I agree, he never took a play off, he busted his butt when he stepped onto the court. He also seemed to turn his personal life around while here in Portland. I'd stand and clap if I was going to the game.Foulzilla said:If I were there, I'd clap. Sure, he was a problem at times. But he always played hard, and I appreciate that. I hope most other fans see him the same way.
"He's not a pretty player, but he's a successful player," Nuggets coach George Karl said. "He's a physical player and an aggressive player, which I think is contagious. We don't need necessarily talent; we need guys who know how to play the game the right way and Ruben plays with tremendous intensity and tremendous effort. He's kind of a leader from the standpoint of his intensity and pride and passion in how to play the game."
me too. I'll give him the same props I gave him when he played here.sa1177 said:I'll clap for him when he is introduced but I sure as hell am not making the effort to stand up.
Then I'll heckle the **** out of him the rest of the game. :biggrin:
PORTLAND, Oregon (Ticker) - Hall of Famer Alex English averaged 25 points for the Denver Nuggets the last time they won a division title.
Looking to collect its first division crown since 1987-1988, Denver tries to complete a season sweep of the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday.