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Knicks’ Fisher Testing Options with Bargnani Out

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“He (Andrea Bargnani) hasn’t been able to practice the last few days so it wouldn’t be smart to jeopardize him by putting him into game action tomorrow,” (Knicks coach Derek) Fisher said of Bargnani after the Knicks practiced for the fourth straight day Sunday in Greenburgh. “We’ve mixed the groups up a lot and we have some different guys in the frontcourt at times, different guys in the backcourt, so we’ll kind of reassess who has been effective this week and try to put a good lineup together.”

Quincy Acy has started the past three contests, but Fisher indicated Saturday that 7-footer Jason Smith also is pushing for a starting spot after scoring 14 points last Tuesday against Philadelphia in Syracuse.

via Peter Botte of the New York Daily News

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