Nuggets Players Wear Black Headbands In Honor Of Aurora Tragedy


Now this is what makes you think that there are some players with a heart and can be viewed as great representation of their team, the league and Americans. The Denver Nuggets, who have a Summer League of players who some won’t even make roster but they still took the time to show respect to the 15 lives lost and more than 70 injured.

Kenneth Faired spoke to

“We talked about it,” said Faried, the starting power forward last season as the Nuggets pushed the Lakers to seven games in the first round before losing. “It was tragic. It was just terrible for anybody. Even though we don’t live in Colorado, we represent the Denver Nuggets. We’re not from there, but guys still support it….We gave prayers and blessings out to the families,” Faried said after the 95-82 loss to the Trail Blazers at Cox Pavilion, “and we wished the best for everybody.”

Very admirable of them.

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