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Dear #NuggetsNation, Didn’t think I would be here as a rookie, but, my 7 years as a Denver Nugget has come to an end. I truly appreciate everyone who has crossed my path at the Nuggets organization. From 2011 when I was drafted as the 22nd pick in Newark, NJ till now. I want to thank the owners the GMs and my teammates who believed in from day one starting as a rookie, I have learned a lot throughout this journey and have become a better player and person because of all the trials I endured. So I thank you again Denver for everything you have taught me! Brooklyn I hope y’all are ready for my arrival. #Bismillah #Shukran #UNLEASHTHEMANIMAL #BrooklynWeGoHard #BrooklynStandUp #ImComingHome
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November 19, 2018 | 9:32 pm EST Update
Rod Boone: Final: #Hornets 117, Celtics 112: Just another ho-hum game for Kemba, who posted 43 points, 5 assists and 4 rebounds. It’s almost a shock when he doesn’t drop in at least 30. Jeremy Lamb had 18 points, 6 boards. Kyrie led Celtics with 27 points. Hornets stop their 2-game skid.
Justin Kubatko: Kemba Walker is just the sixth player in NBA history to follow up a 60-point game with a 40-point game. The others are Wilt Chamberlain, Pete Maravich, Michael Jordan, Tracy McGrady, and Kobe Bryant.
Scott Agness: 3 for 3 – Pacers sweep their three-game homestand, disposing of the Jazz by 27. Sabonis nearly posted his first triple-double (19-9-9) and Holiday finished with 19pts (7 of 10) and 6rebs. Kemba and the Hornets up next on Wednesday.
Scott Agness: Nate McMillan after a game with 35 assists and just nine turnovers: “This is the type of basketball we’re capable of playing. We just have to be consistent. This is what I’ve been talking about.”
James Edwards III: FINAL: #Pistons 113, #Cavs 100. Detroit (8-6) has now won four of its last five. Five players with double-figure scoring, led by 23 points and 15 rebounds from Drummond. Griffin and Bullock both with 21. Griffin also had 12 rebounds.