The Worst Year of Amar'e Stoudemire's Life Rolls On

May 1, 2012 12:00 AM

The Worst Year of Amar'e Stoudemire's Life Rolls On

" It seems Amar'e Stoudemire can hit the glass after all. 

" Unfortunately, he chose to wait until the 104-94 Game Two loss to the Heat was in the books before showing that side of himself to a fire extinguisher case in an arena hallway. You're supposed to break that glass in case of emergency, a situation the Knicks certainly find themselves in at this point in the playoffs, but you're not supposed to use one of your hands.

Stoudemire, pulling a page from A.J. Burnett's script, did just that and left the arena with his hand stitched and bandaged. No one from the Knicks would offer any specifics about the injury, another embarrassing moment for the franchise, but it is hard to imagine that Stoudemire is going to be on the court for Game Three at Madison Square Garden.

It's almost as hard to think that his absence makes it all that much less likely that the Knicks will win the game "

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