Gary Harris, Quincy Miller and Erick Green have all had strong starts to their Las Vegas Summer League.
The Nuggets have made a series of moves this offseason, hoping to be back in the playoff picture next year. Despite adding veterans such as Arron Afflalo, the Nuggets still have a very intriguing summer league team. The premier names are 2012 No. 38 pick Quincy Miller, 2013 No...
It seems like basketball just ended, but already teams are tuning up for the start of training camp.
The Denver Nuggets are no exception. The Nuggets, along with 23 other NBA teams, will take part once again in the Samsung NBA Summer League in Las Vegas starting July 11.
The Nuggets Summer League roster will include forward Quincy Miller, who averaged 4.9 points and 2.8 rebounds...
The Denver Nuggets regressed this past season finishing 21 games worse than they did in 2012-13. Injuries, a coaching change, and new general manager all factored into that drop in the standings. With no cap space available and a couple of bad contracts on the roster, Denver faces a challenging off-season in trying to get pointed back in the right direction.
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Golden State Warriors power forward Andre Iguodala unleashed an incredibly nasty crossover move that broke the ankles of Denver Nuggets forward Quincy Miller during the first quarter of Thursday night's game at the ORACLE Arena.After the game, Miller jokingly blamed it on his sneakers:I ain't never wearing them damn sneakers again
The Denver Nuggets narrowly defeated the Golden State Warriors 100-99 on Thursday night, but not without some embarrassment.
Golden State forward Andre Iguodala held court during the first quarter of the game when he schooled Denver’s Quincy Miller with a mean double crossover.
Iguodala knows what he did, and his face at the end says it all.
Man-to-man coverage is only as...
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In case you missed it on every highlight reel last night, Denver Nuggets player Quincy Miller died on the Golden..
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As an avid basketball fan I can appreciate a good crossover as much as anyone, but what Andre Iguodala did to Nuggets’ forward Quincy Miller Thursday night live on TNT was just mean. Watch:
Clean up, aisle #30. You couldn’t have choreographed a more textbook ankle-breaker. It looked like Miller was doing a dance move or diving for some loose change. Or maybe Miller...
As you have probably heard by now, Denver Nuggets forward Quincy Miller was absolutely destroyed by an Andre Iguodala crossover on Thursday night. Iguodala redfined the ankle-breaking game by making Miller fall straight on his face. To his credit, Miller was a great sport about the whole thing on Twitter after the game. I ain't […]
Golden State Warriors forward Andre Igudola had Denver Nuggets Quincy Miller on skates Thursday night. During the first quarter, Iggy crossed Quincy over TWICE, then blew by him as he fell.
Yikes, broken ankles… But the Nuggets pull this one out, 100-99.
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Andre Iguodala just absolutely ruined Quincy Miller with what had to be the best crossover of the season. During the first quarter of Thursday night’s Golden State Warriors-Denver Nuggets game, Iguodala pushed the ball up the court and just toyed with Miller. First he went right with a behind-the-back dribble, and then he crossed back […]
Golden State forward Andre Iguodala straight up destroyed Denver’s Quincy Miller with a nasty crossover during tonight’s Warriors-Nuggets matchup.
Poor Quincy, nothing like having your ankles AND your dignity broken at the same time.
Andre Iguodala absolutely bagged Quincy Miller’s ankles to a very nasty degree on Thursday night with the rare double-crossover. Andre perfectly executed the ankle breaker during the first quarter of the Warriors game against the Nuggets. The crowd enjoyed the cross-up so much that they even gave Iguodala a standing ovation. The Warriors’ bench celebrated appropriately. [Bleacher...
We here at That NBA Lottery Pick love killer crossovers and during tonight’s Golden State Warriors-Denver Nuggets, Andre Iguodala broke out a nasty crossover.
In the first quarter of play at Oracle Arena, watch as Andre in transition breaks out his crossover and well, watch as Quincy Miller loses traction and goes to the ground with a bad case of broken ankles:
Look out for broken...
Warriors’ Andre Iguodala made Nuggets forward Quincy Miller fall to the court with what could be the crossover of the year during the first quarter of Thursday’s game against Denver.
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Photo Credit: AP Andre Iguodala has had a very up-and-down season in his first season with the Golden State Warriors, highlighted by multiple injuries. However, Iguodala still plays an important role to the overall success of the team, given his ability to handle the ball, allowing the Splash Brothers to roam the three point lines and make plays off the ball. Iguodala showed off...
The third quarter featured a series of plays that had Kings jumping off the bench cheering on their teammates.
Many of them had nothing to do with the 39 points Sacramento scored in the period.
It was guard Ben McLemore going up to block Denver center Timofey Mozgov’s shot at the rim. Or Quincy Acy going up to stuff Quincy Miller with two hands at the rim.
Then there were center...
Denver Nuggets: Should The Nuggets Tank?
By Jennifer Fazioli: Lead Columnist At Hoopstuff…
With the news (via Marc Stein of ESPN) that the New York Knicks are renewing inquiries into a trade for Kenneth Faried in exchange for Iman Shumpert as we approach the All Star Break and trade deadline, it raises the question of whether the Nuggets should be looking to shut it down for the...
SALT LAKE CITY–The best player from Colorado didn’t play for the Denver Nuggets on Jan. 13. Former Colorado Buffaloes guard Alec Burks scored a career-high 34 points for the Utah Jazz in a 118-103 win over the Nuggets at EnergySolutions Arena on Monday.
The Nuggets looked slow to start the first quarter, as the Jazz took a 15-7 lead at 7:37 . However, Quincy...
The Nuggets had another high-octane offensive night Saturday in claiming their fifth consecutive victory, blowing out the Orlando Magic 120-94 at the Pepsi Center.
The loss was the seventh in a row for the Magic, which was without leading scorer Arron Afflalo after the former Nugget guard suffered a strained right foot at Sacramento on Friday.
With the Magic reeling and playing...
Denver's deep roster just keeps the Nuggets rolling.
Kenneth Faried had 17 points and nine rebounds, Randy Foye and Evan Fournier scored 18 points apiece, and Denver had seven players score at least 13 points in a 120-94 victory over the Orlando Magic on Saturday night.
Quincy Miller had 16 points and 11 rebounds - both career highs - and J.J. Hickson had 13 points and 10 rebounds...
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January 12, 2014
Kenneth Faried had 17 points and nine rebounds, Randy Foye and Evan Fournier scored 18 points apiece, and the Denver Nuggets beat the Orlando Magic 120-94 Saturday night.
Quincy Miller had 16 points and 11 rebounds - both career highs - for Denver, which has won five straight after losing eight in a row. Seven Nuggets scored at least 13 points, including J.J. Hickson, who had 13...
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January 12, 2014
Denver Nuggets vs Orlando Magic
The Denver Nuggets welcomed in the Orlando Magic on Saturday night to Pepsi Center. The Magic were without former Nugget Arron Afflalo for this contest as he was out with an ankle sprain. Denver has been on an absolute tear since exiling Andre Miller from the team, rattling off four straight wins. The Nuggets got perhaps their best win on Thursday...
Watch Nuggets forward Quincy Miller do the Karl Malone “Mailman” dunk during the third quarter of Thursday’s game against the Thunder.
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DENVER–Randy Foye recorded a season-high 23 Pts (8-17 FG, 7-12 3PT) for the Denver Nuggets (17-17) as they they beat the Boston Celtics (13-22) 129-98 at the Pepsi Center on Jan. 8. The Nuggets have won three-straight games since losing eight-consecutive games from Dec. 17 to Jan. 1. Kenneth Faried (21 Pts, 13 Reb) and Ty Lawson (19 Pts, 13 Ast ) also added double-doubles for...
Denver Nuggets at Los Angeles Lakers: Ty Lawson recorded his 9th double-double of the season as the Nuggets rolled to victory 137-115
The Denver Nuggets traveled to Staples Center to face the Los Angeles Lakers for a one-game road trip on Sunday night. Both teams just ended lengthy losing streaks and looked to build a winning streak. This also marked the first regular season game...