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Derek Fisher expects Amare Stoudemire to be available for Thursday's game vs. Washington.
Posting and Toasting 3 hours ago

Game Thread: Knicks at Raptors- 12/21/14

I dunno who scheduled all these damn Knicks games, but they play *again* today in Toronto. The Knicks just pushed the Raps to OT before losing last week, so...hey, maybe they'll do that again. Or something. Updates: Carmelo Anthony is available to play today at @Raptors - Amar'e Stoudemire and J.R. Smith are both out. pic.twitter.com/uopciiS1f3 — NY_KnicksPR (@NY_KnicksPR) December 21, 2014 Melo will start along with Jose Calderon, Tim Hardaway Jr., Quincy Acy, and Cole Aldrich, unless... Might be a first - Fisher said he might adjust his lineup because of absence today of Landry...
Rotoworld 4 hours ago

Amare Stoudemire expected to play Thursday - Amare Stoudemire (F/C) New York Knicks

Derek Fisher expects Amare Stoudemire to be available for Thursday's game vs. Washington.
Posting and Toasting Dec 18, 2014

Game Thread: Knicks at Bulls- 12/18/14

Good evening! While the rest of the NBA freaks out over the Rajon Rondo trade, the poo-butt Knicks will face the heavily short-handed Bulls on national TV. Amar'e Stoudemire, it turns out, will NOT take his rest day for this one, but Carmelo Anthony will sit to give his sore left knee a break. Derek Fisher's going buckwild with his starting lineup: Calderon, Hardaway, Wear, Stoudemire and Aldrich will start today. Yeeesh — Chris Herring (@HerringWSJ) December 18, 2014 AW HELL YEAH. And for the Bulls: Rose out. Gibson gametime. Rose not at United Center and may not travel to...
Posting and Toasting Dec 18, 2014

Tonight, the Knicks may face a top-10 defense on national TV without 4 of their top 5 scorers

Iman Shumpert is recovering from a dislocated shoulder. J.R. Smith did not make the trip to Chicago because of his foot injury. And: Fisher said Amare probably won't play tonight and called Melo questionable with knee soreness — Al Iannazzone (@Al_Iannazzone) December 18, 2014 Nothing alarming here: Amar'e Stoudemire is taking a night off because the Knicks have a weirdly tight schedule this week (back-to-back matinees Saturday and Sunday). Carmelo Anthony has a chronic knee thing and won't just hang the sneakers up for real, so there will occasionally be days like this. But to my...
CelticsBlog Dec 13, 2014

Carmelo Anthony, Amare Stoudemire snap New York Knicks losing streak against Jeff Green and Boston Celtics -- Garden Report Post Game Show

The Knicks hung on in an ugly game of disjointed offense that saw both sides lose a key backcourt player. The Garden Report broke down the key matchups as they continued their journey to figure out what is going on with Rajon Rondo.
Raptors HQ Dec 6, 2014

Discuss: Amar'e Stoudemire Says The Atlantic Division is Wide Open

We can turn any quote into a conversation. Just going to leave this here. Have fun! Amar'e Stoudemire says the Atlantic Division is "wide open." #Knicks are 11.5 games back of 1st-place Toronto. More: http://t.co/5W7TlPHYww — Ian Begley (@IanBegley) December 6, 2014
Posting and Toasting Dec 5, 2014

Final Score: Hornets 103, Knicks 102

I really...like...there was no way they were going to fool me this time. At the very least, I wasn't going to care. But dammit, I got a look at Michael Jordan's stupid face, then Carmelo Anthony hit a couple threes (including that second one off a DEVASTATING Pablo Prigioni pump fake), then they held that one-point lead after coming back from 21 down and...I felt it. I wanted it. And then Kemba. He shook Pablo Prigioni with ease (I dunno why Pablo sent him right...), he got his body between Amar'e Stoudemire and the ball, and he finished right at the buzzer. It's funny, because the Hornets...

Amar'e: Atlantic Division still 'wide open'

The New York Knicks will take the court on Friday night with the third-worst record in the NBA. They have played only 20 games but are already 12 games under .500. Still, Amar'e Stoudemire views the Atlantic Division as "wide open" at this point. “With Toronto and [DeMar] DeRozan being hurt now, you never know how that team is going to end up. Brooklyn’s not playing great. The division is still open,” Stoudemire said after the Knicks' loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers Thursday night.

Amar'e 'upset' he couldn't join protest in NY

NEW YORK -- While protesters flooded the New York City streets for a second straight night following a grand jury's decision not to indict the police officer responsible for the choking death of Eric Garner, Amar'e Stoudemire was in the New York Knicks' locker room, answering questions about basketball. But his mind was elsewhere. "I'm pretty upset that I'm not protesting right now with the rest of the guys out there here in New York," he said.
Newsday Dec 2, 2014

Healthy Amar'e Stoudemire ready to play more minutes

Amar'e Stoudemire has been outspoken about the Knicks' effort, but he hasn't been critical about his role with the team.
Posting and Toasting Nov 30, 2014

Final Score: Heat 86, Knicks 79

I feel like I'm repeating myself, but: The Knicks fought. They clawed at rebounds, they dove on the floor, they stomped and shouted and snarled. In a return from back injury, Carmelo Anthony persevered through whatever stiffness he felt and posted a gritty if inefficient 31 points. Amar'e Stoudemire busted his ass after grumbling about how the Knicks weren't busing their asses, which was great. But as is their wont, the Knicks couldn't string together important stops, and when they finally approached the surface, they found new ways to sink. Derek Fisher played a funky rotation, but managed...
Newsday Nov 30, 2014

Amar'e Stoudemire's rips perfectly OK with Derek Fisher

Derek Fisher, it appears, is a firm believer in freedom of speech when it comes to conduct in the Knicks' locker room.
Newsday Nov 29, 2014

Frustrated Amar'e Stoudemire challenges teammates to pick up intensity

The players had left the visiting locker room -- except for one. Amar'e Stoudemire still had to get dressed, but he also had something to get off his chest.
Posting and Toasting Nov 26, 2014

Carmelo Anthony could mess the rest of the road trip and beyond

Journalist Marc Berman reports Carmelo Anthony's back is really bothering him. Unless something changes, it seems Melo will miss the rest of the road trip. Somehow, the Knicks still list him as "doubtful," which is silly. Tonight, Melo will spend the night watching Knicks-Mavericks from his hotel room in Dallas. There's no reason to push the guy, even with the team struggling. Amar'e Stoudemire's already shown us that back issues aren't to be trifled with. Now we're left to wonder if this is a more chronic thing that could affect the rest of Melo's season. Knicks.
New York Post Nov 26, 2014
Amar’e offers a frightful possibility for Carmelo’s back

Amar’e offers a frightful possibility for Carmelo’s back

DALLAS – Amar’e Stoudemire had back spasms during the 2011 playoffs that turned out to be related to a bulging disk. He was shut down late the following season, in...

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