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Danilo Gallinari
Danilo Gallinari
Position: F
Born: 08/08/88
Height: 6-10 / 2.08
Weight:210 lbs. / 95.3 kg.
Salary: $15,050,000
Michael Malone: “We were a young team last year and we got a little bit younger through the draft which we’re excited about. It’s tough to win big in the NBA when you’re this young, but we feel we have a lot of good young players and assets. And you balance that with guys like (Danilo Gallinari) and (Kenneth) Faried, Darrell Arthur. People forget but we consider Wilson Chandler a free agent signing (since he missed all of last season). This is a long-term play. This is an opportunity to show improvement, for our players to get better and we have a chance to be here for a while.”
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The Nuggets are seemingly always mentioned in trade rumors, so their makeup could well change before training camp if Denver moves a player like Danilo Gallinari or Kenneth Faried with one of its guards or future picks. The Nuggets tried to move up in the first round without success, but were able to address a need by taking Murray and his all-around game to plug in next to second-year point guard Emmanuel Mudiay.
Storyline: Danilo Gallinari Trade?
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The National Basketball Association (NBA) will host 40 of the top young basketball players from Argentina, Brazil, Canada, and Mexico at the Americas Team Camp Presented by Nike in Mexico City Aug. 10-13 at El Centro Nacional de Desarrollo de Talentos Deportivos y Alto Rendimiento (CNAR – National Center for Talent Development and High Performance Sports). The camp, which includes four days of intense basketball drills and competition directed by NBA players and coaches, will feature appearances by Mexico born NBA veteran Jorge Gutierrez, the Denver Nuggets’ Danilo Gallinari and the New Orleans Pelicans’ Quincy Pondexter.
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Denver Nuggets forward Danilo Gallinari: “It will be a true honor and a great experience to represent both the Nuggets and the NBA in London as part of the NBA Global Games in 2017. Our entire team and organization are looking forward to this opportunity to showcase our league to fans overseas.” Indiana Pacers forward Paul George: “I’m really excited and thankful the NBA is allowing us to reach out to our fans in London. This is great exposure for our team and our franchise. I think it will be a great experience for us and the fans in attendance.”