March 25, 2013
Things aren't getting any easier for Amar'e Stoudemire.
His tumultuous career with the Knicks took its latest dip when it was reported over the weekend that Stoudemire would miss six weeks due to a knee injury.- After missing the first 30 games of this season while recovering from an injury to the same knee, it is now looking like the Amar'e signing will never fully work out.
The latest news involves how the Knicks could have avoided going after Stoudemire in 2010. -According to Frank Isola of the New York Daily News, former head coach Mike D'Antoni wanted the Knicks to re-sign David Lee instead of going after Stoudemire.
Stoudemire was very productive in his first year before the Knicks went out and traded for Carmelo Anthony in the spring of 2011.- Since that trade, Stoudemire and Anthony have never seemed comfortable when playing together on the same court.
Lee on the other hand, was an All-Star this year and has helped lead the Warriors to a surprise 36-29 record this season (including a 92-63