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In the StoudeMelo Era, the percentage the two #Knicks stars actually played together says it all. See it here:
Since the Feb. 22, 2011 trade that brought Carmelo Anthony to the Knicks and joined him with Amar'e Stoudemire, the Knicks have played 155 regular season games.
The two have been in the lineup together for 89 of those games.
That means they failed to appear in the same game -- be it due to injuries or suspensions (or end-of-season rest) -- 42.6 percent of the time.
The two highest paid and arguably most important players in the franchise during this era have been active for just over 50 percent of the games the team has played.