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It’s not everyday that an NBA team’s superstar also fills the role of X-Factor.But with Amar’e Stoudemire having just recently made his return to the court, that’s exactly what he could represent.Overcoming obvious obstacles in the form of injuries to Stoudemire and Jeremy Lin, the Knicks powered through to a 9-4 record with both players sidelined. Thanks to an M.V.P.-like month of April by Carmelo Anthony, the team hasn’t missed a beat at all. Already having clinched a spot in the postseason, New York still has its sights set on climbing the playoff ladder to sixth seed before the season comes to a close. Re-arriving just in time for a playoff party, Stoudemire stands to elevate his team tremendously at such a crucial time. The Knicks have been playing some of their best basketball of the season under Coach Mike Woodson, and though Stoudemire has sat out nursing his back injury as of late, he too showed early signs of promising things to come under the new coach.The man otherwise k...
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Amar’e Stoudemire wanted to finish off the regular in strong fashion, and he did just that in the form of one monster poster. Tyrus Thomas was the unfortunately on the receiving end of the dunk and he would have been better suited to just get out of the way.
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New York Knicks forward A'mare Stoudemire threw down a powerful one-handed dunk over the top of Charlotte Bobcats forward Tyrus Thomas during the third quarter of Thursday night's game.
The dunk got the Knicks bench players, and even some of the hometown Bobcats fans, out of their seats.
Stoudemire scored 21 points to help the Knicks to a 104-84 win.
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Amare Stoudemire is just getting warmed up for the Miami Heat by putting the Bobcats Tyrus Thomas on a poster in the Knicks final regular season game Thursday night. The Knicks sent the Bobcats to their 23rd straight loss. The Knicks roll into South Beach to take on the Heat Saturday afternoon at 3:30 PM ET.
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After undergoing left knee surgery on April 2, Jeremy Lin returned to practice with the Knicks on Wednesday, leading to questions surrounding the return of Linsanity for the Knicks if they can extend their season...
Looking towards the upcoming NBA playoffs, the New York Knicks rested three starters and planned to limit Amare Stoudemire's minutes Thursday night in the season finale against the Charlotte Bobcats.
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here is a pumper promo for all us knicks fans to keep us pumped throughout this month showcasing our superstars, defense, bench and of course Jeremy LIN in our fight to the playoffs !!! i hope every knicks fan can see this as ill also be trying to make new ones as long as we keep winning of course!!
Tebowmania" and "Linsanity" are catching up with him fast, but NASCAR's Jimmie Johnson is still leading the field as America's Most Influential Athlete, according to Forbes.
The 36-year-old perennial Sprint Cup Series champ, whose talent and guy-next-door demeanor endears him to fans, emerged on top of a host of NFL quarterbacks and other elite athletes to...
After the shortened 66-game regular season came to an end last night, the NBA playoffs will begin tomorrow. Here’s what you’re likely to see in the Eastern Conference.
Here’s a link to the first-round playoffs schedule.
(1) Chicago Bulls (50-16) vs. (8) Philadelphia 76ers (35-31)
Despite having the services of the 2011 MVP, Derrick Rose, for only 39 games this season, the...
Paul Flannery, as Paul Flannery does more often than just about anybody, did a fantastic job detailing why Avery Bradley deserves the Most Improved Player Award in a column published three days ago. You should read the entire piece if you haven’t already, but here are the meat and bones of Bradley’s Most Improved case:Bradley’s rise is no less remarkable. He played only 162...
Glen Grunwald had the interim label removed from his title on Tuesday when the New York Knicks named him their executive vice president and general manager. Grunwald joined the Knicks in 2006 as the team's senior vice president of basketball operations. He had been the general manager of the Toronto Raptors from 1994 to 2004. He has served as New York's interim general...