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The high-octane HDH Royals bullpen of Kelvin Herrera, Wade Davis and Greg Holland, after an extra day’s rest in Game 1, pitched 3.2 innings of more scoreless relief in Kansas City’s 7-2 win over the Giants in Game 2 Wednesday night. They are a prime example of how things in baseball don’t necessarily happen by plan but through circumstance.
The Knicks are just days away from opening the regular-season against the Chicago Bulls and yet two of the team’s likely starters are still nursing injuries. While one of them- Jose Calderon- seems to be close to returning from a right calf strain, the other, Andrea Bargnani, remains in medical limbo with a pulled hamstring.
Six days until the opener and the Knicks are starting to look very familiar — and not necessarily in a good way. In brief: Carmelo Anthony is shooting a lot and scoring many points on isolations, while quicker opponents are wide open on the perimeter at the other end.