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Report: Gallinari tweaked shoulder, likely fine by start of camp

Aug 14, 2012, 1:18 PM EDT

Denver Nuggets forward Danilo Gallinari celebrates a score past the Toronto Raptors in the fourth quarter of their NBA basketball game in Denver Reuters

Danilo Gallinari has been spending his summer with the Italian national team as they prepare for EuroBasket qualifying (didn’t that just happen a year ago?), but reports say that back and particularly shoulder issues have had him not on the court with his countrymen for weeks.

That’s not good.

But it’s not that serious, more precautionary, tweets Benjamin Hochman of the Denver Post.

Some sites are makin a huge deal about a Gallinari shoulder injury, but I talked w someone close to him who said he’ll be fine for camp

Denver is potentially a good and very entertaining team this season — they are 10 deep with young players like Ty Lawson and Kenneth Faried who work hard and want to get out and run. They will be relentless. Read Beckley Mason’s great post at TrueHoop, but the Nuggets as a four seed in the West is possible (I see Oklahoma City and the two Los Angeles teams as the top three seeds).

Gallinari and his scoring will be a big part of that — when healthy he averaged 14.6 points per game and he could and should put up bigger numbers this year. He’s a big part of what the Nuggets want to do. So Nuggets fans need to hope the reports he is just fine are true.

  1. bynum33 - Aug 14, 2012 at 1:29 PM

    Ohhh yea they got a AI too… Nuggets will be a better version on the sixers last year. Iguodala turns the team on

  2. hannsta - Aug 14, 2012 at 2:21 PM

    Yup Gallos inflamed vaginitis is acting up again..

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