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Jeremy Lin Injury Woes Continue, Randy Foye Rescues Brooklyn Nets

Posted on 27 Dec, 2016, by in NBA

The bothersome hamstring of Jeremy Lin strikes again just as the point guard was getting back to full minutes and form, although it didn’t stop the Brooklyn Nets from winning, as Randy Foye hit a buzzer beating 3-pointer to top the Charlotte Hornets 120-118. More

Brooklyn Nets: Jeremy Lin New to Being “old”, Not New to Leadership

Posted on 18 Jul, 2016, by in NBA

It’s hard to think of Jeremy Lin as an old, experienced veteran, but it all depends on the situation. With the Brooklyn Nets, he’s on the older half of the roster, and part of his role next season isn’t just going to be pushing the Nets on the court with his fast-paced style and aggressiveness, but also being a leader to a young, untested group. More

Denver Nuggets – Randy Foye Keeps Pulling Off Clutch Heroics

Posted on 4 Feb, 2014, by in NBA

There are a lot of things that have stopped Randy Foye from being anything more than a fringe starting player in the NBA, but it’s hard to take away from him that special something he has when the game is on the line, showing it once again with a buzzer-beating game winning shot to lift the Denver Nuggets over the Los Angeles Clippers. More

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Thunder vs Nuggets – Team Basketball Wins Against Just One Player

Posted on 10 Jan, 2014, by in NBA

It’s been a weird season so far for the Denver Nuggets, trying to find some identity and consistency. The kind of basketball they played in the win over the Oklahoma City Thunder, led by Ty Lawson and Randy Foye, is exactly what this team needs to stick to, while Kevin Durant continues to struggle in a one-player kind of mode his team is slipping into. More

Denver Nuggets – Randy Foye Keeps Carmelo Anthony Depressed

Posted on 30 Nov, 2013, by in NBA

Maybe the most trusted player to have with the ball when the game is on the line, Carmelo Anthony had a chance to stop the New York Knicks from adding another loss to their embarrassing streak. Instead of sending the game into overtime, the former Denver Nuggets star was blocked by Randy Foye, keeping it at 97-95, and keeping the ball rolling on one of the most hard to stomach losing streaks in the NBA. More

Mavs vs Nuggets – Randy Foye Actually Comes Through For Once

Posted on 24 Nov, 2013, by in NBA

You never expect Randy Foye to be a hero of a victory; not now for the Denver Nuggets, and not before on his previous NBA stops. A hot night from beyond the arc and one big shot to win the game in a 102-10 win over the Dallas Mavericks slightly changed the early perception about the 7-year veteran. More

NBA Rumors – Denver Nuggets Will Start Evan Fournier at Shooting Guard

Posted on 26 Jul, 2013, by in NBA

After losing one of their best players to free agency this summer, the Denver Nuggets have a decision to make about their new starting shooting guard in the 2013-2014 season, with young Evan Fournier looking like the front runner to win the position. More

2013 NBA Free Agency – Los Angeles Lakers Sign Chris Kaman & Amnesty Metta World Peace

Posted on 9 Jul, 2013, by in NBA

There isn’t a lot the Los Angeles Lakers can do this offseason to make their team more competitive, but they’re still trying, adding Chris Kaman via free agency, while in … More

NBA Rumors – Golden State Warriors, Utah Jazz & Denver Nuggets in Trade for Randy Foye & Andre Iguodala

Posted on 8 Jul, 2013, by in NBA

Despite basically agreeing to join the Golden State Warriors, Andre Iguodala could still come via a sign & trade that both the Warriors and the Denver Nuggets would benefit greatly from (in terms of finances), involving the Utah Jazz and their player Randy Foye as well. More

Utah Jazz – Randy Foye is Next to Keep Playoff Hopes Alive

Posted on 31 Mar, 2013, by in NBA

All of a sudden, the Utah Jazz have guards, some would even call them point guards, that can score points and make a difference. Randy Foye had his best game of the season with a rare shooting night, while Mo Williams continued his late-season heroics, as the two are suddenly pushing a team that looked on the verge of an embarrassing collapse back into the NBA postseason picture. More