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Denver Nuggets’ Chris Anderson Hurt Again

January 27, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NBA

Chris Anderson of the Denver Nuggets is injured again.

Chris Anderson of the Denver Nuggets used his time on injured reserve to sell ad space (katchop)

Chris Anderson of the Denver Nuggets used his time on injured reserve to sell ad space (katchop)

Denver’s Chris Andersen has limped through too much of the first half to count to remain the same bench catalyst as he was last season. He is an energy guy trying to power up without the usual snap in his legs, and good luck with that. He’s one of the top reserve big men in the league who has been absorbing a steady stream of hits while slam dancing for rebounds and blocks. There was one stretch of getting banged on the right knee, right around the tendinitis hot spot, five games in a row.

What Andersen is not, he insists, is content. That so wouldn’t be him, but the popular Birdman re-signed in Denver in the summer with a five-year deal that could pay $26 million. Then came the the slow start to 2009-10. It wasn’t a big jump to wonder if he had relaxed, the way the Nuggets as a whole had done in a poor early response to playing with a target as a defending Western Conference finalist.

Original Photos ipix, thelmagazine, marktoyota

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