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Amar'e Stoudemire shoves Shane Battier out of the way and is called for an offensive foul and then puts his hand out and then takes it away before Battier is able to get up. Battier doesn't like that and grabs Stoudemire's shorts to help him get back up from the floor.Talk about sportsmanship!
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There are athletes with class (Shane Battier) and then there are athletes with very little class (Amare Stoudemire). If you haven’t seen a lick on NBA basketball, you’ll know which one is Stoudemire here.
It looks like someone is bitter that he’ll be enjoying the second round of the NBA playoffs on his couch. Nice guys do finish first sometimes. But then again, it helps...
Knicks forward Amar’e Stoudemire had himself quite the playoff series against the Heat, didn’t he? Tearing his hand open after punching the glass case enclosure for a fire extinguisher, then missing Game 3 because of his stupidity, and finally fouling out in Game 5 after being called for an offensive foul on Shane Battier. However, what Stoudemire did to Battier after the...
As the Miami Heat finished off the New York Knicks to win their playoff series in five games, even their PA announcer got a quick jab in at Knicks forward Amare Stoudemire.
Heat PA announcer Michael Baiamonte was telling the Heat faithful that Amare had fouled out and said that he was "extinguished" from the game making light of his post game punching of a fire extinguisher...
Wow, what an awesome move. Just a slap in the face huh? What do you think Battier had to say after this? Ummm dude it's cool I didn't want to grab your hand anyway, YOU JUST PUNCHED A FIRE-EXTINGUISHER IDIOT!!!! Oh and I also forgot that we just beat the crap out of you guys and knocked you out of the playoffs. So enjoy your moment to shine, because it ain'...
Nearing the end of last night's Knicks/Heat game five, Knicks star Amare Stoudemire was called for a charging foul as Heat forward Shane Battier was knocked down by his dunk attempt.At first, Amare Stoudemire looks like he is going to help Shane up but ultimately decides against it and walks away leaving Shane on the ground:
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The Knicks were just eliminated from the playoffs, but that didn't prevent Stoudemire from expressing his wish that veteran free agent Steve Nash comes to New York.
MIAMI The Miami Heat and New York Knicks have had some most interesting playoff squabbles over the years, highlighted by brawls between the teams in 1997 and 1998.
The most recent series largely was tame on the court. But it did feature Knicks forward Amare Stoudemire cutting his left hand after whacking the glass surrounding a fire extinguisher following a Game 2 loss at AmericanAirlines...
Miami Heat apologize to Knicks' Amar'e Stoudemire for PA announcer
TNT has really stepped its Photoshop game up this year.
With all of their injuries and adversities, the New York Knicks never stood much of a chance in defeating the No. 2 seed Miami Heat in the first round of the NBA Playoffs. But at least they gave it a fighting chance, as they fell 4-1 to the eventual Eastern Conference Champions after last night’s 106-94 at the American...
Amar'e Stoudemire led the NY Knicks to one playoff win. Fouled out with 5 minutes left in the season last night. Punked Miami's Shange Battier.
Which left the $100 million dollar man,...
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Amar’e Stoudemire of the New York Knicks had some fun with Shane Battier of the New York Knicks during a recent playoff game. Stoudemire was extending a hand to a fallen Battier, but pulled the proverbial chair out from under him before Battier could connect. Damn funny if you ask me.
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<a href="http://www.mogreet.com/moshare/it/" class="moshare-button-hor" data-channel="wordpress-1.2.8" data-message="The New York Knicks faced off against the Miami Heat in the first round of the NBA Playoffs, and it wasn't all that pretty for the New York faithful. The Heat closed out the series 4-1 last night when they beat up on the Knicks...
MIAMI -- Here's an ideal way for the Heat to put a stop to all these questions about last-second situations.
Blow out the Knicks in Wednesday's Game 5.
Ever since Sunday's 89-87 loss at New York, there's been plenty of talk about why Shane Battier, not LeBron James, was guarding Knicks sharpshooter Carmelo Anthony down the stretch. Anthony hit a key three-pointer...