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With the Nuggets landing Andre Iguodala they may have found that player that can help them advance past the first round of the Western Conference Playoffs. The Dwight Howard trade saw so many scenarios in the last 10 months, who knew what teams would end up being involved in a trade, if it were to [...]
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Tuesday begins the start of the NBA regular season and with that we see a slew of NBA teams reshaped and reformed, but how will some of the new acquisitions fair for their new teams. Andre Iguodala was traded to the Denver Nuggets as part of a four-team haul that sent Arron Afflalo and Al [...]The post Andre Iguodala Brings New Edge To Denver Nuggets appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
Denver, CO. We all know the situation in the Western Conference of the National Basketball Association. Because of how the Thunder finished this past June, and what the Lakers have done during the offseason, these two teams are the lopsided favorites to face each other for conference supremacy. It only makes sense too, as Oklahoma City is loaded with young talent all over their...
The big news over the weekend was James Harden rejecting Oklahoma City Thunder extension offer, and then hours later being traded to the Houston Rockets. While, Ty Lawson of the Denver Nuggets isn’t the Sixth Man of the Year, he’s pretty damn important to the Denver Nuggets’ drive-and-kick system; a report surfaced contract extensions have [...]The post Contract Extension Talks...
Ty Lawson and the Nuggets continue to discuss a contract extension.
After eights seasons in the City of Brotherly Love, Andre Iguodala is hoping to give the Denver Nuggets a big boost in 2012-13.
It's uncertain, meanwhile, when the new face of the Philadelphia 76ers will be able to take the court.
Iguodala faces his former team as Denver visits Philadelphia, which isn't likely to have recently acquired Andrew Bynum available for Wednesday...
Andre Iguodala and Andrew Bynum will forever be linked in the same transaction.
The All-Stars weren't traded straight up - yes, it took four teams, 10 other players, and five draft picks to move Iguodala from Philadelphia to Denver and Bynum from the Los Angeles Lakers to the 76ers - but in Philly, the trade is viewed through a one-for-one prism.
Without a game played, Sixers...