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Stoudemire heads to D-League

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02:34 PM ET 12.18 | Mike Woodson has purposely lightened the New York Knicks' practice schedule to rest some of his older players, which has helped New York get off to a fast early start. However, it also presented a problem when faced with working injured forward Amar'e Stoudemire back into the fold. Therefore, Woodson and the Knicks have come up with a unique solution, as they have decided to send Stoudemire to their NBA Developmental League affiliate in Eric to practice. The goal is for Stoudemire to get through two full practices while the remaining Knicks rest to save their legs.

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December 18, 2012  03:31 PM ET

Where is Eric?

December 18, 2012  05:03 PM ET

Right where he belongs.

Joke, I hope he's going to beast. I rather see the Knicks win a title than Miami.

December 19, 2012  07:58 AM ET
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Where is Eric?

I was thinking Erie, PA...Erie Bayhawks.

December 19, 2012  09:23 AM ET

Is 'D' Your Grade, Bro?

 
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