Found October 21, 2012 on Knicks Journal :
Despite displaying explosiveness and scoring 18 points in the Knicks' loss to the Raptors just this past Friday, it was revealed that Amar'e Stoudemire will be sidelined a couple weeks, due to a ruptured syst in his left knee. He's returned to New York to have the injury re-evaluated.Such a blow to this still adjusting Knicks squad is quite devastating. After struggling last season, Stoudemire was being looked upon and expected to begin bouncing back with a very efficient year, if not fully emerging as a star once again.New York has a lot of depth, but all of those different weapons seem to have been put in place not only to off set the overall age of the team, but to make sure the squad's nightly attack is a balanced one.But with Stoudemire not expected to be ready by opening night of the regular season, a wrench has certainly been thrown into the Knicks' initial plans to compete at a high level right off the bat. Carmelo Anthony was looking forward to embracing...
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