According to the Newsday, New York Knicks power forward Amar'e Stoudemire will likely return to the courts as the new year arrives after missing the entire season due to a left knee injury. For New York fans, though, that isn't necessarily a good thing.
You see, the Knicks are 20-7 and playing superb basketball for the first time in a long time. Some see Stoudemire as a potential disturbance to the great start, but in reality, the rich are getting richer.
Stoudemire has consistently been one of the best power forwards in the league, and his experience makes him even more valuable. He also happens to fix the very limited problems the Knicks have been having.
Everything is going well, but Knicks fans shouldn't be afraid of change. There is plenty Stoudemire will do for this team, and they will somehow be even more dangerous with him than they are now.