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News » Denver Nuggets Roster Report 2009-12-08

Denver Nuggets Roster Report 2009-12-08

Denver Nuggets Roster Report 2009-12-08ROTATION: Starters -- Point guard Chauncey Billups, Shooting guard Arron Afflalo, Small forward Carmelo Anthony, Power forward Kenyon Martin, Center Nene. Bench -- Center Chris Andersen, Guard J.R. Smith, Guard Ty Lawson, Forward Joey Graham.


--C Nene scored seven points Monday at Philadelphia, tying his low for the season. Nene has just three single-digit scoring games this season. Nene seemed to be in a funk most of the night as he was outplayed by Philadelphia center Samuel Dalembert, who out-rebounded Nene 15-6 and had six blocks to Nene's none. The Nuggets went to a three-guard lineup and that mostly took Nene out of the game.

--G Chauncey Billups, who always shoots around 90 percent, has regained his free-throw stroke following an uncharacteristic 10-of-14 showing Nov. 25 against New York. In his past five games, Billups has shot 48-of-52, including 40-of-42 in the past four. Billups was 11-of-11 in Monday's 93-83 win at Philadelphia.

--F Kenyon Martin suffered a dislocated left pinkie in the first quarter Monday at Philadelphia but was able to return. However, Martin never got into a groove offensively. In 33 minutes, he shot 1-of-5 for three points. After suffering the injury, Martin ran quickly to the locker room. He returned with fingers taped.


--F Kenyon Martin suffered a dislocated left pinkie in the first quarter Monday at Philadelphia. But he was able to return, and played 33 minutes.

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