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Did anyone just see this bullsh*t......He T'd Amare` up over nothing!!!!!!! This sh*t is getting ridiculous. I think Stern needs to fine officials for missed calls & mis-using Technical Fouls. Stern MUST overturn this.


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It sucks because theyre

It sucks because theyre trying to take out the passion out of the game and its really sad to see.

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In any sport officials will

In any sport officials will always make bad or controversial calls, I haven't seen the incident so I cannot comment. But the game should be played with passion.

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sports.espn.go.com/new-york/nba/news/story <VIDEO

DALLAS -- New York Knicks forward Amare Stoudemire has picked up his 16th technical foul, which would mean an automatic one-game suspension if it's upheld.

Stoudemire and Mavericks center Brendan Haywood received offsetting technicals during the second quarter Thursday night. It was such an innocuous confrontation that both players came away laughing, baffled by the call from official Bennett Salvatore.

Knicks coach Mike D'Antoni didn't find it so funny, apparently because he understood the ramification. His griping drew another technical foul.

The only way Stoudemire can avoid the punishment is if the league rescinds the technical. He's had two others rescinded this season.

"I feel confident they can rescind it," Stoudemire said after the game, a 127-109 loss by the Knicks. "We laughed about it later and the official agreed with us it wasn't that bad. ... We got tangled up, that's it."

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