GREENBURGH, N.Y. — In the two weeks since Carmelo Anthony lost his cool against the Boston Celtics’ Kevin Garnett, he has not played a game in another N.B.A. city. He has not been subjected to taunting from opposing fans only too eager to bring up the trash-talking insults from Garnett that may have gotten under his skin. He has, in other words, not had to run a gleeful gantlet of harassment designed to knock him off his game.
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