Kings still in mix for Monta Ellis• Knicks rumors: No Brand, but maybe World Peace• Ziller: Is Detroit the new Memphis? | Coach Rasheed's debut• Grading the NBA free agent dealsAmar'e Stoudemire to play under minutes restriction next season, according to report -
The New York Knicks should have a healthier Amar'e Stoudemire on the roster next season, but his days as a legitimate full-time player might be over. The 30-year-old will be working under a minutes restriction next season, coach Mike Woodson confirmed to Mark Berman of the.
New York Post on Wednesday, leaving as many questions as answers.For a player who earns nearly $22 million in salary next season, Stoudemire's inability to play even starter's minutes should be unsettling. Beyond the acquisition of Andrea Bargnani from
Toronto, the Knicks have been mostly unable to improve their roster this offseason, primarily because of poor investments like Stoudemire.Poasting and Toasting: Knicks interested in Metta World PeaceWhen able to take the court last season, Stoudemire showed he can still be an effective big man in the.
NBA, leaving fans hopeful he could be a difference-maker for the Knicks next NFL 18 Coins season. However, that seems highly unlikely if coaches are already lowering expectations by putting a limit on his playing time.In 29 games last season, Stoudemire averaged 14.2 points and 5.3 rebounds in just 23.5 minutes per contest. His efficiency was superb -- 58 percent shooting from the field, 22.1
PER -- so the Knicks presumably hope he can continue to be Buy madden mobile coins a hyper-efficient player in fewer minutes next season. More from SB Nation:• Flannery: The best (and worst) from NBA free agency• Ziller: 'Melo on the Lakers? Stop it• LaMarcus Aldridge angling for trade to Bulls?• Kings still in mix for Monta Ellis• Grading the NBA free agent dealsA night at Penis Monologues, featuring former NBA All-Stars -