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Nuggets rookie Jordan Hamilton, who just yesterday we told you is one of the NBA’s top five players who need more playing time, didn’t disappoint our prediction Wednesday night. Playing against the Clippers in his hometown of Los Angeles, Hamilton went from the left baseline to Reggie Evans’ mug in two dribbles before closing with [...]
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Blake Griffin did it again on Wednesday night. In the above video all the Griffin did was dunk on no fewer than three members of the Denver Nuggets.
Included in that group was Timofey Mozgov, who is no stranger to being posterized by Griffin. In fact, we’d bet heavily that Mozgov is probably still having nightmares about Griffin on a nightly basis.
The best part about this...
Denver looked so fantastic coming out on the Staples Center floor, they were active on the offense, defensive intensity was there, the three-ball was working for Denver, but when the going got tough, Coach Karl went back to his good ole standby:Al Harrington. Which may have worked in the game against Minnesota. However, the Clippers aren't Minnesota. For this simple fact, Denver...
Just in case you though that Blake Griffin couldn't put together "oh my god" dunk this season, he pulls off this incredible one against the Denver Nuggets.
Watch as Griffin leaps near the free throw line and throws it down on Timothy Mozgov/Kenneth Faried:
Rudy Fernandez was expected to return to the Nuggets' lineup Thursday against San Antonio, but the guard did not play in the loss to the Spurs.
Read in Doug Smith’s blog today that the Toronto Raptors are making a case for Wilson Chandler, who just finished a season playing in China.
Chandler always impressed me when he was with the Knicks and I did not really get to see him play much when he was with the Nuggets (who have also met with Chandler).
The guy can score and for the Raptors, that is much needed these days....
Every day, in every way -- Blake Griffin does something like he did last night against the Denver Nuggets.
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Corey Brewer scored 15 of his 23 points in the fourth quarter, but it wasn't enough as the Nuggets lost 114-99 to San Antonio on Thursday night at Pepsi Center. Andre Miller added 20 points and seven assists, while Arron Afflalo finished with 19 points for the Nuggets.
The Nuggets limped into the All-Star break, victims of cold shooting and a determined San Antonio team, which whipped them 114-99 Thursday night at the Pepsi Center.
It was a weird sight, Kenyon Martin playing his famously fierce defense against Denver.
DENVER (AP) DeJuan Blair tied a career high with 28 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, helping the San Antonio Spurs beat the
Denver Nuggets 114-99 on Thursday night to wrap up a nine-game road swing.