Report: Stoudemire apologizes for slur
NEW YORK (AP)
The fan @BFerrelli tweeted his comment on Saturday and received a direct message containing an expletive and the slur from the account Twitter verified as Stoudemire's. BFerrelli, identified by the Daily News as Brian Ferrelli, posted a screen shot of the direct message. Direct messages can only be seen by the sender and the recipient.
Stoudemire apologized early Sunday, using another direct message that BFerrelli posted as a screen shot, saying ''I apologize for what I said earlier. I just got off the plane and had time to think about it. Sorry bro!! No Excuses. Won't happen again.''
Calls to the Knicks and the NBA weren't immediately returned.