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Maybe the Denver Nuggets will move Ty Lawson for more than a Godfather offer after all. According to ESPN, not only is Brian Shaw's team trying to trade its point guard but also has a specific replacement in mind – George Hill of the Indiana Pacers.
The Denver Nuggets are in shambles, but that doesn't mean they're cleaning house – at least not completely. Grantland's Zach Lowe reports that though every player on its roster save for rookie Jusuf Nurkic has been made available before Thursday's trade deadline, it would take "Godfather" type offers for Denver to part with Ty Lawson or Kenneth Faried.
The first half of 2014-2015 hasn't gone how the Denver Nuggets envisioned.
The Denver Nuggets are rolling, and the return of plays like this from Ty Lawson is of many reasons why.
The effects of serious injuries on professional athletes are rippling.
The Bulls got blown out 30-19 in the first quarter against the visiting Nuggets last night, but they quickly caught up by halftime and out-scored the vistors by 20 in the second half.
To survive in today’s NBA, you need a good point guard.
During the opening Sunday of the 2014-15 NFL season, the Dallas Cowboys got steamrolled by a Niners team that went up 21-3 in the early going, with the Dallas defense acting as a sieve for Colin Kaepernick and company.
Ty served humble pie on a Sunday evening.
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.
The basketball public measures the quality of a crossover mostly by the reaction of the defender.
You have to admit Dime has good timing.
In the game of basketball there is nothing like witnessing an ankle-breaker.
You don't always need to cross a player up to get the desired response from your defender.
Can anyone believe the NBA season is almost at an end.
Ballhandling is a skill that can define a player.
The Heat break the Trail Blazers heart. Again.
Like all pro leagues, the NBA is a game of dollars.