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“It takes a little time, to be honest with you. It takes a lot of studying. It takes communication to be able to get things figured out. But I think for the most part we’ve been able to work hand in hand, be positive throughout the entire situation and it’s been working for us. I’ve always had a training camp and always had some time to figure out the system before the season started. This is my first time really going to a new system midseason. It’s taking time. I still haven’t found a place to live yet, still living out of a suitcase, but it’s working out for me,” Stoudemire said. ESPN.com

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But as far as his future goes, Stoudemire, 32, said that his career will continue as long as his body allows him to keep going. “There’s no timeframe,” Stoudemire said. “Depending on what my body tells me … I just listen to my body, and go from there.” New York Post

But after a series of injuries over the past few seasons have robbed him of a good chunk of the breathtaking athleticism and power that made him one of the most fearsome offensive forces in the league, Stoudemire said he has no regrets about how his tenure in New York turned out. “No, I don’t, actually,” Stoudemire said before the Nets’ 104-94 win over the Mavericks. “I can’t control how my body reacts to certain things. But, other than that, I have no regrets.” New York Post

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The NBA trade deadline turned into homecoming day, with Kevin Garnett returning to Minnesota and Tayshaun Prince going back to Detroit. Could an Amar'e Stoudemire-Phoenix reunion be next? Perhaps. Stoudemire joined the Dallas Mavericks last week after being waived by the Knicks, but he'll be a free agent again in July, and sources say he would welcome a return to Phoenix, where he spent his first eight seasons. Stoudemire loves the city, and his creaky knees could benefit from a reunion with the Suns' renowned medical staff. Whether the Suns would reciprocate the interest is unclear. But the Suns could use a scoring big man, and team officials could certainly use a PR boost after trading the popular Goran Dragic to Miami last week. Bleacher Report

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