This was back in the 2011-12 preseason, after the Knicks home exhibition against the Nets.
Harrellson then asked Stoudemire where they were going hunting during the coming season.
Stoudemire replied, 'South Beach.'
A half-amused, half-confused Harrellson asked Stoudemire, 'What can we hunt in South Beach?'
Stoudemire replied, 'We're hunting D-Wade and LeBron.'
Now, it appears that Harrellson may be joining the Heat duo.
On Sunday, Harrellson tweeted, "Kentucky it's been fun! Glad I got to see everyone! Now heading to Miami for hopefully the next 9 months."
The Sun Sentinel reported that Harrellson will be in Miami for a second workout and is 'in the mix' for a roster spot.
Harrellson averaged 4.4 points per game and 3.9 rebounds for the Knicks in his rookie season. He was a rotation player for Mike D'Antoni before missing about six weeks with a wrist injury.
Harrellson was traded to the Houston Rockets this summer in the sign-and-trade transaction that brought Marcus Camby to New York. He was then cut by Houston to create a roster spot for Carlos Delfino.
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