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With a little over two minutes remaining in the Bulls-Nuggets game in Denver last night, Danilo Gallinari was pinned along the far sideline with the shot clock running down.
With the score knotted at 82 apiece between the Lakers and surging Nuggets last night, Jeremy Lin collected a rebound and got out in the open court.
The effects of serious injuries on professional athletes are rippling.
After 57 wins and home-court advantage in the first round of the 2013 NBA Playoffs, the Denver Nuggets lost Andre Iguodala to Golden State, let Coach of the Year, George Karl walk, and lost star GM Masai Ujiri to Toronto.
Maybe you forgot about them, or simply blocked their injury from your mind — convinced they were never on your team anyway.
Leading up to the 2014 NBA Draft, we are going to preview each team in the lottery for their needs.
Sources informed Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports, Denver Nuggets forward Danilo Gallinari will miss the rest of the NBA season after having reconstructive surgery on the torn ACL in his left knee today.
With the NBA season less than a week away from officially starting, you've probably noticed we've been pumping out enough preview content to bury even Hasheem Thabeet.
NBA small forwards usually have that rare combination of skill, size and athleticism that makes them a terror to defend and a spectacle to watch.
While all of America is gearing up for fantasy football, we here at Dime feel that it's never too early for fantasy basketball draft preparation.
Even though they're not very well known, the bench guys can instill some enthusiasm and excitement all their own while pumping up their playing teammates with every towel wave and fist pump.
The second round of the playoffs is underway and with only eight teams remaining, it means another eight have been eliminated from title contention.
With the playoffs starting this weekend, we look to the only person whose opinion matters about each team's playoff outlook: 2 Chainz.
If you made Carmelo Anthony into a Mortal Kombat character, he'd have it all.
If last night's Thunder/Spurs game was a preview of the Western Conference Finals, we'd be more than ok with it.
Fifteen-game winning streaks generally don't end at the hands of names like Brian Roberts, Darius Miller, Ryan Anderson and Roger Mason.
No one, it seems, walks into Denver lately and comes out unscathed.