The Amar’e Stoudemire fire extinguisher T-shirt: Ruin a Knicks fan’s day in a clever way

Dan Devine
May 1, 2012

Hey, New York-area Miami Heat fans: Thanks to the masochistic capitalists at Queens, N.Y.-based fan apparel company Crosstown NY, you can really rub some salt in the open, raw, still-bleeding wound every New York Knicks fan is sporting after Amar'e Stoudemire gave himself some open, raw, bloody wounds by punching a fire extinguisher case after Monday night's 104-94 Game 2 loss to the Heat.

[Ball Don't Lie: Busted hand means Amar'e Stoudemire actually cares]

What better way to celebrate Stoudemire "mangling his left hand on the glass," as Yahoo! Sports NBA columnist Marc J. Spears wrote, and casting his availability for the remainder of the Knicks' playoff run (as long as it lasts) in doubt than by twisting the knife with this simple, deviously brilliant shirt? All it'll cost you is $20 plus shipping (and maybe the pound of flesh that some angry 'Bricker fan is going to take out of your hide).

We must laugh, fellow Knicks fans, because if we don't, there'll be no end to the tears.

Hat-tip to Twitter President Darren Rovell.

Other popular content on the Yahoo! network:
Celtics' Rajon Rondo suspended one playoff game for bumping referee
Eric Adelson: Tiger Woods' awkward Q-and-A was just like him — forced and bland
Good Morning America video: Valet caught joyriding in customer's Corvette