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    Thumbs up Amare: "Chris Bosh is Terry Cloth, That means hes Very Soft"

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    Amare: Knicks should take me over Bosh

    By MARC BERMAN

    CHICAGO - Here in Chicago waiting for the next wave of potential first-rounders to fill into The Westin for the final media availability..

    Back in New York, ESPN Radio's Brandon Tierney had Amare Stoudemire on this morning and reiterated remarks about his desire to play for Mike D'Antoni in 2010 while boasting about being better than Chris Bosh. Stoudemire told The Post similar stuff during All-Star Weekend.

    When Tierney asked Stoudemire if he's better than Bosh, the Suns forward said, "Oooh man, are you kidding me? Ask Chris Bosh that question."

    So that's a yes?

    "No doubt about it, I'm better than Chris Bosh"

    "How serious will you consider the Knicks New York Knicks in 2010"?

    "I will be totally serious about that, I spent a lot of my childhood there, I have a connection with the state, and I also love the entire coaching staff"

    " I think Coach D'Antoni's doing a phenomenal job with the Knicks, NY's a great city, I follow them closely."

    Bosh or Stoudemire? Your call.
    Both of them are not as good as they should be but at least amare can score some points down low. He should be a better rebounder and defensive player then he is.

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    Hey guys, been quite a while. Getting right to it, this story, obviously very legit. I would not start the debate in your head of Bosh over Stoudemire because it is more than likely and after this story that a sign and trade is completed this offseason. It's possible from what I hear about Lee for Amare after the draft. Its even possible for throwing Nash and a knick or two into the pile as well but thats speculation.

    ill follow this closely, as im hoping you all will too. good possibility of this going down.

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    Originally Posted by NYKnicks15
    Hey guys, been quite a while. Getting right to it, this story, obviously very legit. I would not start the debate in your head of Bosh over Stoudemire because it is more than likely and after this story that a sign and trade is completed this offseason. It's possible from what I hear about Lee for Amare after the draft. Its even possible for throwing Nash and a knick or two into the pile as well but thats speculation.

    ill follow this closely, as im hoping you all will too. good possibility of this going down.
    NOW THAT'S HUGE! Tell us more. Tell us more. Tell us more. Tell us more. Tell us more.


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    Originally Posted by NYKnicks15
    Hey guys, been quite a while. Getting right to it, this story, obviously very legit. I would not start the debate in your head of Bosh over Stoudemire because it is more than likely and after this story that a sign and trade is completed this offseason. It's possible from what I hear about Lee for Amare after the draft. Its even possible for throwing Nash and a knick or two into the pile as well but thats speculation.

    ill follow this closely, as im hoping you all will too. good possibility of this going down.
    interesting.thing is, he might be mcdyess 2.0..

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    Originally Posted by ANU
    interesting.thing is, he might be mcdyess 2.0..
    He should be, but hes not.

    In some ways, i almost think mcdyess is the best player on detroit. Hes clutch, hes an excellent rebounder, he defends, and he has a nice jumpshot.

    Stoudamire is improving his jumpshot but he needs to put more effort in on defense and on the boards. I see him do it from time to time, he can still be a beast but hes gotta work hard. Hes great around the basket...I would love to have him on our team.

    I like that comparison Anu...

    Im not sure i like the idea of getting nash, it really depends on how much of a roll he would have. If hes our main point guard, then im against it. As much as he does on offense, he does absolutely nothing on defense. He used to do a good job of drawing charges, but he doesnt even really do that too much anymore. Nash will continue to get worse at this point...

    On the contrary, i wouldnt mind a 2-headed point guard, as i have seen them called. If we can get another point guard that can split the minutes with Nash and learn from one of the greatest playmakers to ever play the game...Im all for it.

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    Originally Posted by MSGKnickz33
    He should be, but hes not.

    In some ways, i almost think mcdyess is the best player on detroit. Hes clutch, hes an excellent rebounder, he defends, and he has a nice jumpshot.

    Stoudamire is improving his jumpshot but he needs to put more effort in on defense and on the boards. I see him do it from time to time, he can still be a beast but hes gotta work hard. Hes great around the basket...I would love to have him on our team.

    I like that comparison Anu...

    Im not sure i like the idea of getting nash, it really depends on how much of a roll he would have. If hes our main point guard, then im against it. As much as he does on offense, he does absolutely nothing on defense. He used to do a good job of drawing charges, but he doesnt even really do that too much anymore. Nash will continue to get worse at this point...

    On the contrary, i wouldnt mind a 2-headed point guard, as i have seen them called. If we can get another point guard that can split the minutes with Nash and learn from one of the greatest playmakers to ever play the game...Im all for it.
    i agree with what you said about nash.i don't really buy the notion that some of these cats could learn from nash.
    duduhon ran it fine when he wasn't burnt out.a holiday/nash back court could work the way you mentioned.

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    Aren't we forgetting something here? This is the last thing I heard about Amare's retina being fingered by Boris Diaw.

    The Phoenix Suns are not expecting to get star forward [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] back this season. They are just [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]at all. Stoudemire is recovering from surgery two weeks ago on a detached retina in his right eye that suffered multiple tears
    "It's very difficult to explain to anyone how serious this is. It's more serious than any knee or ankle surgery," said surgeon Dr. Pravin Dugel. "The healing is excruciatingly slow and delicate."
    Dugel will not even allow Stoudemire to attend games because he recovery depends on no contact.

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