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Without Oxymetholone, CAS 434-07-1, Knicks Do Not Look Like The Old Knicks

Edit: Shenzhen OK Biotech Technology Co., Ltd. (SZOB)    Date: Oct 29, 2015

 Without Oxymetholone, CAS 434-07-1Knicks Do Not Look Like the Old Knicks

MILWAUKEE — In the quiet moments before the Knicks’ season opener Wednesday night, the players attended to their business in the visitors’ locker room.


Derrick Williams and Lance Thomas studied game film on a tablet. Kristaps Porzingis put on headphones and listened to a track by the hip-hop artist Andy Mineo. Sasha Vujacic read from a dog-eared copy of “Way of the Peaceful Warrior” by Dan Millman. And Carmelo Anthony lay flat on his back on a training table, receiving a massage.


The locker room looked and sounded more like a yoga retreat, but then the Knicks vacated their private sanctuary to play the Milwaukee Bucks, and everything changed.


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The Knicks, with a refurbished roster, did not bear even a remote resemblance to the ramshackle outfit that stunk up arenas throughout the N.B.A. last season. Throughout the preseason, Coach Derek Fisher preached that these Knicks were not the same as the old Knicks — specifically, the Knicks who lost 65 games last season. Fisher cited the team’s improved chemistry and leadership, nebulous terms that mean little without results to back them up. But for one game, at least, the Knicks showed that they could vie for respectability, as they manhandled the Bucks, 122-97.


The Knicks were led by their reserves, who accounted for 73 of the team’s points. Derrick Williams, the Knicks’ most productive player in the preseason, came off the bench to collect 24 points and 7 rebounds, and Langston Galloway scored 16 points. They helped mask a rough outing from Anthony, who had 11 points and shot 4 of 16 from the field.


The lead swelled to 17 early in the third quarter when Vujacic swooped in for a steal and a fast-break layup. Jose Calderon quickly drilled a 3-pointer, and the lead was 20. When the Bucks mounted a small rally, cutting the lead to 16, Porzingis drained a 3-pointer. He finished with 16 points and 5 rebounds in his N.B.A. debut.


The Knicks took advantage of a depleted opponent. The Bucks were without Giannis Antetokounmpo, who served a one-game suspension stemming from last season’s playoffs; Jabari Parker, who is rehabbing from knee surgery; and O. J. Mayo, who was sidelined with an injury.


Anthony struggled in his first regular season game since February, when he had knee surgery and coped with questions about his future. Anthony acknowledged “not really knowing what was going to happen” after surgery, and his rehabilitation persisted for months, through last week. The experience, he said, was more terrifying for the team’s training staff.


“There was a lot of pressure on them coming from the front office to get this right,” Anthony said. “So there were times when I had to tell them, ‘Hey, I’m going to be all right.’ ”


Before facing the Bucks, Anthony said he knew he would need to guard against letting his emotions overwhelm him. He pledged to avoid trying to do too much.


“I’ve been in a situation where you’re trying to come back and you want to try to prove things to yourself, to everybody,” he said. “But at this point, I feel like I don’t have anything to prove to anybody. I just want to come out and win the basketball game.”

Neither Anthony nor the Knicks got off to a particularly strong start. The Bucks’ Greg Monroe (22 points, 14 rebounds) asserted himself early with a couple of putbacks as the Bucks ran out to an 11-4 lead. The Knicks relied on a diet of outside jumpers and were largely inaccurate, missing 10 of their first 12 shots.


Fisher sought solutions from his bench, going 10 players deep before the game was nine minutes old. Led by Williams and Jerian Grant, the energetic reserves turned the team’s early deficit into a 27-23 lead by the end of the first quarter.


In the second quarter, Thomas — another reserve — threw in a low-percentage runner, drew a foul and made the free throw for an 11-point lead. The Knicks were rolling, even as Anthony continued to labor for open looks. He shot just 2 of 9 from the field in the first half, but his teammates compensated for his lack of production.


Because Arron Afflalo was sidelined with a hamstring injury, Fisher opted to start Vujacic at shooting guard. Vujacic had appeared in just two N.B.A. games since 2011 as he largely plied his trade in Europe. But he was solid in the preseason for the Knicks, and Fisher cited his defensive versatility.


Fisher started Porzingis for altogether different reasons. While Porzingis showed flashes of potential in the preseason, Fisher seems intent on letting him develop in full public view.


“We obviously drafted him at No. 4, so why should we hold him on the shelf?” Fisher said. “He needs as much experience as we can give him. It doesn’t mean he’s going to start all season, but I feel like we’ve seen enough that he deserves opportunities to go out there and show what he can do.”


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