No Longer Wanted
This past summer, the Knicks offered Stoudemire to nearly every team in the league — “available for free,” as one rival executive put it. But they found no takers because of his diminished production, his health and his contract, which has three years and $65 million remaining (counting this season) and which is uninsured against a career-ending knee injury. In February, the Knicks wanted to send Stoudemire to Toronto in a deal for Andrea Bargnani, a person briefed on the discussion said. But the proposal was vetoed by James L. Dolan, the Garden chairman, before it ever reached the Raptors (who would not have made the deal anyway, team officials there said). New York Times
Wow, the Knicks were giving him away and no one wanted him. hahaha. Man he fell fast.
12-21-2012 01:07 PM
As soon as he becamse jewish the persecution started.
I was waiting for the trade Al portion of the thread..
Fortune and glory, kid. Fortune and glory.
Put some respeck in my paycheck
Insert Al Jeffersons name for Amare, same story...
Make jazzfanz UGLI Again
Except that Jefferson is an expiring contract so that is probably false.
Originally Posted by UGLI baby
For instance, the Knicks would gladly swap Jefferson and AMare.
Shovel your way out of the s***
Another fine example why the NBA needs to get rid of guaranteed contracts