Is Amar'e Stoudemire a Hall of Famer?
Amar'e Stoudemire put up great numbers for the Suns, but he could be remembered for his disappointing seasons with the Knicks. What are his Hall of Fame chances? Yes or no? (Insider)
Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer
So far ESPN Summer Forecast has projected the Nets to go 20-62 in 2016-17 while ESPN's Bradford Doolittle has them going 16-66 based on his statistical projection model. Brooklyn has been preaching patience as an organization since Sean Marks and Kenny Atkinson took over. The rebuilding Nets figure to play hard for Atkinson on a nightly basis, but defense and overall talent are certainly question marks.
A butter sculpture of Cavs' logo
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Why did Stoudemire retire as a Knick?
Ian Begley explains why Amar'e Stoudemire has decided to retire from the NBA after signing a contract with the Knicks.
Amar'e throws it down ... with authority
Back in March of 2010, Amar'e Stoudemire had one impressive power dunk.
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Not Shaq. Not LeBron. Not Duncan. Stoudemire in '08 was a beast. And that was after microfracture.
Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer
The Mavs signed rookie forward Jameel Warney to a partially guaranteed two-year deal, a league source said. Warney, the three-time America East player of the year at Stony Brook, played for the Dallas team in the Las Vegas Summer League.
Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer
Carmelo Anthony summed up Amar'e Stoudemire's impact in New York with this quote from the night that the Knicks and Stoudemire agreed to a buyout: "One of the main reasons I'm a New York Knick today was because of him.... When he came [to New York] he brought back some excitement to the game of basketball here in New York. There was hope when he came back. People started believing in the New York Knicks again. He was the main reason for that belief and for that hope."