Amare Stoudemire Birthday (November 16th)

Amare Stoudemire Birthday (November 16th)

Amare Carsares Stoudemire was born on 16th November, 1982 and is the famous American basketball player for NBA’s Phoenix Suns. Amare is 6ft 10 in and 249 lb power centre/forward.

Amare Stoudemire Early Life and Career:

Amare Stoudemire father died when Amare Stoudemire was only twelve years old and at that time also his mother was out and in of the prison. As result, Amare Stoudemire attended six of the different high schools before completing his graduation from Cypress Creek High School. In an article to the Dime Magazine, Amare Stoudemire told to Isaac Perry that the only thing which helped him in going at that time was the words of Tupac Shakur who was the rapper and the God. Amare Stoudemire did not begin playing the structured basketball, till Amare Stoudemire was fourteen years of age. Amare Stoudemire only played basketball at the high- school level for two years but particularly in those of the two years, Amare Stoudemire was named as MVP of summer league of Nike. At that time Amare Stoudemire accepted to play basketball for the University of Memphis but Amare Stoudemire never attended school.

In spite, Amare Stoudemire declared for NBA breeze due to this aspiration for helping his family as quickly as possible. Phoenix Suns took the decision on him with the 9th pick in NBA draft of the year 2002 because of the requirement of the internal strength in that particular time. In that particular year the only team to choose the high school contestant in first round was the Phoenix.

In the year 2002, Amare Stoudemire averaged 8.8 rebounds and 13.5 points per game and also scored the highest 38 points beside Minnesota Timberwolves. It was the highest score which was afterwards broken by the LeBorn James. Amare Stoudemire also won the award for the NBA’s Rookie of year for beating Miami Heat and Yao Ming the centre and Caron Butler the forward players of Houston Rockets and also became the first ever draft player of the high school for winning award.

The subsequent season, Amare Stoudemire improved statistically and in the year 204, Amare Stoudemire was sleeted in the national team of US in Summer Olympics of the year 2004. Nevertheless, Larry Brown, the head coach of the team decline to provide him the considerable time for playing. At the time of the NBA season of the year 2004-05, Amare Stoudemire teamed with the Steve Nash who was the point guard to lead with the record of 62-20. In that year Amare Stoudemire achieved the novel career height of fifty points in the year 2005 against Portland Trial Blazers. Amare Stoudemire was also chosen as the reserve forward for National Basketball Association All- Star Game.

Amare Stoudemire Profile:

At 250 lbs and 6’10”, Amare is the natural power forward. Nevertheless, gun style and run of Sun’s meant and Amare Stoudemire often begin at the centre prior to acquisition of the Shaquille O’Neal, in spite being under developed for position. In the year 2007-08, Amare Stoudemire averaged near about 25.2 points in every game. Nevertheless his 59.0% of the field gold was highest among top ten scorers in NBA. The efficient scoring of Amare Stoudemire is credited to his effectual use of roll and pick with Steve Nash, point guard. Amare Stoudemire also gets to line of free throws commonly, where Amare converts high of 80.5% clip.

Amare Stoudemire - Honours and Awards:

  • NBA all stars in the year 2005, 2007 and 2008
  • All- NBA first team in the year 2007
  • All- NBA Second Team in the year 2005 and 2008
  • NBA Rookie of the year 2003
  • NBA All- Rookie first team in the year 2003
  • NBA All- Star Rookie Challenge MVP in the year 2004

2006-07 seasons:

Before the seasons 2006-07, Amare Stoudemire changed his pullover from the number 32 to 1. The number 1 jersey was worn last in the previous season by Dijon Thompson. Amare Stoudemire joined the national team of US and started his practice with worldwide team but Amare Stoudemire was dropped from squad for trip to Asia as Mike Krzyzewski, the coach of the team believed that Amare Stoudemire needed the proper chance to recover fully from his injuries of the Knee.