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For more info visit www.newsinfusion****Washington, DC (May 27, 2009) Phoenix Suns forward Amare Stoudemire joined national vision experts on Friday, May 29, to share his recent personal experience with a season-ending sports-related eye injury. In late February, Stoudemire underwent surgery to repair a detached retina following an on-court incident. The injury and subsequent surgery ended the all-stars season, which led Stoudemire to declare he will never again play basketball without protective eyewear.There is no doubt in my mind that if I had kept wearing protective eyewear, I would have prevented my eye injury, said Stoudemire. I am committed to wearing protective eyewear anytime I am on the court, and I encourage all athletes to do the same. Sports-related eye injuries are very common, yet many Americans do not wear protective eyewear. According to the National Eye Institute (NEI), more than 100,000 eye injuries related to sports and recreation occur each year and 42,000 require a trip to the emergency room. These types of eye injuries are the leading cause of blindness in children.
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Basketball Star Amare Stoudemire teams up with the Ad Council and U.S. Army for Boost ringtone campaign to prevent high school dropouts
The Ad Council and the U.S. Army joined today to launch a Wake-Up Call program as part of their "Boost" national public service advertising campaign designed to encourage students to graduate from high school. Featuring the voice of Amaré Stoudemire, NBA All-Star and Captain of the Phoenix Suns, the program features a series of wake-up calls and alarm ringtones that teens can share with their friends to provide the motivation to get up and go to school.
Approximately 7,000 high school students drop out every school day, which translates to one in three students in our country, according to a report released earlier this month by the America's Promise Alliance (Cities in Crisis: A Special Analytic Report on High School Graduation). Research shows that the decision to drop out doesn't happen overnight. Another recent study by Civic Enterprises, The Silent Epidemic, Perspectives of High School Dropouts, found that two-thirds of students who drop out frequently missed class during the year after developing a pattern of sleeping late in the mornings and taking long lunches.
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Go East, young man. That seems to be the theme of current NBA superstars. The dust has settled after the NBA trade deadline and many believe the power now lies in the Eastern Conference. LeBron James says, “Everybody’s bringing their talents to the East. It’s going to be fun.” Not everyone agrees.
In the last year, Carlos Boozer left Utah for Chicago
Amare Stoudemire said so-long to Phoenix and went to the Knicks. Then last week, Carmelo Anthony packed his bags in Denver in favor of the Big Apple, taking aging point guard Chauncey Billups with him in the trade.
And point guard Deron Williams left the Jazz for the Nets.
The NY Sports Digest’s Anthony Straight says: forget how you view the players, what does it do to their teams?
Straight: “The Cleveland Cavaliers astounding drop off from a contender during the Lebron era to the league’s worst team has become a cautionary tale. ... While the sudden loading of super power teams are shaping up in the East, smaller teams like Cleveland and Toronto or even Denver are left to pick up the pieces to rebuild once a franchise centerpiece leaves.”
Straight also quoted Utah Jazz CEO Greg Miller as saying this sort of shift doesn’t do the fans, teams, or sponsors any good. The Oakland Tribune’s Monte Poole agrees, and believes the Easterly trend is dangerous for the league.
Poole: “This disease is creeping into the NBA, carried not by the owners but the players. Rather than franchises cherry-picking coveted talent, talent is seeking out coveted franchises.”
But ESPN’s Scoop Jackson calls a flagrant foul on those pointing fingers.
Jackson: "It is blame misplaced. … But the fact remains that people -- the media and, to a degree, fans -- are upset, maybe because no one is used to this. The pecking order is being disturbed, and comfort in the results can't be found."
NBA analyst Ric Bucher tells ESPN, even after the seismic shift of star players from the West, the East powerhouses still may not be good enough to take down the West in crunch time. Not even the flagship Boston Celtics.
Bucher: “More important, as far as the league is concerned, if they get to the NBA Finals, I don’t like them against the Lakers now. Or actually, if the Oklahoma City Thunder are there, I don’t like them against them.”
For now, the NBA champs still reside in the West, and the Lakers look to repeat the 3-peat. But the Eastern powers in Miami, Boston, Chicago and now New York have assembled the pieces to dethrone King Kobe.
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