As a contributor to one of the bigger Knicks blogs, I spent a lot of time this summer talking about New York's roster and the rotations Mike Woodson will use this season. Will Carmelo Anthony move back to small forward? Will Andrea Bargnani start or come off the bench? Will Iman Shumpert continue to improve? Who will back up Tyson Chandler at center?
One player that rarely entered the conversation: Amar'e Stoudemire.
It's not that Stoudemire doesn't have value. He was actually very good last season, showing flashes of a post-up game he developed – with the help of Hakeem Olajuwon – to better complement Anthony. But knee trouble limited him to just 29 games. At this stage of his career, it might be best to assume he'll contribute nothing; that way, anything he does contribute becomes a bonus. In the hopes of keeping Stoudemire healthy, Mike Woodson is reportedly planning on putting Stoudemire on a very strict minute limit of around 20 minutes per game, and sitting You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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