Amar’e Stoudemire doesn't expect to see many minutes at center with the arrival of Tyson Chandler.
In fact, Stoudemire said he has worked a lot on his ever-improving perimeter game and could play the role of the "stretch" forward to leave the pick-and-rolls for Chandler. "I've been working on my three-point shot," Stoudemire said.
Would Knicks coach Mike D'Antoni mind seeing his 6-11 All-Star power forward pulling up for threes?
"As long as he makes 'em," D'Antoni said, "I don't care."