The biggest concern for Knicks fans is Stoudemire’s long-term health, but according to his head coach, there’s no reason to fear anything. The NY Daily News reports: “Mike D’Antoni is betting against the Phoenix Suns’ theory that Amar’e Stoudemire has just two or three years left in his fragile knees. In fact, D’Antoni says he doesn’t see any reason why Stoudemire won’t play beyond the five year contract he signed last July. ‘I think at age 27,’ D’Antoni said, ‘I don’t see any reason why he can’t have a great career here, sign another contract and go on and play as long as he wants.’ D’Antoni addressed Stoudemire’s health after announcing that Stoudemire, despite a sprained right knee, would be in the starting lineup against the Detroit Pistons … ‘You never know. He can be sitting at home and fall down the steps. You do your career, you do what’s right. You do all your exercises and hope everything works out. To be able to avoid injury or something that might happen it’s an impossibility. I don’t worry about it. I don’t think he worry’s about it. Whatever happens, happens.’”