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Denver forward Kenneth Faried has had an up-and-down season as a member of the tanktastic Nuggets.
Faried had a relatively solid game Friday night against the Miami Heat, except for this individual play. 33 more words
The NCAA Tournament, with its orgy of games the first weekend, is a hoops junkie’s dream. It is also when a lot of fans of an NBA team fall in love with a particular player they hope their team can draft come June. 1,112 more words
It happened in the middle of the first quarter: In the scramble for a loose ball, Wilson Chandler pushed the Rockets’ Terrence Jones, who fell forward and hit his ribs on the knee of Kenneth Faried. 105 more words
Maybe it’s the altitude. That’s the only plausible explanation for the Denver Nuggets’ increasingly brazen decision-making process lately.
It’s common for playoff-bound teams to rest star players in anticipation of a long post-season run, but when losing teams start doing it in a shamelessly-obvious attempt to jockey for prime real estate in the draft lottery, well, we call that tanking, and a lot of folks don’t take too kindly to it, even when it’s in the team’s best interest moving forward. 552 more words
Completely out of the playoff race, the Denver Nuggets have stooped to a new form of tanking — resting players for no apparent reason.
And it wasn’t just any players, it was top-tier players Ty Lawson, Danilo Gallinari and Kenneth Faried. 209 more words