Nuggets guard (thigh) vows to be ready for Game 3 at Portland

Nuggets guard (thigh) vows to be ready for Game 3 at Portland

Philadelphia and Toronto, who have Game 4 of their series Sunday, play just twice in a seven-day span.

But he started Game 1 and has played well through the painful injury. Well, more like game-and-a-half. "I'll take either one". Obviously, the three-point shot was a scramble situation. The 26-year-old last saw his family in 2015 and won't visit due to fears of being arrested or killed. I understand our players shooting the shot, but when you're not having a night when you're making a shot consistently, you've got to attack the basket, you've got to push pressure on the rim.

Hood's third consecutive shot, a three-pointer, at the 1:07 mark of the final OT was one of the biggest shots in Hood's basketball career. While with the New York Knicks, Kanter did not go on a trip to a game in London due to fears for his safety.


The league is cutting ties with the Turkish vendor that ran its Turkish-language Twitter account, NBA Deputy Commissioner Mark Tatum said on Thursday, after Kanter alleged that the account was censoring him. "And I got excited and tried to throw it as fast as possible and when he pump faked it I was like 'uh, oh" and again, he side stepped it and cashed out. "I thought we did that down the stretch".

"Rodney's been great for us". But we have a next-play mentality. Siakam, averaging 22.9 points, was called for a flagrant foul when he stuck his right leg in the path of Embiid during the fourth quarter of Game 3. "I had no idea that I'd end up in Portland in this type of situation".

It was another tough shooting night for Damian Lillard. I can't do that to him, that's too many minutes.


Enes Kanter finished with 18 points and 15 rebounds, but said afterward he re-injured his left shoulder - originally hurt in Game 5 against the Thunder.

Trail Blazers head coach Terry Stotts took a look at the play after the game and talked about it Saturday. "I know the buzz in Portland is insane and that is thanks to Dame, C.J. McCollum, and the rest of the crew".

This was the right move by the National Basketball Association, as Kanter is far and away the best Turkish player now in the league, and commands more spotlight than his other countrymen who are in the postseason, such as Ersan Ilyasova, a role player on the Bucks, or Furkan Korkmaz of the 76ers.


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