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If it weren't for injuries, Amar'e Stoudemire probably woulds still be an All-NBA dominant power forward right now. 

Stoudemire, who last played with the Miami Heat this year, has announced his retirement after a 14-year career. The 33-year-old announced the decision in signing a one-day contract with New York to retire as a Knick.

Many credit STAT for bringing the basketball culture back to the Knicks franchise when he signed with them in 2010. He was very good, but dealt with injuries that ultimately led to his downfall with the team.

I personally find it surprising he is retiring as a Knick. While he spent five years with the franchise, I think his best years were with the Phoenix Suns, a team he spent eight years with and who he was drafted by in 2002.

Stoudemire definitely be known for his one-two punch with Steve Nash in Phoenix. A six-time All-Star, Stoudemire retires with career averages of 18.9 points and 7.8 rebounds per game.

-- Josh Dhani

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Details on Cops Showing Up to Tre Mason's House 5 Times in 4 Months

Hopefully Tre Mason is able to find some help, because it looks like the St. Louis Rams running back has been dealing with some mental health problems. 

From TMZ:

More troubling news about L.A. Rams RB Tre Mason — who’s been at the center of 5 different incidents involving cops in the past 4 months, TMZ Sports has learned … and his family is extremely concerned.

The latest incident occurred on Saturday — multiple units responded to Mason’s family home in Florida in the middle of the afternoon. We know Mason was NOT arrested — but there seems to be a bigger problem.

Mason’s family is concerned about his mental health — citing a string of bizarre behavior and angry outbursts … and they’re worried for his personal safety.

On one occasion the cops had to stop Mason from leaving his house because he hadn’t slept for days and they was worried he might hurt himself.

-- Glenn Erby

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Cowboys LB Randy Gregory Fails 5th Drug Test, Will Enter Rehab

Randy Gregory attended the high school that is about 20 minutes away from my home, so I definitely have been rooting for this guy. Unfortunately, it seems like the Dallas Cowboys linebacker can't seem to find a way to —in the wise words of Stephen A. Smith—stay off the weeeeeeeeeeed. 

According to TMZ, Gregory failed his drug test for the fifth time. He is already suspended for the first four games of this NFL season, so expect him to be getting a longer ban from the league now. 

Gregory — who was dropped in the 2015 NFL Draft after testing positive for weed at the combine — was suspended in February after failing at least 4 NFL drug tests.

He was already set to miss the first 4 games of the season — but this new failed test (#5) would mean he’s now facing an even LONGER ban from the league.

Gregory won't be with the team to start training camp.

-- Josh Dhani

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