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"I told Mike Woodson a thousand times that I don’t pick and roll on Shabbos! Saturday is Shabbos, the Jewish day of rest. That means that I don’t work on defense, I don’t pass the ball, I don’t hedge on screens, I don’t rotate on shooters, I don’t turn on the oven, and I sure as shit don’t pick and roll!"
(Thankfully for the Knicks, tipoff will occur just after sunset tonight.)

"I told Mike Woodson a thousand times that I don’t pick and roll on Shabbos! Saturday is Shabbos, the Jewish day of rest. That means that I don’t work on defense, I don’t pass the ball, I don’t hedge on screens, I don’t rotate on shooters, I don’t turn on the oven, and I sure as shit don’t pick and roll!"

(Thankfully for the Knicks, tipoff will occur just after sunset tonight.)

Amar’e Back

(Source: oakleyandallen)

Look at this Downton Abbey fan

Look at this Downton Abbey fan

The NBA & The Mindy Project

(Source: blogs.thescore.com)

Amar’e’s web site is compromised because of “bulging dick.”

Amar’e’s web site is compromised because of “bulging dick.”


"Everyone knows that Steve loves New York and that New York loves Steve. I love Steve. It would be great to have him here next year."
—Amar’e Stoudemire to the NY Daily News

Amar’e wants Steve Nash in New York. Who wouldn’t, except maybe Jeremy Lin? I am not a cap expert, but unless Nash signs for the vet minimum it’s unlikely that the Knicks front office can both sign Nash and keep Lin with the mid-level, executing what would be an enticing mentor-mentee relationship.
Nash is undoubtedly more accomplished and has greater skills but he only has 1-2 good years left. We have seen Lin’s talent but what is unknown is his consistency. So what would you do if you were the Knicks?
Keep Jeremy or free Steve?

"Everyone knows that Steve loves New York and that New York loves Steve. I love Steve. It would be great to have him here next year."

Amar’e Stoudemire to the NY Daily News

Amar’e wants Steve Nash in New York. Who wouldn’t, except maybe Jeremy Lin? I am not a cap expert, but unless Nash signs for the vet minimum it’s unlikely that the Knicks front office can both sign Nash and keep Lin with the mid-level, executing what would be an enticing mentor-mentee relationship.

Nash is undoubtedly more accomplished and has greater skills but he only has 1-2 good years left. We have seen Lin’s talent but what is unknown is his consistency. So what would you do if you were the Knicks?

Keep Jeremy or free Steve?

Tonight the New York Knicks were eliminated from the playoffs, but at least Amar’e went out with this move.

Kudos to the New York Knicks for finally getting a playoff win and for providing us all with a crazy, frustrating, unpredictable, but ultimately entertaining season of basketball.

Keep your head up, Knicks fans. 

MISS

MISS

Thank You, Internet

(Source: twitter.com)

Just another Monday night for Amar’e Stoudemire
(via @seth_rosenthal)

Just another Monday night for Amar’e Stoudemire

(via @seth_rosenthal)

I assume that Amar’e is the only cat you know who wears a fedora and diamond encrusted fronts. If not, I want to live your life. 
Via @seth_rosenthal

I assume that Amar’e is the only cat you know who wears a fedora and diamond encrusted fronts. If not, I want to live your life. 

Via @seth_rosenthal

somuchfunithurts:

Landry Fields brings the Knicks smiles with his take on Bruno Mars

Landry Fields: Chemist, Secret, master of Amare Stoudemire impressions.

Two things: 1.) I’m convinced Landry Fields is actually Drake and 2.) Do the Knicks always coordinate their outfits like they’re in a Ciroc ad? They look like the nerdy version of A$AP Mob

The only positive for us during that whole week was we were watching the basketball games and we were watching Linsanity. My family was getting a kick out of it. That’s the only smiles they really had all week. It was great to see that. It’s been a tough week.
— Amar’e on coping with the death of his brother.
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