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It was supposed to be a day at the circus that, in reality, never felt very circus-like.

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What was forecasted to be a frenzy was instead a mostly serene scene that, if not for the sheer numbers in attendance, might not have cracked the NBA’s top three in terms of media day madness.

As much as a three-hour block of interviews before a single ball is dribbled can generate hold-your-breath drama, there was more breathlessness Monday in Denver and Washington than Miami, thanks to the respective newsmaking re-entrances of Carmelo Anthony and Gilbert Arenas.

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