Amare Stoudemire

Amar'e Stoudemire, a former NBA star, was arrested for allegedly striking his daughter and has since issued a statement refuting the claim.

Amare Stoudemire made some interesting comments when asked how he felt about sharing a locker room with a gay teammate.

Amar’e Stoudemire is hanging up his Nikes. Today (July 26), the 6-time NBA All-Star announced the he is retiring as a New York Knick after signing with the team. 

By now, you have had to seen the promotional vehicles for LeBron James’ proper acting debut in the upcoming film, Trainwreck. But the “greatest player on the planet” isn’t the only NBA star who is getting notable camera time in the movie.

Amar’e Stoudemire will be standing strong and talented for a new team. Reportedly, the New York Knicks and the power forward have agreed to a contract buyout, and four plus year run with the team. 

How news of Amar’e Stoudemire taking chronic red wine baths managed to pass me by is utterly confusing. But here we have footage of ESPN’s Sam Alipour conducting an interview with the hooper while submerged in libations.

The New York Rangers needed a healthy dose of fan support as they headed back to Madison Square Garden down 0-2 in the 2014 Stanley Cup Finals.

The rise and fall of New York basketball star Lenny Cooke is as potent a cautionary tale as any. The high school standout was ranked among the top college prospects in 2002. However, Cooke’s past troubles with academics and a legendary lack of discipline led to him eventually flaming out altogether. Now 30, Cooke is […]

Michael Jordan from the free throw line. Blake Griffin over a car. Dwight Howard as Superman. We all know these iconic All-Star Weekend Slam Dunk Contest, but some have slipped through the cracks. 

After a six-year hiatus, Nick Cannon’s Wild N’ Out will make its return to MTV in 2013.

After making an appearance on the new show The Mindy Project this past week, New York Knicks power forward Amar’e Stoudemire will be diving into the big screen. The All-Star forward will be producing a sports documentary called Little Ballers, which follows four young athletes as they go through the AAU youth league to pursue their dreams of going pro.

Walt “Clyde” Frazier is still a smooth character. The NBA legend (he led the New York Knicks to a pair of chips in 1970 and 1973), last played a pro game in 1979 but is still as easily recognizable today as any new age ballplayer. Keeping up with the times, Clyde signed on to endorse […]