Feb 23, 2011, 9:42 AM EDT
Everyone knew that Amar’e Stoudemire wanted Carmelo Anthony in New York with him. He had to play it cool with the media, but he wanted him.
Now that Anthony will be a Knick — likely officially suiting up Wednesday night — Stoudemire is talking.
And he is right — the two of them are going to be tough to stop. There are a lot of other questions about the Knicks going forward, but their ability to score is not one of them. Here are the words of the man himself.
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