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    Post Amar'e Stoudemire retires after 14 seasons

    http://espn.go.com/nba/story/_/id/17...14-seasons-nba

    Amar'e Stoudemire signed a contract with the New York Knicks and subsequently announced that he'll retire from the NBA, the club said in a statement Tuesday.

    "I want to thank Mr. Dolan, Phil [Jackson] and Steve [Mills] for signing me so that I can officially retire as a New York Knick," Stoudemire said.

    "I came to New York in 2010 to help revitalize this franchise and we did just that. Carmelo [Anthony], Phil and Steve have continued this quest, and with this year's acquisitions, the team looks playoff-bound once again. Although my career has taken me to other places around the country, my heart had always remained in the Big Apple. Once a Knick, Always a Knick."
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    Wow.. I only heard the he retired part.. Not that he signed with the Knicks and then retired. Where did those 14 years go?? I remember when he was a rookie! Kobe, Timmy and now Stat hanging up their jerseys. KG may very well be next. End of an era.

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    Good career. Always thought he underachieved a bit given his athleticism (could have easily been a double digit rebounder, for instance), but he was an explosive scoring force when healthy.

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    Geez 14 years? I still remember those Phoenix Suns days like yesterday haha.

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    It does seem like he still should be a young guy...lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DunkingDurant35 View Post
    It does seem like he still should be a young guy...lol.
    He's 33 that's still young
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