NBA Rumors: Amar’e Stoudemire Coming off Bench Would Be Best Fit for Knicks

December 1st, 2012 by Rob Goldberg Leave a reply »
The last thing the New York Knicks need is a player messing up the current rhythm. Therefore, Amar'e Stoudemire should come off the bench when he returns to the court.

According to Marc Berman of the New York Post, the forward is planning on returning from his knee surgery in time for Christmas.

He is unlikely to return by mid-December, but the six to eight-week time frame from his Nov. 1 surgery is still intact. 

However, the question remains about his role with the team once he returns from his injury.

Every team can find room for a player that has been named to the first or second team All-NBA five different times. On the other hand, the Knicks are playing their best basketball in years.

Through just in the first month of the season, New York has an impressive 10-4 record. The Miami Heat are the only team in the Eastern Conference with a better winning percentage.

Considering that nine of the first 14 games have taken place on the road, this is even more outstanding.

Carmelo Anthony has played well in his transition to the power forward position and the rest of the team has stepped up i ...

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