Found October 03, 2012 on
Added: Anthony Randolph (FA), Andre Iguodala (Trade)
Lost: Aaron Afflalo, Al Harrington, Chris Anderson, Rudy Fernandez,
Draft: Evan Fournier (1st Round, 20th Overall), Quincy Miller (2nd Round, 38th Overall)
Free Agency Analysis: The team was relatively quiet when it came to free agency only picking up reserve forward, Anthony Randolph. He came into the league as a lottery pick and with great potential, but he has yet to put it all together, which is why he has bounced around the league. He could take the role of the waived Chris Anderson as a defender, shot blocker and rebounder off the bench and is talented enough to be able to take advantage of his chances. Their big move was the addition of All-Star Andre Iguodala, who will make a big difference on the perimeter. Iguodala is arguably the top perimeter defender in the NBA and is a massive difference maker on that end. He is also a great offensive player as he has a very good midrange game and can get to the basket at will. He is...
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Denver, CO. The outlook for the upcoming Denver Nuggets season will undoubtedly be one of the most anticipated years in recent memory. The team showed a lot of toughness and resolve in their first round playoff series, and even though they didn’t come out on top, the Nuggets gave their fans plenty to be excited about. 2012-2013 is going to be an interesting year. There seems to...
The Denver Nuggets have never been known for their fashion sense on the court. Over the years the team has worn a slew of uniforms that even the most tripped-out acid freak would deem over-the-top (See: here, here, here, and here).
Recently the team has taken to a simple powder blue uni that is unoffensive and rather pleasant. Clearly that had to change. On Monday the team...
Denver Nuggets head coach George Karl has been around the NBA block quite a few times, with none of those trips involving a stop in Los Angeles. So, naturally, he hates the Lakers. Unfortunately for Karl, even he admits that his hatred for the Lakers stems from his struggles in getting past one of basketball's most decorated franchises. "I can't deny that I just despise...
Denver Nuggets head coach George Karl has been around for a long time and had many an opponent. He has a unique and absolute distaste for one organization tho. George Karl a North Carolina graduate says the L.A. Lakers are his Duke. According to the Denver Post, George Karl says he hate the Lakers. “I [...]
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The Denver Nuggets will be wearing a throwback uniform for this upcoming season. They will be wearing 18 times this season all at home. These jerseys are similar to the jerseys they wore in the 1990s, except for the yellow color scheme.
No, these jerseys won’t make the Nuggets play better or Ty Lawson looked faster but it is a cool new look.
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Denver Nuggets head coach George Karl couldn't help himself and was brutally honest when discussing the antagonistic attitude he has towards the Lakers.
Andre Iguodala earned second-team all-defensive honors two years ago.
The Nuggets used Vance Walberg's dribble-drive offense in approximately 50 percent of their offense last season.
After coaching in the NBA for over fifteen seasons, Denver Nuggets head coach George Karl doesn't exactly like a certain team from Los Angeles.During the Denver Nuggets media day, George who previously coached with the Seattle Supersonics and Milwaukee Bucks decided to inform the world that he hates the Lakers:“I can’t deny that I just despise the Lakers,” Karl said Monday...
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Head Coach: George Karl
We left off with the Denver Nuggets pushing top contender LA Lakers to the brink of defeat in the first round of the 2012 NBA playoffs. It was nothing short of spectacular for a bunch of mid-level guys who were considered to have little to no star power. But the youngsters made a push behind the splendid...
Al Gore is co-founder and chairman of the board at Current TV. He’s not a political strategist, and given this comment it’s easy to see why. The Denver altitude has often been used as a scapegoat for bad performances. Remember when the #8 seeded Denver Nuggets beat the #1 Seattle Supersonics in the first ever 8 over 1 matchup? Again some people blamed the altitude.
The Philadelphia 76ers will open up their 2012-2013 NBA Preseason against the Orlando Magic on Oct. 11th.
This will be one of seven preseason games the Sixers will play before their home and regular season opener on Oct. 31st against former teammate Andre Iguodala and the Denver Nuggets. The team’s new star, Andrew Bynum, will sit out the entire preseason after he had a successful...