Wembanyama, Spurs look to snap losing streak vs. injured Denver Nuggets

The Denver Nuggets will be without two of its starters tonight.

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When analyzing how or even when the San Antonio Spurs could snap their 11-game losing streak, Sunday’s game against the defending NBA Champion Denver Nuggets wasn’t the game that was circled as a possible win.

That was until the injury report came out listing two Nuggets starters, point guard Jamal Murray and power forward Aaron Gordon, who are out for tonight’s game against the Spurs due to injuries.

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Murray is out with a hamstring injury and Gordon has a heel that’s been bothering him.

The Spurs now have the opportunity to face a weakened Nuggets roster, which could lead to a much-needed win after suffering losses in the last 11 outings.

Your KSAT 12 Sports Team will have a full breakdown of the game against the Nuggets on Instant Replay, so be sure to tune in tonight at 11 p.m.


About the Author:

Nick Mantas is a KSAT 12 Sports Editor. He has previously worked in Lansing, San Fransisco and Abilene. Nick earned a Master's Degree in Sports Media from Northwestern's Medill School of Journalism and a Bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Arizona, where he also interned as a strength and conditioning coach.