Found November 29, 2012 on
The whispers have already started about New York’s awesome start to the season and how that ties into Amare’s return from his injury.
It seems they’ve found a system and its flow is effective, to say the least. But where does that leave Stoudemire and his starting role? An anonymous source in New York says that he’s fine with the idea of coming off the bench….
“All he cares about right now is helping the team and winning….He’d be fine with coming off the bench if that’s what they want….He just wants to win. He sees how well they’re playing and just wants to help. He’ll be fine with whatever they want to do.” – Anonymous
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The New York Knicks could be getting a nice Christmas present as forward Amar'e Stoudemire's goal is to return in late December and possibly play against the Lakers Christmas Day, reports the New York Post.
According to the New York Post's sources Stoudemire hasn't even ran on the court following his left-knee-debridement surgery Nov. 1.
Stoudemire said earlier...
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Amar'e Stoudemire has gone from punching a fire extinguisher last season to reportedly saying he is willing to pack a punch off of the New York Knicks’ bench this season.
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