Found August 24, 2012 on
The Sport Mentalist 2:
New York Knicks power forward Amar’e Stoudemire has been one of the league’s most explosive players since being drafted out of high school in 2002. Numerous injuries have taken a toll on Stoudemire though who was noticeably slower and far less explosive last season.
But Stoudemire isn’t accepting that he is past his prime although he will turn 30 this season. Instead he enlisted the aid of former Houston Rockets’ center Hakeem Olajuwon to help him further develop his post game in hopes of getting his scoring average back above 20 points-per-game. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE »
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