Day: November 9, 2021

Nuggets’ Michael Porter Jr. out for ‘foreseeable future’ with back injury [Video]

The Denver Nuggets will be without Michael Porter Jr. for the “foreseeable future.”

Nuggets head coach Michael Malone said Monday night that Porter is dealing with a back injury he suffered on Saturday against the Houston Rockets, and that he has no idea when he’ll return.

“This is a process where we’re being very cautious, talking to doctors, getting imaging all that kind of stuff,” Malone said, via The Athletic.

“Michael could be back in a week. It could be more than that. I don’t know. When I say foreseeable future, I don’t really know what that means. I just know he’s not playing tonight.”

Porter came up with a steal in the first quarter of Denver’s 95-94 win over the Rockets on Saturday, and had a wide-open lane to the rim.

What should have been an easy dunk turned into what will likely go down as the

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Erik Spoelstra: Nikola Jokic’s Shove on Markieff Morris Was ‘Dangerous, Dirty Play’ | Bleacher Report

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Erik Spoelstra was not happy with Denver Nuggets big man Nikola Jokic after Monday’s game.

Jokic knocked Markieff Morris to the ground with a blindside hit during the fourth quarter of Denver’s 113-96 victory over the Miami Heat. The Heat coach called it “a very dangerous and dirty play” and said the fact Morris had his back turned to Jokic made it even more troubling.

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Nikola Jokic clobbers Markieff Morris from behind late in the fourth quarter and things get intense. <a href=””></a>

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“That was a very dangerous and dirty play.”<a href=””>@MiamiHEAT</a> coach Erik Spoelstra doesn’t mince words as he reflects on Nikola Jokic’s cheap shot on Markieff Morris. <a href=””></a>

“He’s moving around in the locker room right now,” Spoelstra told reporters when discussing Morris’ status. “We’ll

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Brad Keselowski Brings Back Massive Glass for Phoenix


Brad Keselowski (right) celebrates his championship in 2012.

The NASCAR Cup Series championship race at Phoenix on November 7 marked the end of an era for Brad Keselowski. He made his final start for Team Penske, and he used the opportunity to bring back the massive beer glass from his 2012 championship celebration.

Several photos and videos surfaced on social media after Kyle Larson’s championship win that showed Keselowski and his crew toasting by pit road with some Miller Lite. The 2012 champion had his massive Miller Lite glass in hand, bringing his time with Team Penske to a fitting end.

The No. 2 team did not take part in the final drinking session by themselves. They also brought over Keselowski’s teammates in Joey Logano and Ryan Blaney, as well as members of their respective teams. Blaney’s crew chief, Todd Gordon, also took part as he marked

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