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DENVER (AP) -- Andre Iguodala scored six of his 17 points over the final three minutes to help the Denver Nuggets hold off the Detroit Pistons 109-97 and snap a three-game skid on Tuesday night.
The Nuggets broke out their new canary yellow uniforms for their home opener and played pretty snazzy, especially late in the third quarter when they began opening up a 17-point lead. The Pistons rallied late, before Iguodala closed the door with two baskets and a pair of free throws. Iguodala also finished with 10 rebounds.
Greg Monroe scored 27 points for the Pistons, who dropped their fourth straight. Detroit and Washington (0-2) are the only winless teams left in the NBA this season.
Before the tipoff, Iguodala grabbed the microphone and gave a speech to the fans waving gold towels in unison: "This is a big year for us. We need your support."
The Nuggets aren't home all that much in the early going, playing 18 of their next 28 away from Pepsi Center.
So far, the road h...
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DENVER -- Andre Iguodala sat back and let his younger teammates steal some thunder Tuesday in the Denver Nuggets' home opener. JaVale McGee and Kenneth Faried were flying around, dunking and blocking shots. Meanwhile, Iguodala was quietly putting together a solid game. In the end, he stole the show. Iguodala had a double-double in his first home game in a Denver uniform...
First, Andre Iguodala threw a bad pass. Then, he took too many steps.
Two costly turnovers late in a close game. In his Denver home debut, no less.
Miffed by his miscues, Iguodala went to work, scoring six of his 17 points over the final three minutes to help the Denver Nuggets hold off the Detroit Pistons 109-97 on Tuesday night.
''When I make a mistake, I really want...
Andre Iguodala scored six of his 17 points over the final three minutes to help the Denver Nuggets hold off the Detroit Pistons 109-97 and snap a three-game skid on Tuesday night.
The Nuggets broke out their new canary yellow uniforms for their home opener and played pretty snazzy, especially late in the third quarter when they began opening up a 17-point lead. The Pistons rallied...
Late in the fourth quarter of the Rockets and Nuggets game on Wednesday night Andre Miller took alley-oops to a new level. With Denver leading by a score of 87-80, Andre Miller got a defensive rebound and started a break, but noticed teammate Kenneth Faried already sprinting and near the rim. Miller heaved up a 60-foot pass and Faried finished the alley-oop with two hands and a...
Long after most of his Denver Nuggets teammates had cleared the practice floor, Danilo Gallinari remained out there running a shooting drill he devised back home in Italy.
Each time he missed a shot during the back-and-forth exercise, Gallinari punished himself by starting over again. For 90 minutes, this went on and on.
It's simply his method for breaking out of a shooting...
James Harden and Andre Iguodala became good friends this summer on the U.S. Olympic team.
They are on new teams this season and Iguodala will likely be tasked with trying to slow down the league's leading scorer Wednesday night when his Denver Nuggets visit Harden's Houston Rockets.
Harden and Iguodala bonded during the London Games, with neither seeing much action for...
HOUSTON -- The Denver Nuggets opened the season with great expectations derived from a returning roster replete with talent and reinforced by the addition of Olympian and All-Star swingman Andre Iguodala. That it took the Nuggets four games to record their first victory inspired minor concern. But following their triumph over the Pistons on Tuesday night, the Nuggets won again...
Two of the NBA's four winless teams meet Tuesday night, though one of them being without a victory comes as a bigger surprise than the other.
After a disheartening three-game road trip, the Denver Nuggets open their home schedule against the Detroit Pistons with both teams looking to get on track offensively.
Denver was stunned in the finale of its trip, losing 119-116 to Miami...