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Unless you were in attendance at the Denver Nuggets training camp, you probably haven’t seen point guard Andre Miller’s brand-new hairstyle.
Thanks to Hardwood Paroxysm, we now have the picture proof of it:
Cannot unsee Andre Miller's new hair http://t.co/aMz7SRMzzS
— Hardwood Paroxysm (@HPbasketball) October 3, 2013
Is Andre Miller’s hair cut awesome? Yes it is!
Andre Miller image courtesy of Getty Images
BEST OF MAXIM
Denver Nuggets guard Randy Foye says he has a condition called situs inversus, which means his organs are flipped. “Your organs are reversed, so my heart isn’t on the left side, it’s on the right side. And my liver isn’t on the right, it’s on the left,” Foye told Benjamin Hochman of The Denver
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One of the most exciting players on the Denver Nuggets roster in 2013-14 could be Quincy Miller–a small forward who only played 26 minutes in the NBA in 2012-13.
New Nuggets head coach Brian Shaw said that Miller reminds him of a young Paul George, and that Miller’s a special talent, according to Christopher Dempsey of the Denver Post.
Shaw would know...
New Denver Nuggets head coach Brian Shaw means business. On Thursday, Shaw revealed that he is trying to instill a greater sense of toughness into his players in training camp, subtly insinuating that Nuggets teams of the past have been relatively soft. Shaw referred to this style of play as "smashmouth basketball" and proceeded to explain the term in the following manner...
Is this the year Anthony Randolph lives up to his potential? (Photo: Chris Young, The Canadian Press)
Anthony Randolph was originally drafted 14th overall in the 2008 NBA Draft by the Golden State Warriors. At that time, DraftExpress projected the 6’10 forward/center to be a player somewhere between Rudy Gay (best case) and Tim Thomas (worst case). Not a bad place to fall in terms...
Jordan Hamilton and Quincy Miller are two key pieces for the Nuggets future. The youngsters found some time to have some fun during the team’s media day: Follow Mark Gunnels @RealMarkGunnels Facebook.com/FullScaleSports Twitter: @FullScaleSport
Denver Nuggets small forward Jordan Hamilton busted out an off-the-wall trick shot at the team’s Media Day session.
Take this rumor with a grain of salt as the Nuggets have a full roster and a already feature undersized guards in Ty Lawson Nate Robinson and Randy Foye. But Sam Amico of Fox Sports Ohio had the following snippet in a recent article on Oct. 4th:
The Denver Nuggets may reach out to former Cavs guard Daniel Gibson league sources told FOX Sports Ohio. Gibson spent his entire career...