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And now no Josh Richardson, either. Already without Dion Waiters and Justise Winslow for this three-game trip, Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said Richardson likely will join those two back in South Florida, after Richardson was held out of Wednesday night's 106-98 victory over the Denver Nuggets...
Boris Diaw isn’t totally healthy yet, but the veteran forward has finally showed some signs of progress. A bone contusion suffered late in the preseason had kept Diaw either sidelined or rendered him ineffective on the court until his performance Wednesday night against the Denver Nuggets. “Still not feeling 100 percent, so I’m trying to get there,” said Diaw, who scored 11 points to go with three rebounds and three assists in the win. “I felt good in preseason and then when I got injured I to...
The pain in his right thigh finally got to a point where Danilo Gallinari not only couldn’t play, but was even feeling it when he walked. So the decision was made to shut him down Wednesday night rather than play against the Utah Jazz.
The sitting finally ended for Nuggets guard Will Barton on Sunday night. After missing nine games with a sprained left ankle, he returned to action against Utah, giving the Nuggets a much-needed boost in scoring and experience on the court.
Gary Harris was in a walking boot Friday, in these early days of a right foot injury that he suffered last Saturday against Detroit. And he’ll be out for a while, as some details get clearer about his expected time away from the team.
The Nuggets have suffered another big blow, with shooting guard Gary Harris expected to miss up to four weeks with a foot injury, according to coach Michael Malone.