Mavs will also be without Amare Stoudemire (rest). #ATLHawks
Fox Sports Southwest "Thanks to the benevolence of the hapless New York Knicks, the Dallas Mavericks have added an explosive player off the bench in veteran big man Amar'e Stoudemire. The Knicks bought out his $23 million contract, making him available to join the Mavs. Stoudemire didn't seem to consider playing..." February 24
Dallas Morning News "Newly acquired forward Amar’e Stoudemire worked out with the Dallas Mavericks on Thursday morning before his new teammates face the Oklahoma City Thunder on the road later this evening. He is not expected to play. A target date for his debut is Sunday. Stoudemire signed with Dallas on Wednesday..." February 19
Real GM Basketball "Amar'e Stoudemire has committed to signing with the Dallas Mavericks, league sources tell RealGM. Stoudemire and the New York Knicks agreed upon a buyout on Sunday. The Los Angeles Clippers, Phoenix Suns and San Antonio Spurs were also interested in Stoudemire." February 17
New York Daily News "Amar'e Stoudemire's days in New York are over but he could find a new home by the end of the week. A league source told the Daily News that Stoudemire and the Knicks formally reached a buyout prior to Sunday's All Star Game and that the six-time All Star, who should clear waivers by Wednesday,..." February 16
As ESPN reported last week, Mavericks are frontrunners to sign Amar'e Stoudemire once he clears waivers. Clippers and Suns also interested
Sources: #Knicks & Amare's reps remain in talks about a possible buyout but Amar'e hasn't yet made a definitive decision about his future.
New York Post "After playing what likely was his final game as a Knick, Amar’e Stoudemire explained his imminent decision about asking for a buyout to sign with a contender is about “Father Time.’’ As Stoudemire stood by his locker after the Knicks 89-83 loss to the Magic Wednesday night, he called it “a..." February 12
New York Daily News "If Wednesday’s game against Orlando ends up being Amar’e Stoudemire’s final one in a Knicks uniform, he will leave with no regrets about his time in New York. Stoudemire said last week that he will use the upcoming week-long All-Star break to decide with his family whether to consider accepting..." February 11
New York Daily News "Amar'e Stoudemire's agent, Happy Walters, acknowledged on Wednesday that he has begun conversations with the Knicks about a possible buyout for the former All-Star big man. "I mean, I think there are a lot of options," Walters said on Daily News basketball columnist Frank Isola's NBA Radio show..." February 11
Amar'e Stoudemire buyout depends on how much money he wants to give up, but #Suns are likely front-runners/serious contenders if it happens.
Pro Basketball Talk "Amar’e Stoudemire is in the final year of his deal with the Knicks, one that will pay him more than $23 million this season. Unless, of course, he were to agree to a buyout of his deal — something that Stoudemire will reportedly take the All-Star break to consider. Should that happen, plenty..." February 11
New York Post "Embattled Knicks owner James Dolan has a lot on his plate now, absorbing the horror of a 10-41 season and the embarrassment of his viciously worded email to a longtime Knicks fan being exposed on Deadspin on Sunday. But one matter Dolan still must deal with is whether to let Amar’e Stoudemire..." February 09
Derek Fisher hopes to have Aldrich & Stoudemire back in the lineup vs. Nets on FRI.
New York Post "Never mind. Amar’e Stoudemire doesn’t want to change cities this season, in fact he even indicated he hasn’t lost hope he will wear the orange and blue in 2015-16. Stoudemire’s five-year, $100 million contract expires July 1, allowing Knicks president Phil Jackson an ability to wheel and..." February 05
New York Daily News "Derek Fisher acknowledges that the Knicks “have to maybe be the bad guys” with Amar’e Stoudemire once he returns to the lineup in terms of holding the hobbled big man to stricter minutes guidelines to help preserve his long-term health. Stoudemire “probably won’t play” Tuesday night against the..." February 03
Newsday "Amar'e Stoudemire limped out of the trainer's room with a brace over his right knee and his left ankle wrapped. He wanted something for his sore left wrist, too. Stoudemire appears to be hobbling toward the end of a Knicks career that began with such promise five years ago. "It [stinks]..." January 26
Amare will rest tonight and play tomorrow in Charlotte.
New York Post "As Derek Fisher tries to make something out of the season’s second half, it’s clear Amar’e Stoudemire’s minutes are not guaranteed. When he’s rolling and looking like he did in his All-Star past, he’ll play. If not, Fisher appears ready to roll with younger guys — newbie forwards Lou Amundson and..." January 20
ESPN New York "Amar'e Stoudemire has the same reaction as many other New York Knicks fans when he looks at his team's record. "It's beyond my imagination at this point," he said Sunday before a 95-82 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks that extended their losing streak to 11 games. "I never thought I'd see this. ......" January 05
New York Post "Amar’e Stoudemire was given a recovery day Tuesday following his two recovery games. Knicks fans probably would like a recovery season. But there is a method to the inactivity for Stoudemire. The Knicks are hopeful his mini-vacation will translate into the same kind of production the..." December 24
New York Post "Amar’e Stoudemire had back spasms during the 2011 playoffs that turned out to be related to a bulging disk. He was shut down late the following season, in March, because of the disk issue. Since that lockout year, Stoudemire’s disk has healed and his back spasms are a thing of the past...." November 27
New York Post "Amar’e Stoudemire feels the Knicks were struck down by angels Monday night. Stoudemire chose an interesting metaphor to describe the way James Harden rallied the Rockets to victory. In fact, Stoudemire thinks Harden’s 6-of-6 free-throw shooting line in the final period was something out of..." November 25
New York Post "In the first four Knicks games, Amar’e Stoudemire has scored 43 points and played at least 23 minutes in each game. Hardly Hall of Fame numbers. But consider that last year, Stoudemire got his 43rd point in the Knicks’ 13th game — his ninth because there were health restrictions. “I don’t..." November 05
SNY TV "Amar’e Stoudemire only started one of the Knicks’ six preseason games and he says he’s ready to accept whatever role head coach Derek Fisher gives him, including coming off the bench. “I know whatever the situation is, I’m learning three different positions, as far as the power forward, the..." October 28
New York Post "The joy is back for Amar’e Stoudemire. And no, it’s not because he’s been sampling his red wine baths. 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..." October 21
CBSSports.com "Amar'e Stoudemire of the New York Knicks takes baths in wine. What's that? Oh, no, that's not a punchline. It's actually a thing. There's a photo and everything. So does this actually work? Well, some people think so. From the Daily Mail: So what is vinotherapy and how does it work?..." October 16
ESPN New York "It’s been easy to overlook Amar'e Stoudemire this preseason. With all the Knicks buzz surrounding Phil Jackson, Derek Fisher, Carmelo Anthony and the triangle, Stoudemire has been the forgotten man. “Yeah, I think so,” Stoudemire said. “I think the previous years of battling injuries,..." October 08
New York Daily News "Better check those expiration dates. Amar’e Stoudemire and Andrea Bargnani will combine for $35.4 million in expiring contracts after the upcoming season for Phil Jackson and the Knicks to have some workable cap space next summer. But both veteran big men claimed to be in good health on Monday,..." September 30
Fisher added the Knicks will rest Amar'e when he needs it to try to help keep him healthy.
Pro Basketball Talk "Amar’e Stoudemire is entering the final year of his contract with the Knicks, one that will pay him more than $23 million, but is uninsurable due to his history of injuries. When looking at that extreme level of financial risk along with Stoudemire’s current level of production, it wouldn’t..." August 20
CSN Northwest "As most expected, New York Knicks power forward Amar’e Stoudemire has declined to exercise his early termination option and will return to the Knicks for the 2014-15 season to finish out the final year of his five-year, $100 million deal, a league source informed CSNNW.com. “He is opting in,”..." June 15
New York Post "Amar’e Stoudemire is cooking up a recipe to return to All-Star status next season. Stoudemire, on a book tour for his latest tome, “Cooking with Amar’e,’’ told The Post Thursday night his bonanza final two months in the starting lineup has him eyeing his seventh All-Star appearance in new coach..." June 14
New York Post "Amar’e Stoudemire might say “Shalom’’ to the NBA and play for his Israeli team in Jerusalem after his contract expires after next season, The Post has learned. Stoudemire is part of a four-man ownership group, including superagent Arn Tellem, that purchased 60 percent of Hapoel Jerusalem last..." April 15
Woodson said Amar 'e and Tyson will play tomorrow against Bucks.
CBSSports.com "Tyson Chandler and Amar'e Stoudemire will miss Wednesday night's game vs. the Boston Celtics, the team announced Wednesday morning. Stoudemire, who has played the best basketball he has in nearly two seasons over the past two weeks, needs a game off for his troublesome knee, and Tyson Chandler is..." March 12
New York Post "Amar’e Stoudemire appeared to take exception to J.R. Smith’s recent remarks the Knicks aren’t showing enough “heart’’ during this free fall that continued with Sunday’s 109-90 blowout loss to the Bulls. Stoudemire indicated the controversial Smith perhaps isn’t one to judge character. “You..." March 03
Pro Basketball Talk "It’s no secret that the Knicks would love to rid themselves of the contract of Amar’e Stoudemire, and not just because he is due more than $23 million next season and his contract is uninsurable against any future injury. That’s a huge chunk of salary that’s preventing New York from rebuilding..." March 02
No Amar’e Stoudemire tonight for Knicks. Second game of back-to-back.
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New York Post "If the Knicks make a move by Thursday’s 3 p.m. trade deadline, it likely will be dealing out-of-the-rotation point guard Beno Udrih. Iman Shumpert was a top candidate to be traded until he sprained his left knee during Wednesday’s 98-91 win over the Pelicans. Udrih, who didn’t play versus New..." February 20
ESPN New York "Amar'e Stoudemire says there aren't any medical limitations on how much he can play right now. The veteran forward said his playing time is decided by Mike Woodson. And the proud Stoudemire clearly would like to play more, starting Wednesday night at home against Portland. “From a doctor’s..." February 04
ESPN New York "The New York Knicks have lost Amar'e Stoudemire and Kenyon Martin for up to two weeks after MRI results confirmed diagnoses for the power forwards stemming from injuries sustained in a Thursday loss. The Knicks said Martin has a left ankle sprain and tendinitis. He is expected to be out about..." January 18
Woodson said Kenyon and Amare both will be out at least a few games.
Amar'e Stoudemire has a sprained left ankle and will not return.
New York Post "Mike Woodson said Amar’e Stoudemire will be out “a while’’ because of knee swelling. Stoudemire denied the assertion and tweeted he’s not even injured and his “knees feel great.’’ The Knicks are such a certifiable mess nobody can agree on anything. It is clear Stoudemire and the Knicks medical..." December 18
Woodson said Amar'e's knee has swelled up. He won't play tomorrow and Woodson said he could be "out a while."
Stoudemire is attempting to play back-to-back for the first time tonight vs. Orlando. After so-so first quarter, he did good. 12 points.
New York Post "Carmelo Anthony dismissed Amar’e Stoudemire’s theory the Knicks’ troubles stem from a lack of ball movement, saying the big man is barking up the wrong tree. After each of the last three games — all losses — Stoudemire has stated a lack of ball movement has led to the Knicks’ 3-10 start as they..." November 27