Found November 13, 2012 on
Pinkie favorite and former Morehead State standout has been named NBA Player of the Week for the week of November 5th through 11th.
The second year player for the Denver Nuggets averaged 16.8 points, 12.8 rebounds, 1.8 blocks, 1.0 steals, and shot 56-percent from the field. He had 18 points, 17 rebounds, three blocks and two steals in a 107-101 win at Golden State to close the week.
Some other guy named LeBron James was named NBA Player of the Week in the Eastern Conference. He averaged 21.0 points, 11.0 rebounds and 6.0 assists, while grabbing his 5,000th career rebound. Yeah I know..blah, blah, blah.
Anyways, congrats to K-Time and keep up the good work in Denver.
BEST OF MAXIM
Kenneth Faried averaged 16.8 points and 12.8 rebounds while shooting .563 (27-of 48) from the field during the Nuggets' four games of the week.
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The Nuggets have assigned rookie forward Quincy Miller to the Iowa Energy
Faried is fast becoming a well known commodity around the NBA.
TWICE AS NICE
Last night, Denver Nuggets center JaVale McGee decided to throw down a couple of nasty dunks against the Phoenix Suns. Watch as he skies over Marcin Gortat for the slam and then a possession later, JaVale catches an alley-oop from Andre Miller:
A general lack of accuracy has kept the Denver Nuggets from being the scoring machine many thought they'd be, but they've still managed to win four straight after opening the season with three consecutive losses.
Perhaps they'll find their shooting touch against the Phoenix Suns.
Denver has shot better than 50 percent and averaged nearly 120 points during a six-game...
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Dwight Howard is to shooting free throws as I am to dunking; we both are horrible at it. So what does the best center in the NBA have in common with the Denver Nuggets? Free throws, folks or lack thereof. Dwight Howard is a 58.7% career free-throw shooter; enthusiasts often see the Hack-A-Howard strategy when [...]The post 2012 Denver Nuggets: The Dwight Howard Of Free Throws appeared...
I’ll be completely fair and put a few facts in perspective; this was the Nuggets 5th game in 7 nights with three being on the road and the last road game was a double OT thriller combined with the fact poor late game lineups, botched free throws, and abysmal play from the starting point guard [...]The post Denver Nuggets Show Inconsistency Against Phoenix Suns In A Loss; 110-100...