• Knicks' Stoudemire to miss 2-3 weeks with knee injury

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Oct 22, 2012
    Another knee injury will force Amar’e Stoudemire to miss the start of the regular season. With the Knicks in Syracuse for Monday’s preseason game against the Sixers, Stoudemire left the team to return to New York to have his knee examined. Stoudemire played in only one preseason game, Friday in Montreal, after missing the first two exhibition games with an injury to the same knee. Amar’e Stoudemire won’t be executing his version of the “Dream Shake” in the low post for the next two to three weeks. The Knicks found out via an MRI on Sunday that their starting power forward had suffered a ruptured popliteal cyst in his left knee, which is expected to KO him for at least the first two weeks of the season. You know the story by now: Only a freshman, Anthony delivered what Dave Bing, Derrick Coleman, Pearl Washington, Sherman Douglas and Billy Owens, to name only a few former Orange All-Americans, couldn’t pull off during their basketball-playing days in Syracuse.
    • Ouch! Amar'e expected to miss start of regular season

      Knicks forward Amare Stoudemire is expected to miss the start of the regular season because of a left knee injury. The Knicks said Stoudemire returned to New York on Sunday to get his left knee re-evaluated and an MRI revealed a ruptured benign cyst.
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