25-year-old Bosh is 6'11" and can score from just about anywhere on the floor. He's a lefty with very quick and very polished moves on the low block. He's tough to guard because of his quickness.
Bosh has great touch around the rim and is able to finish well. He can step out and shoot from mid-range, and occasionally out to the three-point line. He's an extremely versatile big. He can run the floor with guards and get out on the break.
However, he's not a great defender and is not very physically strong, which causes him trouble when defending bigger players.
26-year-old Stoudemire is listed at 6'10" and could be the most athletic big in the league today. He came into the league a raw talent but has very quickly developed into one of the most polished forwards in the NBA.
He is a monster finisher around the rim. He's strong and now has the ability to step out and hit a jumper with scary consistency from just about anywhere on the floor. He's gone from a 66 percent free throw shooter as a rookie to 84 percent last season. He has an excellent work ethic.
On the downside, Stoudemire doesn't pass the ball much, making him something of a black hole on offense. His defense could also use some work, as he has never seemed committed to giving much effort on that end of the floor.