By Charles Rahrig

Since joining the Dallas Mavericks, Amar’e Stoudemire has been a productive player off the bench.

Recently, his longtime point guard from his time in Phoenix, Steve Nash retired. Before the season began, his other teammate in Phoenix, Shawn Marion announced he would be retiring after the season was over.

With two members of the trio retiring, some have speculated whether Stoudemire, who is 32-years-old, would join his former teammates and call it a career.

Stoudemire knows he’s the last of the three remaining, but he won’t retire as a result of it.

“I’m the last man standing,” Stoudemire told ESPN’s Tim MacMahon. “I plan on standing for a while, by the way.”

Stoudemire, in his limited minutes with the Dallas Mavericks, has shown some explosiveness, the shooting form he had when he was at the top of his game and a competitive spirit.

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