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Jul 04, 2010 1:07 AM EST
Amar'e Stoudemire was in New York on Saturday night and talked about who might eventually join him on the Knicks.
"I've talked to Carmelo Anthony that he needs to come out here," Stoudemire said. "I've talked to Tony Parker. Both guys are ready to join me if I decide to come here. So we will see if we can work it out."
Stoudemire will meet with the Knicks on Monday.
"It's one of the most historic franchises in NBA history. It's a beautiful city. Madison Square Garden is definitely one of the most intriguing places to play. So they definitely have a few great points on their side."
He was non-committal when was asked whether he was disappointed about not returning to Phoenix.
"The organization of Phoenix has been great my whole career," he said. "I left my stamp on that organization as far as what we were able to accomplish. It was a great ride. So on to the next one."
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