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Nuggets’ Michael Porter Jr. Had “Another Surgery” Last Week

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Denver Nuggets rookie forward Michael Porter Jr. reportedly had “another surgery” last week, according to NBA.com’s Steve Ashburner.

Porter slid in the NBA Draft, all the way to the Nuggets at 14, amid concerns over his back and ongoing back issues.

Porter’s camp believes that the latest procedure will not only finally address his back issues successfully, but will also allow him to hit the court for the Nuggets during the 2017-2018 regular season.

Stay tuned for more as this story continues to develop.

 

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Nuggets’ Gary Harris Could Be Out Through All-Star Break

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Denver Nuggets guard Gary Harris is currently dealing with an adductor injury and is ruled out for Monday’s game against the Miami Heat, but could potential be out for much longer.

According to the Denver Post’s Sean Keeler, Harris may be held out even longer with head coach Mike Malone saying he may be out until after the All-Star break.

“Knowing that no one has said, ‘He’s out until after the all-star break,’ but I mean — in my mind, I’m thinking that it’s probably the most prudent decision to make,” Malone said.

“You (think), ‘Hey, let’s rush him back for Miami,’ and then …”

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Nuggets Waive Nick Young

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After playing in just 4 games following signing with the team, Nick Young has been waived by the Denver Nuggets.

The 33-year old Young scored only 9 in just 38 minuted of action during his stint with the Nuggets.

“We want to thank Nick for coming to Denver on such short notice to give us some relief with our injury issues,” Nuggets’ general manager Tim Connelly said in a statement.

“He immediately fit in with our group and did everything that was asked of him by being the great teammate and consummate pro he is.”

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Nuggets’ Gary Harris Set for MRI

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The Denver Nuggets will be holding out hope that the injury that Gary Harris suffered, and forced him to leave Monday’s game against the Toronto Raptors, isn’t a serious injury that will cause him to be sidelined for a long time.

Harris left the court after nine minutes of play in the first quarter of Monday night’s surprise win over Toronto, is scheduled to undergo an MRI to determine the extent of his injury.

 

“The one thing I feel awful about is Gary Harris,” Nuggets coach Mike Malone said following the game, according to ESPN’s Tim Bontemps. “Definitely keep Gary in our thoughts.

“He’s frustrated, just getting back from an injury, and to have that [and] not be able to come back in tonight. We’ll see how severe the injury is, and hopefully we can get him back really soon. But Gary’s such a big part of what we’re trying to do. Big loss.”

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