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GREENBURGH, N.Y. – Amare Stoudemire has come forward to address the swirl of fury that has enveloped his recent injury.

At the conclusion of the Knicks Game 2 loss to the Miami Heat it’s been reported that Stoudemire injured his hand punching a fire extinguisher case in anger over the team’s woes.

Today at the team’s practice facility he offered up an explanation for the incident that lacerated his left hand and that has sidelined him for the team’s crucial Game 3 match-up.

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