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Amare feels aftermath of life after Nash

Raymond Felton couldn't get ball to Stoudemire in crunch time of home-opening loss

Updated: October 31, 2010, 10:32 AM ET
By Ian O'Connor | ESPNNewYork.com

NEW YORK -- Amare Stoudemire had to grab the $100 million, of course he did. He had to act like he was all for a reunion with Mike D'Antoni, the two of them breaking bread and dismissing old grudges in seven summertime seconds or less.

Stoudemire has nothing to apologize for. He wanted his big score, and the New York Knicks were desperate enough to pay him more than any other free-agent buyer would.

To his credit, Stoudemire has swallowed the Big Apple whole, embracing ...

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