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On Sunday, the Denver Nuggets beat the New Orleans Hornets 102-84 earning their fourth win in a row. The Hornets haven’t been playing too well and received their seventh loss in row.
Kenneth Faried has been soaring in Denver, grabbing his eighth double-double in a row. He scored 14 points and had 12 rebounds in the win Sunday night.
The Hornets kept the game relatively close until the third quarter started. According to The AP, the Hornets were outscored by the Nuggets 32-20 in the third quarter. They allowed the Nuggets to make 11 out of 18 shots. When the fourth quarter started, the Nuggets let their reserves finish the game off.
The Nuggets are playing very well and leading them are Ty Lawson and Andre Iguodala. The Denver Channel, reports that Lawson had 17 points and got his team involved giving out six assists as well. Iguodala joined him scoring 23 points Sunday night still fired up from dropping 29 points on the Golden State Warriors.