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We figure that most of you by now have heard about the shooting tragedy in Colorado that claimed many lives during a midnight screening of "The Dark Knight".
The Denver Nuggets Summer League team decided to show their support for Colorado by wearing black headbands in their game against the Portland Trail Blazers:
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The Nuggets honored the Aurora shooting victims with a special gesture during their summer league game later that day.
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The Denver Nuggets are wearing black headbands at NBA Summer League to honor victims of the mass shooting that claimed 12 lives and left 59 people injured at the midnight movie premier of "The Dark Knight Rises" in Aurora, Colo., Friday. This follows many Colorado-area athletes who offered prayers and condolences via Twitter on Friday morning.
By now you’ve surely heard about the tragedy in Aurora, Colo., where a gunman opened fire on moviegoers early Friday during a midnight showing of “The Dark Knight Rises.” Reports have the death toll at 12 with many more left wounded.
The Denver Nuggets’ summer league team paid tribute to those victims by wearing black headbands for their game against the Blazers in Las Vegas...
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