Found January 30, 2012 on
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Ty Lawson said Monday that his injured ankle is improving, but that he remains a game-time decision for the Nuggets vs. the Grizzlies in Memphis on Tuesday. More updates and details coming later at denverpost.com/nuggets.
George Karl, Andre Miller and Lawson talked about what his absence meant to Denver in its loss to the Clippers on Sunday:
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For the second time in less than a month, J.R. Smith's sister was involved in an altercation with fans in China which included her shoving a fan and flipping off the crowd.
Denver Nuggets point guard Ty Lawson says he expects to play against the Los Angeles Clippers Sunday despite an ankle injury.Lawson, who missed the Nuggets’ game with Toronto Friday, practiced Saturday and told reporters that he would definitely play against the Clippers Sunday.Lawson is averaging 15.7 points, 6.5 assists and leads the team with 1.5 steals per game.
The Denver Nuggets' lengthy winning streak is over. They'd like to continue their run on the road.
Denver looks to win six straight away from home for the first time in 24 years on Tuesday night when it faces a Memphis Grizzlies team trying to avoid a fifth consecutive defeat.
After reeling off six consecutive wins and eight in nine games, Denver (14-6) was outscored 32...
Nuggets guard Ty Lawson was a late scratch from Sunday night's game against the Los Angeles because of a sprained left ankle that continues to give him problems.
In just over two seasons, Ty Lawson has rocketed from a point guard whom Nuggets coach George Karl was reluctant to play as a rookie to, it appears, being the most indispensable cog on a
This dunk is from last year but it is too filthy to not remember. JR Smith literally flies then posterizes George Hill. Awesome!
Nuggets forward Danilo Gallinari is receiving hometown support in his bid to become the first Italian-born player to appear in the NBA All-Star Game. The Il Cittadino newspaper in Italy has been urging its readers to vote for Gallinari, who is averaging career-highs in nearly every statistical category this season.
Before Timofey Mozgov became the Nuggets starting center this season, he was best known for being dunk upon/over by Blake Griffin, back when Timofey played for the Knicks. Well, on Monday night, the Clippers’ Griffin unleashed a similar dunk on a similarly sized center – Kendrick Perkins of the Thunder (video below).
As the broadcasters lost their minds, here was their debate...
The Post's Nuggets writer responds to your questions in Benjamin Hochman's Nuggets Mailbag. In this week's installment, Benjamin takes four Q's, including one wondering if Kenyon Martin might return to Denver.
The Denver Nuggets hope to win their sixth straight road game for the first time in nearly a quarter century when they square off with the Memphis Grizzlies at FedEx Forum.
A pair of Western Conference contenders meet in the Rockies Sunday when the Denver Nuggets entertain the Los Angeles Clippers at Pepsi Center.