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By MATT FALKENBURY
Special to ZAGSBLOG
GREENBURGH, N.Y. —
With the Knicks getting more bad news than good news regarding injuries this season, Wednesday was considered a good day.
One day after making his season debut, Amar’e Stoudemire was back on the practice court working to get back into the flow of the Knicks’ system.
Stoudemire, in his first game since the pre-season, scored six points and played 17 minutes last night in the Knicks’ 105-100 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers. He struggled throughout the game on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball, but Wednesday he was happy that he was feeling healthy.
“I feel great today, feel loose, I feel fit, I’m ready to go,” he said ahead of Thursday’s game against the San Antonio Spurs at MSG. “A great sign coming out of the first game. To feel as good as I do now…
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