Nuggets' Nene feeling left out
Nene Hilario's overall game has improved, but he's not getting the ball anough to prove it.
But somewhere in between upsetting the San Antonio Spurs in the first game of the season and defeating the Golden State Warriors twice in three days last week, the upstart Nuggets compiled an amazing 13-6 record but somehow lost track of Nene Hilario.
"I'm not happy the last two games," the power forward said in the Rocky Mountain News. "I have the space in the low post. A lot of times I'm open. They (teammates) have cotton in their ears. They don't hear me . . . It's a difficult time. You play hard. You help. You run. You're in the low post and the ball don't come."
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