Amar'e Stoudemire

Amar'e Stoudemire

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Nicknamed STAT (standing tall and talented), the 6'10", 245-pound Stoudemire is one of the NBA's premiere power forwards. Despite never having played organized basketball before the age of 14, Stoudemire has become one of the most successful NBA players who have made the jump from high school to the pros.

Stoudemire received Rookie of the Year Honors in 2003 and has since followed that up with three NBA All-Star Game appearances as well as helping the United States take home a bronze medal at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens. Since being the ninth pick in the 2002 NBA Draft, Stoudemire has and continues to be a vital member of the Phoenix Suns.

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  • Nathan Rollins posted 3174 days ago

    Nathan Rollins

    How is your eye Amar'e. You can stay hurt k. Go CELTICS

  • Dave Howard posted 3219 days ago

    Dave Howard

    Hey Mr. Stoudemire, its very cool of you to be here. I was wondering, could you write an article on what it's like to play in an NBA All-Star game with guys like Dirk, Kobe, Chris Paul, and Shaq. Also, what's it like playing with Shaq and Nash? You are one of 3 amazing players, but do you ever wish you were the only star? Just wondering.

  • Nate Deleon posted 3226 days ago

    Nate Deleon

    Hey STAT, welcome to Bleacher Report. Its awesome having a pro athlete on the site especially one who is a perennial all star.

    In one of my recent articles, I mentioned current Oklahoma center Blake Griffin and compared him to you. I know he has a long way to go before he is on your level but what do you think about his game?

  • Dan Webb posted 3228 days ago

    Dan Webb

    Welcome Amar'e see you at the All-Star Game!

  • Joe Burgett posted 3231 days ago

    Joe Burgett

    Well Well Well, Mr. Stoudemire welcome to B/R.

    You know I have been a Steve Nash fan for a long time. When he went to your Suns team I became a Suns fan. Fell in love with the whole team after that. Including yourself. I know you have some tech dude controlling the page here like facebook and myspace does. But since I know you are doing this to get to the All-Star game then I will let it slide.

    Quite Frankly you really don't need to promote dude, you just need to play well. You do and your in. I'll make this short considering I know you don't want to read the whole comment and say my goodbyes. If you ever get time, like maybe in the off-season you should write on here. I for one would like to see that.

    Because anyone can do a slideshow dude, it takes a special guy to write an article. Hope to see one.

    -Joe Burgett

  • Cres Stophel posted 3232 days ago

    Cres Stophel

    Hey man.

    So I'm new at this Bleacher thing but really enjoy it, and im sure you will too. If you getta chance I'd love for you to check out my first article on your boy down in Florida. I'd love any advice from a guy who I'm sure has plenty of articles written about himself. haha

    Thanks again.

  • Kevin Trahan posted 3232 days ago

    Kevin Trahan

    Welcome to Bleacher Report. Check out my article Unlike most of the country I'm actually giving you're Cardinals a chance this weekend.

  • Matthew Gilmartin posted 3232 days ago

    Matthew Gilmartin

    Hey, Amar'e

    First of all, welcome to B/R. Secondly, I see you're a Cardinals fan. Being a Panthers fan, if you were able to catch the Panthers-Cardinals game last weekend, I'd like to know your thoughts on the game.

  • Hank posted 3232 days ago


    Welcome Amar'e!
    I love seeing you play, but I'm sorry to say that Chauncey and my Nuggets are doing a little better than you guys as of now, even though you beat us once this year!