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Nuggets big man JaVale McGee is quirky. From his alter ego of Pierre- which he doesn’t bring out to play anymore but I wouldn’t mind a come back – to his habit of RT himself on Twitter, it’s easy to see that McGee is “different.” How does “different” manifest itself on the court? Well McGee has been a frequent contributor to Shaq’s “Inside the NBA” segment, “Shaqtin a fool” with plays like passing to no one, in-bounding the ball while still, in bounds and more but it turns out there might just be an explanation for all the random behavior. JaVale has ADD, not referred to as ADHD. And, he likes it.
“I have extreme ADD. They tried to put me on Ritalin, but I wouldn’t do it. I just didn’t want to take it. I was young (when it was diagnosed); it was a long time ago. But, yeah, it’s definitely fun having ADD. It’s extremely fun. I’m not boring.”
JaVale continues to grow as a player and absolutely shows bright spots in his game while still managing to entertain with his anti
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JaVale McGee said he has been diagnosed with ADD but chooses not to take medication because having ADD is "extremely fun."
Andre Iguodala has enjoyed playing with the Denver Nuggets this season.
According to a Fox Sports report, that won’t stop him from handling his business.
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It's probably hard to imagine turning down close to $20 million in guaranteed money but Denver Nuggets swingman Andre Iguodala told Fox Sports Florida he's planning on opting out of the final year of his deal this summer, forgoing a guaranteed $16 million to seek a long term deal. Iguodala was quick to note that opting out of his contract a year early has nothing to do...
DENVER -- The Denver Nuggets recently had a 15-game winning streak. But nobody paid too much attention since the Miami Heat were in the midst of a 27-game spurt.It would figure. For a team with the NBAs fourth-best record, the Nuggets sure do fly under the radar.But leave it to point guard Ty Lawson to let it be known how good they are.Lawson vows the Nuggets (50-24) can get to the...
The Denver Nuggets have quietly been playing some of the best basketball in the league this season. I say quietly only because the Miami Heat and their winning streak along with other story lines like the trouble the Lakers have been dealing with, the San Antonio Spus shaping up for another championship push, and a few other story lines have really dominated the media.
No doubt about it, the Denver Nuggets are a completely different team currently than they were during the first 20 games of the season; they have found their stride in lieu of their offense, have been nearly unstoppable at home, and their defensive efficiency has made strides from a ranked 19th last season to 11th [...]The post Ty Lawson Believes Denver Nuggets Could Beat Miami Heat...
Andre Iguodala is due $15.9 million next season, but the Nuggets forward is likely to opt out of his contract with Denver after the season. Though it’s unlikely he’ll get that kind of money elsewhere next year, the eight-year-veteran is looking for long-term security, which he can get if he becomes a free agent and signs a multi-year deal.
According to Chris Tomasson, Fox Sports...
After the Denver Nuggets’ quest to win a championship this season has reached its conclusion one way or another, their forward Andre Iguodala, plans to go on quest of his own for financial and personal security.
Iguodala, was acquired by the Nuggets this past off-season, in a trade involving the Orlando Magic, Los Angeles Lakers, and Philadelphia 76ers. And while the main players...
The Denver Nuggets recently had an impressive 15 game winning streak of their own, and if not for the Miami Heat’s amazing 27 game winning streak, they probably would have been the darlings of the NBA for a few weeks.
Nuggets guard Ty Lawson is a confident player and that confidence has seemed to trickle down to the rest of his teammates. Lawson thinks the 50-24 Nuggets could beat...
For a coach who has lost the key component of his offense so close to the postseason, George Karl doesn't seem very worried.
With capable backups at the ready at point guard, the Nuggets try to adjust without Ty Lawson on Wednesday night when they play a surging Utah Jazz team fighting to make the playoffs.
Lawson missed three games earlier this month with a strained heel before...