With Nate Robinson out, things look bleak for the Nuggets season, but the franchise can use this time to evaluate their young talent.
The bad news just keeps rolling in on the injury front for the Denver Nuggets. Guard Nate Robinson will miss the rest of the year after undergoing ACL surgery Friday.
The Nuggets had only six fast break points and turned the ball over a season-high 26 times, leading to 29 points for the visiting Raptors and a 100-90 loss for Denver.
Ty Lawson wasn’t one of the Western Conference all-star selections, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t one of the best guards in the game.
Nuggets sparkplug Nate Robinson suffered a sprained ACL in Wednesday’s loss to the Bobcats and is expected to miss significant time.
The young Denver Nuggets are still learning to play defense without fouling, and it cost them a win against the visiting Bobcats.
Playing point in the absence of Ty Lawson and Nate Robinson, Randy Foye had 30 points but the Nuggets still fell to Charlotte 101-98 Wednesday.
The Nuggets used the fast break to score a win against the Kings Sunday, but only a defensive mentality will keep the momentum going.
Ty Lawson scored 27 points and Denver got to the free throw line 40 times to beat Sacramento on the second night of a back-to-back.
Denver came out determined to speed past the worn-out Indiana Pacers Saturday, and the Nuggets executed their game-plan to perfection.