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Amare stoudemire

It's smoother than UB40.
The Knicks had a strong week on the court but received troubling news: Amar'e Stoudemire needs knee surgery and will be out six weeks. And Carmelo Anthony still hasn't returned to the lineup.
Returning home from their trip to London to take a vacation, err, play the Pistons, the Knicks had a busy seven days, going 2-2 overall.
Before the Knicks brought in Carmelo, it was hard to imagine the return of a player who was the face of the franchise during his first Knicks season would be greeted with so much anxiety.
Sometimes "Sorry bro!!" doesn't cut it with the NBA.
Sources previously told ESPN that Jackson would likely be "fascinated" by the idea of coaching the Knicks—but Jackson revealed he was the exact opposite of fascinated: “I wasn’t gonna take that job, that’s for sure.”
Thanks to the heroics of Carmelo Anthony, physical play of Amare Stoudemire and clutch-shooting Mike Bibby, the Knicks beat the Heat 89-87. Relive the game below!
Two bad losses to the Miami Heat, Fire Extinguishergate, and a potential dubious playoff record looming: the Knicks are not exactly in great shape heading into Game 3 at the Garden tonight.
Stoudemire later Tweeted, "I am so mad at myself right now, I want to apologize to the fans and my team, not proud of my actions, headed home for a new start."
It's true that the Knicks have been playing their best non-Linsanity basketball of the season the past three weeks (give or take a Cleveland stinker). But do they really stand a chance against the big guns from South Beach?
Despite what the Charles Barkleys of the world might say, the Knicks have been playing their best non-Linsanity basketball of the season over the last few weeks—and now they'll be getting star Amare Stoudemire back.
"When [this season] came together for us, it was a beautiful thing...The way it exploded for Jeremy and kind of followed for several of us; just to follow in his wake has been very cool.”
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