Amare Stoudemire may have signed with the Knicks over the summer, but his real welcome to New York was last night, when the crowd at Madison Square Garden booed him as the Knicks' lost for a fifth time in a row. And reporters found the nearly $100 million man "visibly dejected" as he tried to make sense of how terrible his new team is, "I’m not sure if it’s the fact maybe a winning mentality has never been here." In other words, "I left Steve Nash for this?"

Stoudemire added, "I’m not used to that. We don’t have that sense of urgency. It’s almost as if it doesn’t matter. That’s something I’m not used to. I try to instill the fact that we have to play with sense of urgency. It’s not like we won four games in a row, we lost four games in a row. We just still are not having the sense of urgency. We’re not showing that we really want it...We just can't have guys complacent and comfortable with losing...I can't stand that. It's more attitude. It's more heart. We have to show more heart and go after it."

He also said, "It's definitely something that I'm not accustomed to. It's not fun... We're a young team and we make mistakes but we can't keep doing the exact same thing every night. We just gotta find a way to grow up."