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Aaron J. Lopez: #Nuggets nearing full strength as guard @Rudy5Fernandez could return tonight vs. Hawks. Twitter

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Nuggets swingman Rudy Fernandez was added to the list of injured players, sitting out Sunday night's game with a low back strain. Fernandez is officially listed as day to day. He had been dealing with the back pain for a little while, but he could not go against the Thunder. Meanwhile, Nene remained out with a calf injury. He has worn a boot recently and should know more about his status in the next day or two. Denver Post

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Denver Nuggets guard Rudy Fernandez hit the most creative buzzer-beater of the year, tipping in a halfcourt heave by teammate Corey Brewer over his own head to score a bucket to close the third quarter of a Sunday night game against the Los Angeles Clippers. What's more, Fernandez scored the basket with his left hand. The score put the Nuggets up, 83-77, to enter the fourth quarter at the Pepsi Center. Here's the video of Rudy Fernandez's incredible tip in to beat the buzzer against the Los Angeles Clippers. CBSSports.com

January 28, 2012 Updates

Rudy Fernandez: Right now I think about the present and I have to enjoy being in the NBA, enjoy the present playing in Denver. There's no chance of playing with Real Madrid this season. Marca.com

January 17, 2012 Updates

The Denver Nuggets will most likely miss their top reserve once again Tuesday night when they take on the Milwaukee Bucks. Rudy Fernandez strained his Achilles tendon in the first half of Sunday’s loss to the Utah Jazz and there is no set date when he will return. The Nuggets called up Jordan Hamilton from the D-League Sunday night, but there is no guarantee he will play. Nugg Love

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Two weeks ago, Corey Brewer was just settling into his new life. The five-year veteran had worked on his jumpshot, and had recently announced he was engaged to be married to Carolyn Friedrich. Then, before Brewer could say “I do,’ the Dallas Mavericks surprisingly traded him to the Denver Nuggets. The trade, which occurred on Dec. 13 and also included Rudy Fernandez going to the Nuggets for a second-round draft pick, was nit what Brewer was expecting. “Yeah, it caught me off-guard,’’ Brewer said. “I wasn’t expecting to go nowhere, but it happens. “Things happen. It’s a business. It’s the NBA.’’ Fort Worth Star-Telegram

"I wasn't expecting to go anywhere, but things happen in this business," Brewer said. "It's a good situation to be able to have a chance to play. Over there [in the Mavs' locker room], I might have played. I might not have played. Here, it's a good situation to have a chance to get minutes." Brewer, by the way, said he didn't get fitted for his championship ring before he left but wasn't too worried. "I got two already," he said of his NCAA championship rings at Florida. "So I can send them the size if they need it." Dallas Morning News

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