Category Archives: Amare Stoudemire Rumors

Spurs consider bidding for Stoudemire

Adrian Wojnarowski

Another intriguing suitor could emerge in the bidding for Phoenix Suns star Amar’e Stoudemire : the San Antonio Spurs.

Multiple league sources say the Spurs’ front office has researched and
debated pursuing Stoudemire to play alongside Tim Duncan .

New York Knicks won't try to trade for Phoenix Suns' star Amare Stoude

Mitch Lawrence

Here’s what you learned going to the Garden Tuesday night: The
Timberwolves aren’t as good as their 9-37 record indicates, and the
Knicks aren’t going to join the Amare Stoudemire sweepstakes.

"It’s up to us to keep this going for another 35 to 40 games, whatever
it is," said Mike D’Antoni after his team’s 132-105 victory. "Every
once in a while, there should be an egg laid, but it can’t be very

Nets looking at Stoudemire?


Kiki Vandeweghe couldn’t speak specifically about Amar’e Stoudemire but
was presented with the scenario of trading for an established player
rather than weight for free agency and reiterated the Nets would do

“If you’re saying, ‘Can you shortcut the process and get a super player
in a trade?’ I think you would always try to do that,” Vandeweghe said.
“You have to weigh that against all your options. But you’ve got to be
open to everything. You can’t close your mind to any option at all.”

Bulls Trade a Precursor for Amar'e?

Joel Brigham

The trade Monday that sent starting New Orleans Hornets guard Devin
Brown to the Chicago Bulls in exchange for seldom-used center Aaron
Gray doesn’t seem like much on the surface because neither guy is
somebody most smart NBA fans would call a "game-changer." While it’s
obvious that the Hornets made this move to shed salary, Chicago’s
motivations require a little more digging and imagination.

Suns' Amar'e Stoudemire drawing trade interest

Paul Coro

A league source said Golden State, Minnesota and Cleveland have shown
interest in acquiring Suns power forward Amar’e Stoudemire.

Suns seeking trade offers for Stoudemire

By Adrian Wojnarowski

After recent discussions with Amar’e Stoudemire’s(notes) agent that
didn’t appear to destine a contract extension, the Phoenix Suns have
increased their efforts to trade the All-Star forward, league sources
told Yahoo! Sports on Sunday night.

Amare Stoudemire Talks About Trade Rumors, His Future and a Questionable Report

Amare Stoudemire may be leaving Phoenix. Or he may not be leaving
Phoenix. In an exclusive interview with Bright Side of the Sun he
revealed that he didn’t know for sure which would happen, leaving the
door open for either scenario.

That’s right, you heard it here first. Amare isn’t sure if he will or
will not be traded in the coming weeks. His lack of clarity on the
matter only gives more fuel to his critics who worry about Amare’s
inability to predict the future, something that has long plagued his

Suns hammer Nets, but Amar'e sees New Jersey's 'potential'


There was the expected here last night. The Nets played a game, the Nets lost a game. No surprise.

But there also was the unexpected as Suns four-time All-Star Amar’e
Stoudemire, one of the key names expected on this summer’s free agent
market, said he sees the Nets’ "potential" and would not automatically
dismiss them.

"There are some teams you may say, ‘no way,’ " said the 6-foot-10
Stoudemire, who scored 27 points in the Suns’ 118-94 win that dropped
the Nets to 3-38 at the season’s halfway point. "I don’t think the Nets
are one of them."

Amare Stoudemire Anticipates a Trade

Amare Stoudemire has been the subject of many trade rumors the past
couple seasons. The most notable one happened on Draft Night ’09, when
it was reported he’d be heading to Golden State for the likes of Andris
Biedrins(notes) and Steph Curry.

There has been little chatter so far this season, but with extension
talks about to begin (and subsequently fail due to disagreements about
what he’s worth), Stoudemire expects things to heat up soon. From The
Arizona Republic:

Suns' Amar'e Stoudemire expecting trade talks to heat up

Paul Coro – The Arizona Republic

Each of the past two seasons began with speculation that the Suns could
trade forward Amar’e Stoudemire at some point and a different player
wound up being moved.

At the 2008 NBA trade deadline, it was Shawn Marion and Marcus Banks. Last season, Boris Diaw and Raja Bell were dealt.