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Sports Media Journal:
Time to take a look at the local media contingent which covers the DENVER NUGGETS. Newspaper- Denver is served by the Denver Post. Its online sports section includes dedicated coverage of the Nuggets. Beat writer Benjamin Hochman (Twitter) handles the Nuggets Ink blog. The always entertaining Woody Paige (Twitter) and Mark Kiszla (Twitter) will comment on
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Tonight the 76ers Open their 50th NBA Season vs the Denver Nuggets which features the return of former 76ers Andre Iguodala. The 2012 NBA All-Star wrote a Letter to the City of Philadelphia on his Website: Philly— I would like to take the time to thank you and all your devoted sports fans for the…
Early in fourth quarter the Sixers were up by 14, but Denver came roaring back with a 15-2 run to close to one point.
Jrue Holiday hit a three-point play and to open up the lead and the Sixers ended up winning, 84-75. Holiday had 14 points.
Spencer Hawes lead the Sixers with 16 points including 2-3 from three-point land and had five blocks.
He had a baseline jumper on...
Sophomore seasons are always an important step for young players in the NBA. What kind of leap will Jordan Hamilton be taking in his second year in the league? Can he be an important contributor for the Nuggets this season?
Welcome back to Philadelphia, AI.The new Denver Nuggest small forward returned to play his former team and showcased what he’s always did for them: throw down monster dunks. I’m sure they miss him.
PHILADELPHIA – Andre Iguodala had the oddest of nights in his first game against his former team Wednesday night. He was booed, and he was accorded a standing ovation. Most significant of all was the 84-75 loss the Philadelphia 76ers hung on Iguodala and the Denver Nuggets in both teams’ season opener. Spencer Hawes had 16 points, 12 rebounds and five blocked shots off the...
The Nuggets have Ty Lawson, Danilo Gallinari, Wilson Chandler and JaVale McGee on long-term deals.
Speedy point guard averaged career highs in points, assists in 2011-12.
PHILADELPHIA – Andre Iguodala had the oddest of nights in his first game against his former team Wednesday night. He was booed, and he was accorded a standing ovation. Most significant of all was the 84-75 loss the Philadelphia 76ers hung on Iguodala and the Denver Nuggets, in both teams' season opener Wednesday night. Spencer Hawes had 16 points and 12 rebounds off the...