Posts under Tag: Amare Stoudemire
The Sudden Decline of Amare Stoudemire

Tweet May 2, 2012 – Amare Stoudemire has encountered a ton of adversity this season. Anytime, ex-Mavs/Lakers malcontent Lamar Odom decides to whine about the adversity he’s endured this season, he should look to Stoudemire’s year for perspective. On the court, Stoudemire averaged his fewest points per game since his rookie year, a career low in rebounds and his lowest field goal percentage since his [&hellip

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Will The Dormant Lebron-Carmelo Rivalry Finally Blossom?

Tweet Apr 27, 2012 – It seems like decades ago that 18-year old phenom Lebron James and 19-year old national champion, Carmelo Anthonyembarked on their NBA careers with a mountain of expectations on their teenage shoulders. James appeared destined to lift the moribundCleveland Cavaliers franchise from perennial bottom feeders while Anthony brought relevancy and hope to the downtrodden Denver Nuggets. Part of the anticipation [&hellip

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Final Duns(TEN) Observations on the Knicks Regular Season

Tweet 1) Back when NBA fans were frivolously arguing over Jeremy Lin’sinclusion in the Rookie-Sophomore Game, I was wondering why the same fans weren’t clamoring for Steve Novak’s inclusion in the Three Point Shootout. Novak was signed as a “stretch four” in Mike D’Antoni’s offense and the Knicks’ three-point archer has far surpassed expectations. Scratch that. There were no expectations for the unknown 6-foot-10 [&hellip

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Would The Knicks Rather Sit In Miami’s Hot Seat or Run With the Bulls?

Tweet The Knicks still have a faint hope of avoiding the East’s top two seeds, Miami and Chicago, however that pipe dream relies on the historically bad Bobcats beating the Orlando Magic without Superman. Even with the sixth seed out of reasonable reach, the Knicks share the Eastern Conference’s eight best record with thePhiladelphia 76ers and don’t know which team they’ll play in the first [&hellip

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Top Duns(TEN) Observations From The Knicks Win Over Hawks

Tweet 1.) Even though, Woodson opted to rest his star center, this game solidified Tyson Chandler‘s Defensive Player of the Year candidacy. With Chandler in the lineup, the Knicks have allowed 93.8 points per game and 44.8% from the field. Previously with Chandler out of the lineup, the Knicks had allowed 118.5 points per game. The Knicks allowed 112 points and the Hawks shot 54% [&hellip

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