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Amar’e Stoudemire formed one of the most fun-to-watch duos with Steve Nash in Phoenix, while he was an important piece for the Knicks during his first two seasons in New York.

The 6-time NBA All-Star has opened up on his plans, after the end of his basketball career on an interview with Fox Sports’ host Kelsey Nicole Nelson.

The Maccabi Tel-Aviv big man talked on his experience playing overseas, after his NBA retirement in 2016 and how he would like fans to perceive him, after he finishes his illustrious career.

“I enjoy the beautiful coaches around the world especially in Europe and in the Middle East. The Chinese culture was fun for me. Also in Europe going to Athens (Greece), Spain, Russia and these countries that I probably would’ve never experienced or wanted to go to,” Stoudemire noted.

When his basketball career ends, he plans to go to a business school in Miami and hopes to become a sports agent.

“I would like people to say Amar’e Stoudemire is a Hall of Famer. That would be the icing on the cake,” he said on his basketball career.