Al Horford: Nobody's scared of Amare

Updated: February 17, 2011, 9:43 AM ET
By Ian Begley | Special to ESPNNewYork.com

NEW YORK -- Atlanta Hawks forward Al Horford doesn't know what Amare Stoudemire meant when he said Horford "don't want to see me" on the court during Wednesday night's Knicks-Hawks game at the Garden.

But Horford is sure of one thing: He has no reason to be scared of Stoudemire.

"I don't understand what he means by that, 'He don't want to see me,' " Horford said Wednesday morning after the Hawks' shootaround. "Like we're supposed to be scared of [Stoudemire]. Ain't nobody ...

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