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As you have by now heard NY Knicks forward Amar’e Stoudemire suffered a hand laceration on Monday evening during an altercation with a fire extinguisher case. Friday, Stoudemire tweeted a picture of his hand, stitches and all: Ouch. Stoudemire’s status for game 4 is still doubtful. -ALR
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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...
Amare Stoudemire learned the hard way that you can't punch glass and get away with it. It was a tough lesson to learn, but it could have been a lot worse. The Knicks big man tweeted out a photo of his stitched-up hand, just a few days after severing it while punching a glass fire extinguisher case following Game 2 of the Knicks' series with the Miami Heat. "A millimeter...
Amare Stoudemire revealed his stitched-up hand today on Twitter, just a couple days after the frustrated power forward punched the glass case of a fire extinguisher. Damn, that looks pretty bad.From the original report by Rachel Nichols of ESPN, Stoudemire's hand was bleeding pretty badly, so it's no surprise why his hand looks like this.Will be interesting if he plays with...
New York Knicks forward Amare Stoudemire reportedly will start Sunday in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference first-round playoff series against the Miami Heat. Stoudemire, who practiced Saturday, will play despite having a heavily bandaged left hand, ESPN.com reported. The Heat lead the series 3-0 and Stoudemire missed Game 3. Stoudemire cut his left hand when he punched a fire...
Earlier today, New York Knicks star Amare Stoudemire decided to share a photo via his Twitter page of his injured left hand.
Stodemire injured his hand after punching a fire extinguisher at American Airlines Arena in game two of the Miami Heat/New York Knicks playoff series.
The below photo is not for the squeamish but safe for work:
(Courtesy of Amare Stoudemire's Twitter)
As you may figure, once the good folks over at Next Media Animation caught wind of the Amare Stoudemire fire extinguisher punching incident, there would be an awesome video about it.Below is the spoils of their labor:
Taiwanese animation can be pretty awesome, especially when it comes to sports. After Amare Stoudemire's recent incident, Next Media Animation compiled a story about the New York Knicks season leading up to Stoudemire's incident.Take a look, you'll enjoy it.
Amare Stoudemire will start for the New York Knicks in Game 4 of their series against Miami, six days after cutting his hand punching a fire extinguisher case.
Interim coach Mike Woodson says Stoudemire will play in Sunday's game with padding covering his hand. Stoudemire was hurt after Monday's Game 2 in Miami and had surgery to repair a muscle the next day.
GREENBURGH, N.Y. (AP) -- Interim coach Mike Woodson thinks Amare Stoudemire is going to play for the New York Knicks on Sunday in Game 4 against the Miami Heat.
With the Heat up 3-0 in the series, the Knicks got some good news when Stoudemire was able to work out with his lacerated left hand wrapped. He was injured when he punched a fire extinguisher case after Game 2, hitting some...
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After punching a fire extinguisher because he was mad that Carmelo took 26 shots and he only took 9 the Heat beat his Knicks 104-94 to take a 2-0 lead in the series, Amar'e Stoudemire is saying he might be able to come back for Game Four. Not Game Three tonight, first of all, where he will have to sit out because he punched a fire extinguisher, but Game Four on Sunday. The reason...
Although we believe this depiction may not be 100 percent accurate.
Amare Stoudemire and Iman Shumpert are sidelined. Jeremy Lin isn't back yet.
So where are the New York Knicks supposed to find enough offense to compete with the Miami Heat, and avoid setting a new NBA record for postseason futility?
''I don't know. We've got to figure that out,'' Carmelo Anthony said Wednesday. ''Some way, somehow, everybody...