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    TheDrewShow is salty lefty's Avatar
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    Det defense is gonna be epic

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    Dragon style JamStone's Avatar
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    lolwut

    He can help teach KD and Kyrie how to mentally prepare to play late in the fourth quarter when the team is up or down 25+ points in order to pad individual stats.

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    The Good Doctor Rummpd's Avatar
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    He was so very athletic and talented early on and with injuries etc flamed out early so actually rooting for him. On Knick’s he did seem to try and fit in. Perhaps he has matured and will be a good coach. Good luck Amare.

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    Believe. GAustex's Avatar
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    I just never thought of Amare as cerebral

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    The Good Doctor Rummpd's Avatar
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    I just never thought of Amare as cerebral
    His personality was muted but he handled his WCF suspension with class. Nash or DA got all the pub on that team but he was a key reason they were so good and absolutely destroyed Spurs a few games.

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    Drive for Five! ambchang's Avatar
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    JR smith can be an assistant coach in the future.

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    The Good Doctor Rummpd's Avatar
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    JR smith can be an assistant coach in the future.

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    Got Woke? DMC's Avatar
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    Fire extinguishers all throughout the building were put on high alert.

    Hey, at least they get to see a banner in the rafters now.

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    Perdue/Loeffler Jan '21 Millennial_Messiah's Avatar
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    Should they bring in Shawn Marion to be the defensive coordinator/rebound specialist, tbh?

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    Believe. TheDrewShow's Avatar
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    He was so very athletic and talented early on and with injuries etc flamed out early so actually rooting for him. On Knick’s he did seem to try and fit in. Perhaps he has matured and will be a good coach. Good luck Amare.


    From The New York Daily News at the time:
    Amar’e Stoudemire may have literally punched the Miami Heat’s ticket to the second round after the Knicks’ power forward, in a show of frustration and selfishness, suffered a lacerated left hand during a postgame tirade immediately following the Heat’s 104-94 Game 2 victory Monday night.
    Knicks official confirmed that Stoudemire had cut his non-shooting hand when he punched a small glass door that protects a fire extinguisher just outside the Knicks’ locker room. Stoudemire’s hand shattered the pane and he needed an undetermined number of s ches to close the wound

    Especially the one where he ed up his hand amaryte?

    Fire extinguishers all throughout the building were put on high alert.
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    Perdue/Loeffler Jan '21 Millennial_Messiah's Avatar
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    Especially the one where he ed up his hand amaryte?
    I remember the time Kirby missed a couple weeks in the '04 season due to a hand injury that he suffered by punching in a "window" (woman).

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