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New York Knicks
Last season was a nightmare for the New York Knicks. First, the Knicks underachieved finishing with the 7th seed in the East. That wasn't the worst part. The Knicks were plagued by the injury bug. In the shorten season Carmelo Anthony missed 11 games and Amar'e Stoudemire missed 19 games. Even Jeremy Lin missed the majority of the second half the season. What was the result of these injuries? Bill Walker (8 starts), Toney Douglas (9 starts), and Baron Davis (14 starts) all saw big minutes. The roulette in the backcourt, combined with a terrible start to the season, forced the Knicks to play catchup. They were knocked out in round one of the playoffs by the Miami Heat.
This offseason the Knicks went under a philosophical change. With a new head coach in town, Mike Woodson, the Knicks went heavy on defensive talents in free agency. The Knicks added a ton of depth in the post, and upgraded the point guard position from Lin, Davis, and Douglas to Raymond Felton, Jason Kidd, ...
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Knicks forward Amare Stoudemire will have left knee surgery and is expected to miss six to eight weeks.
The announcement Tuesday means Stoudemire could miss more than twice as long as the Knicks originally estimated when he was hurt during the preseason.
The team says he will have a debridement, which is the removal of tissue.
Stoudemire played in one preseason game but was bothered...
New York Knicks power forward Amar'e Stoudemire will seek a second opinion on his injured left knee which could keep him sidelined for the first month of the NBA regular season, reports Frank Isola of the New York Daily News.Amare Stoudemire is seeking a second opinion to determine the severity of the left knee injury that could keep the Knicks power forward sidelined for the...
Yesterday, the New York Knicks announced that Amar'e Stoudemire will miss the first 6 weeks, at least, of the upcoming NBA season after re-examining his left knee. Stoudemire missed significant time last year in a shortened season, and had micro-fracture surgery on the same knee in 2005.
So, it begs the questions, how much of an impact can Stoudemire make to the Knicks? Last...
Amare Stoudemire's ailing knee has finally put him on the shelf. The All-Star forward will miss the first six week of the season after re-injuring his surgically repaired left knee. The injury, which occurred on October 19th, turned out to be more serious than anyone initially thought.According to Chris Broussard of ESPN New York, Stoudemire ruptured a popliteal cyst in...
Amar’e Stoudemire will miss the first six weeks of the 2012-2013 season due to a “knee injury.” Amar’e was originally said to be on pace to miss 2-3 weeks after rupturing a cyst in his knee vs Toronto during the preseason. But, after further review, Stoudemire is declared to be sidelined for at least 6 weeks, after re-injuring his surgically repaired left knee. Stoudemire...
There are rumors flying here in NYC that Amare Stoudemire will be out for even longer than once expected. I cannot confirm these rumors and I have in fact debunked a few of them, but some of the sources have been reputable. Let us for a second assume these rumors are true and Stat is out until early December at the earliest.
Where do the Knicks go from here with Amare and his...
With all the problems the Knicks had getting their lineup to play well together last season, maybe this isn't bad news.
Amar'e Stoudemire will miss the first six weeks of the NBA season with left knee problems, Chris Broussard of ESPNNewYork.com reports. Stoudemire had microfracture surgery on that knee in 2005, and he ruptured a popliteal cyst in the same...
The New York Knicks frontcourt is already battling injuries as Amar'e Stoudemire is out with an ailing left knee, Tyson Chandler is treating a left-knee bone bruise and Marcus Camby is out until at least Tuesday with a calf strain.
Knicks power forward Amar'e Stoudemire spent Friday in the team's Westchester campus treatment room and will reportedly have his MRI exam...
The New York Knicks will be without power forward Amar'e Stoudemire for at least 6-8 weeks after he re-injured his surgically repaired left knee, according to ESPN.
The news comes as a blow to the Knicks, who initially expected Stoudemire to return within two to three weeks after he ruptured a popliteal cyst behind the knee during the Knicks' exhibition game against Toronto...
Since the Knicks signed Amare Stoudemire in 2010, and acquired Carmelo Anthony in 2011, Knicks fans have come out of the woodwork and brought passion back to the Garden. This off-season, they continued to build around their superstars and added veteran toughness and leadership in Jason Kidd, Kurt Thomas, Rasheed Wallace, and Marcus Camby. Yes, these guys make the Knicks one of the...