Horford: 'Nobody Scared' Of Stoudemire
Al Horford doesn't understand what Amar'e Stoudemire meant when he said the Hawks big man "don't want to see me" on the court in Wednesday's game between Atlanta and New York.
"I don't understand what he means by that, 'He don't want to see me,' " Horford said. "Like we're supposed to be scared of [Stoudemire]. Ain't nobody scared of him. We're all grown men, so it's all good."
The pair will be teammates on the Eastern Conference All-Star team this weekend.
Stoudemire provided some bulletin-board material for Horford and the Hawks when he said, "It's going to be a very, very intense game after what happened in Atlanta."
Atlanta's Marvin Williams and New York's Shawne Williams got into an altercation during the last Knicks-Hawks game, in Atlanta on Jan. 28.