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Amar'e Stoudemire's Fight With a Fire Extinguisher Given Taiwanese Animation Treatment

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Your favorite Taiwanese animators, the folks at Next Media Animation, have created a faithful take on the last game in the Heat vs. Knicks series.

Yes, we do recall LeBron James literally being on fire and jumping off the backs of Knicks players. That is exactly how it happened.

Yeah, and we're pretty sure that Amar'e Stoudemire's hand literally fell off when he sucker punched the AAA's poor fire extinguisher. That is how it happened in our minds.

The last minutes or so of this video, however, is about boring Knicks team politics that no one really cares about, so, whatever. Isiah Thomas will surely straighten all of that out next year.

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