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DENVER -- Danilo Gallinari scored a season-high 28 points, Kenneth Faried added 19 points and 11 rebounds and the Denver Nuggets survived a big night from Tim Duncan to beat the San Antonio Spurs 112-106 Tuesday night. Duncan scored 31 points, his season high, and grabbed 18 rebounds for the Spurs, who lost for the fourth time in five games. Manu Ginobili had 16 points for San Antonio. The Spurs trailed 98-83 before they made it a game with a 12-2 run late in the fourth quarter. Patty Mills hit two 3-pointers, Duncan scored eight points and Tony Parker hit a 3-pointer to pull the Spurs within 105-102. Gallinari hit with a 3-pointer and Andre Miller a 17-footer to make it 110-102 with 2:36 left. The Spurs hit two more buckets and had a chance in the final 30 seconds to get closer, but they missed three 3-pointers in a row before Miller's two free throws sealed it. Denver led by seven at the break and quickly extended the advantage to double digits in the third. Faried...
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I’ve been too many games at the Pepsi Center to see the tenacious San Antonio Spurs defeat the Denver Nuggets, and although the Nuggets had the benefit of having fresh legs, nothing should be put past the Spurs in the regular season. Luckily, Danilo Gallinari had a spectacular night — maybe not efficient — but [...]The post Danilo Gallinari, Denver Nuggets “Rips” San Antonio’s...
For Tim Duncan, the NBA lockout last season may have been a huge blessing. If he was on the court keeping busy and playing for the San Antonio Spurs, he might have kept putting his plans to open up "BlackJack Speed Shop," his own car and customization shop.
Duncan opened up about his new business venture and spoke a bit about his new shop, including on one of the reasons...
Professional basketball requires a great deal of exertion and physical stamina. And sometimes, the rigors of the sport are too much for any one human being to handle.This was the case for Denver Nuggets forward Kenneth Faried during the fourth quarter of Tuesday night's 112-106 victory over the San Antonio Spurs. Watch as his regurgitation episode sends teammates Ty Lawson and...
DENVER (AP) -- Danilo Gallinari scored a season-high 28 points, outlasting Tim Duncan down the stretch and leading the Denver Nuggets over the San Antonio Spurs 112-106 on Tuesday night.
Duncan had 31 points -- also a season best -- to go along with 18 rebounds for the Spurs, who closed a 15-point lead to three with 3:38 left before the Nuggets closed it out for their third straight...
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Ah, nothing like having the flu. I ain't mad at you Kenneth, this was me last week, minus sitting on the bench during a timeout at work but I had the flu. Ty Lawson was also sick as apparently the Denver Nuggets are very close as a team, they even share their own drinks. This is my only logical explanation to having multiple players with the flu on the team. Or maybe none...
The Denver Nuggets would host the San Antonio Spurs – who were on the second night of a back-to-back – Tuesday night and would end up beating the veteran crew, 112-106, but there were also some great highlights for Denver in this game including another sweet pass from Andre Miller to….. No, not JaVale McGee or Kenneth [...]The post Andre Miller Tosses It Up For A Sweet Danilo...
The Denver Nuggets’ high-octane power forward, Kenneth Faried, appears to have the sudden urge to blow chunks during the Nuggets’ win over the San Antonio Spurs on Tuesday night in Denver.
Faried gets sick while sitting on the bench with about 9 minutes to go in the game. His sudden flow of puke sends teammates, Ty Lawson, and Kota Koufas running for the hills and I don’t...
Denver Nuggets guard Andre Miller served up the perfect alley-oop to teammate Danilo Gallinari, who jumped way up to make the catch and the slam dunk, during the third quarter of Tuesday night's game at the Pepsi Center.
Gallinari led the team with 28 points and also grabbed 9 rebounds to lead the Nuggets to a 112-106 victory over the San Antonio Spurs.
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Kenneth Faried, of the Denver Nuggets, has been battling the flu for a few days, and it finally came clear to the viewer at home during the San Antonio Spurs matchup on Tuesday when in the fourth quarter he appeared to vomit in his towel. Check Ty Lawson getting up as quick as he runs [...]The post Kenneth Faried Vomits; Still Posts A Double-Double (Video) appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
31 points, 18 rebounds, 6 assists, 5 blocks, 2 steals, 9-of-10 free throws, and just 2 turnovers in 40 minutes of play.
The above numbers were produced by San Antonio Spurs forward Tim Duncan on Wednesday in the Spurs’ 112-106 loss to the Denver Nuggets, just a day after the Spurs fell to the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The first, second, and fourth quarters were all competitive...
The Denver Nuggets beat up on the San Antonio Spurs last night 112-106. Kenneth Faried had a solid game dropping 19 points and grabbing 11 rebounds. Faried balled for 29 minutes last night and in the 4th quarter he couldn't take any more. During a time out with 9:07 left in the game he puked in a towel on the team bench. That sent teammates Ty Lawson and Kosta Koufos...
San Antonio Spurs' Tim Duncan's BlackJack Speed Shop is finally open for business and his teammate, Patty Mills, got his ride the BlackJack treatment.
Mills took his VW R to TD's shop and got it customized. I am sure the team over at BlackJack took time and gave it their all to make Mills' ride look this great. You know, the same approach TD takes in the NBA...
Kenneth Faried managed to put up a double double of 19 points and 11 rebounds on Tuesday night in a win over the Spurs despite being sick. How sick? At one point, he vomited on the Nuggets bench sending teammates Ty Lawson and Kosta Koufos running in the other direction.
The Denver Nuggets beat the San Antonio Spurs last night and Kenneth Faried had 19 points and 11 rebounds. Also, he puked. Like seriously puked. Gross, Joey Chestnut, reversal-of-fortune puked. As Faried vomited into a towel, teammates Kosta Koufos and Ty Lawson ran to safety. Still, helluva performance by Faried while being sick.
Nuggets forward Danilo Gallinari, guard Ty Lawson, Andre Iguodala, the incredible JaVale McGee and more offer their unique renditions of favorite holiday songs. You have to give it to JaVale McGee, as his voice is as soothing as some warm milk right before bed. Article found on: Cosby Sweaters