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Topic - Amare Stoudemire
Taking their poor home-court play on the road, the Knicks allowed Wall to score 31 points and dropped into a last-place tie in the Atlantic Division by getting beaten 98-89 at the Wizards on Saturday night.
Dwyane Wade got the ball on the left wing, darted toward the basket, leaped to avoid Dwight Howard and dunked from the right side of the rim.
John Wall had 21 points and nine assists, Trevor Ariza scored 20 points and the Washington Wizards broke the New York Knicks' five-game winning streak with a 106-96 victory on Wednesday night.
Knicks forward Amare Stoudemire will have left knee surgery and is expected to miss six to eight weeks.
Amare Stoudemire had a message for his teammates after watching the New York Knicks' latest postseason failure.
Amare Stoudemire will miss Game 3 of the Knicks' playoff series against the Heat after cutting his left hand, a person with knowledge of the situation said Tuesday.
Amare Stoudemire's difficult season may be over.
The New York Knicks sound hopeful that Jeremy Lin's return to the lineup may come sooner than later.
Dwyane Wade and LeBron James were only a few miles away from Trayvon Martin on Feb. 26, participating in the NBA All-Star game on the night the unarmed black teenager wearing a hooded sweatshirt was shot to death by a neighborhood crime-watch volunteer.
Carmelo Anthony insists he isn't selfish, certainly not a guy who gets coaches replaced.
"We can't keep losing these games," said Stoudemire, whose club has the same record as the Brooklyn Nets.
"That was great," Knicks forward Amare Stoudemire said. "We were there pretty much just wanting to put smiles and hope back in the families faces. It was an awesome event. Great for us to interact with the families there. That was great for them."