HoopsHype Amare Stoudemire rumors

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Stoudemire said he could take a break every 10 games or so but nothing’s set. “Something we’ve talked about for a long time,’’ Stoudemire said of the break. “So many games, five games in seven nights, played every back to back and tough matchup. Depending on the schedule, we’ll see what makes the best sense when medical staff looks at the schedule.’’ New York Post

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You recently moved to New York. Are you a Knicks fan now? Taylor Swift: Yeah, totally. You realize they’re not very good. Taylor Swift: I love them, though. Why does that matter? So you run into a bunch of different, interesting types of people at the Met Ball. I’ve gone the last four years. And the most normal people at that event, every single time, are Amar’e Stoudemire and his wife Alexis. I talk with them and hang with them every time I’m there. So I’ve always had this sort of love of the Knicks, just because Amar’e is so cool. And also I performed at the Knicks’—at Madison Square Garden’s—Kids Talent Competition at halftime when I was 12 or 13. And ever since then I’ve had this kind of sparkly, magical opinion of Madison Square Garden and the Knicks, since they let me sing when I was a little kid. TIME

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Amare Stoudemire: I mean I've accomplished so much during my career – six-time All-Star to Rookie of the Year to FIBA Americas gold medal games to bronze medal at the Olympics to All-NBA First team... I've accomplished a lot in my career... I think the next phase in my career is to win a championship. So I want to do whatever I can from a basketball standpoint to improve as a player, to get better on both ends of the basketball court, to be an intricate part to a championship-caliber team. HoopsHype

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Looking nothing like the team that trailed the Bulls by 35 points in Wednesday's season-opening loss, the Knicks pulled off a stunning upset and got Derek Fisher his first win as an NBA coach. They erased an 11-point deficit and spoiled James' big night with a 95-90 victory. "The city is on fire," Amar'e Stoudemire said. "So much traffic driving to the game, so many fans on the streets, they're excited about LeBron being back. But we came in and spoiled the excitement. Great for us." Newsday

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Rather, Stoudemire feels healthy and with that health comes a feeling that maybe, just maybe, there can be some form of dominance up front alongside Carmelo Anthony for the Knicks this season. “My joy is there. My love of the game is there,” said Stoudemire, 32 next month. “I feel like I’m 19 again as far as how much I love to play the game of basketball. I feel youthful. To have that type of feeling again as I had my rookie year, to want to play and just want to be out there and get better as a player is pretty encouraging.” New York Post

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Amare Stoudemire: Recovery Day! Red Wine Bath !! #Kinging #Blessed #Hebrews Getting ready for the eighth day feast. Twitter @Amareisreal

Amar’e Stoudemire posted this picture to Instagram yesterday. It apparently shows him taking a red wine bath, which obviously helps anyone who has not taken a red wine bath in a while. Apparently, bathing in red wine helps recovery by boosting circulation and shifting cellulite and other scientific-ish things that come with any odd health practice. The Big Lead

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