According to the folks over at LeKnicks Podcast, Stoudemire direct messaged them after catching wind of their criticism. They posted a photo of the former NBA star along with a quote in which he praised James Dolan. "For me, I signed with the Knicks because of James Dolan," the quote read. In the caption of the post, LeKnicks, who proceeded to tag Stoudemire, wrote: "Of course you did, he was the only one willing to shell out $100 mil on you and your weak ass knees. FOH with this brainwashed propaganda bullshit."
Check out the post in question below.
"Yo. Meet me in person. I want to chat with you," Stoudemire allegedly wrote in a private message to the account.
Check out screenshots of the alleged exchange, provided by @the_leknicks, below.
Some on social media thought Stoudemire was doing way too much.
Earlier this week, it was reported that multiple NBA teams attended a joint workout session featuring Monta Ellis and Stoudemire.
Shortly after the session, Stoudemire said he has "a lot of game left."
"A lot of the teams have a lot of young players and a lot of players that can learn how to train, how to become professionals and how to become great basketball players. And leadership goes a long way with teams in order to get from a playoff team to a contending championship team," the 36-year-old told MSG Network. "From that standpoint, I have a lot to offer. And also as a basketball player, I still have a lot of game left. I can help a team in any way they need."
Back in 2012, Stoudemire was fined $50,000 by the NBA for using a homophobic slur over DM.