J.R. Smith tells the truth. Following the New York Knicks' 109-90 loss to the Chicago Bulls on Sunday, Smith intimated that his team lacked heart, per The Wall Street Journal's Chris Herring: This wasn't the first time he ripped into the Knicks' will. Show More Summary
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New York's Amare Stoudemire is sitting out the Knicks' game Wednesday night against the New Orleans Pelicans.
When Earth is in danger, only NBA stars can save us. Dwight Howard, DeAndre Jordan and Amar'e Stoudemire are among the NBA stars who teamed up to make The RelativityAvengerables, a spoof of The Expendables. Each player shows off his superpowers in the bit, with all of them bringing different skills to the table. Show More Summary
Knicks forward Amar'e Stoudemire has made appearances at New York Fashion Week in the past and clearly enjoys the scene, but this year's outfit is arguably his most impressive yet. Stoudemire wore a full-length fur vest that would make Joe Namath jealous and a menorah chain for his appearance at En Noir's show. Show More Summary
This season has not been kind to the New York Knicks. Or their head coach, Mike Woodson, or their broken-down former star, Amar'e Stoudemire. And now, they're not even being kind to each other. Stoudemire is the most recent Knicks to call out Woodson, following Tyson Chandler's not-so-cryptic critique of the Knicks's loss to Brooklyn last month. Show More Summary
Amare Stoudemire and Kenyon Martin were back in uniform for the New York Knicks, who remained without Iman Shumpert and Andrea Bargnani for their game Saturday against the Miami Heat.
New York Knicks injury-prone big man Amar'e Stoudemire has quite literally bought the farm. According to Stephanie Smith of the New York Post's Page Six, " The 7-foot center just bought a 190-acre farm in Hyde Park, Dutchess County,Show More Summary
Given the way Amar ’e Stoudemire planted his left leg on the landing—awkwardly, painfully, with a grimace you could feel as much as see—people simply assumed the worst. His season was over. As it turns out, that heart-stopping moment—which...Show More Summary
? After MRIs were conducted on both players, Kenyon Martin and Amar'e Stoudemire will both miss at least two weeks with sprained left ankles. "They're gonna be out at least two weeks," coach Mike Woodson said, adding that Cole Aldrich and Jeremy Tyler will "have to play some now." Woodson also say Tim Hardaway Jr. will play. He had an X-ray on his wrist last night.
The New York Knicks say forwards Amare Stoudemire and Kenyon Martin both could miss two weeks because of sprained left ankles.