08:03 AM ET 02.29 | How times have changed at MSG, where folks are talking about Jeremy Lin's support system. [Amar'e Stoudemire], the cornerstone of the Knicks' recent remodeling, is averaging 17.5 points per game -- down from 25.3 last season -- and remains on pace to put up his least productive full season since his rookie year of 2002-03. He arrived in camp more muscle-bound than ever, weighing 260 pounds and seeking rhythm after a long layoff due to the lockout. Following practice on Tuesday, he insisted that he is set to re-establish himself. ... "Every second half of the year, I've got a tendency to turn it up," Stoudemire said. "Getting that momentum going into the postseason is always very, very key."