Originally Posted by Sarcastic
They should have been on top of this from day 1. The Suns offered Amar'e a 3 year contract because they knew this would be the year the knee might need more work. This was public information. The Knicks' doctors should have been monitoring the knee every day. There's $100 million invested in him. It should be their damn priority that he stays as healthy as possible.
Honestly they shouldn't have offered that type of contract.
But I agree with the monitoring, but I cannot blame for this.