LAS VEGAS – Amar'e Stoudemire will not take any bath of wine before getting ready again for the Knicks.
The team decided not to move for Stoudemire, according to an NBA source.
Stoudemire organized Monday in Las Vegas 15 training sessions, including the Knicks. Stoudemire, 36, is trying to make a comeback and said Tuesday on "MSG 150" that he was at his lowest level of play at 236 pounds. The former eccentric All-Star had the habit of taking wine baths to stay cool like a Knick.
However, after their frenzy of independent players, the Knicks are provisioned to power and may even add the free agent Marcus Morris, while he shockingly renounces his contract with the Spurs, which he does not. Did not sign.
Stoudemire officially retired as Knick in 2016, after signing a one-day contract, a testament to his owner James Dolan's fondness for his 100-million-dollar former man. Stoudemire played his last NBA game in 2015 with Miami.
It would not be surprising if Stoudemire joined the Knicks organization in a certain way, such as an elder like John Starks and Larry Johnson.
Stoudemire, who made a short trip to Israel, played in the Big3 league last season.
"My body is beautiful, so we'll see if the opportunity materializes," Stoudemire told "MSG 150". "Many teams have a lot of young players and a lot of players who can learn to coach, how to become professionals and how to become great basketball players." And leadership goes a long way with teams so to move from a playoff team to a championship team in. From this point of view, I have a lot to offer.And also as a basketball player, I still have a lot of games left. can help a team in any way. "