Found December 01, 2011 on
Ball Don't Lie:
The rumor that had New York Knicks All-Star Amar'e Stoudemire opening up a Hebrew school in New York was probably bunko, but that hasn't stopped the big man from returning back to Sesame Street to bring a little "good" into our lives.
Literally. Here's the video:
Looks good. Now, hurry back to camp Amar'e.
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Earlier in the week, New York Knicks star Amare Stoudemire made a bet with Miami Heat star Lebron James in regards to the Ohio State/Duke game earlier in the week. Amare thought the Blue Devils would win and Lebron went with OSU to pull out the win. Well, Ohio State destroyed Duke by the score of 85-63. So, Amare had to pay up with 50 push-ups seen in the below video: (Courtesy...
If that headline doesn’t get you to click the link, then I don’t know what else to do. Amare Stoudemire actually stopped by Shalom Sesame, the Israeli version of the American classic to teach us about the Hebrew word for “good.” We checked, there is no way in Hebrew to say “good defense Knicks.” So, it’s…
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