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Aaron Gordon can blame Orlando Magic for playoff struggles

Aaron Gordon struggled in his second round series with the Denver Nuggets as his failures with the Orlando Magic peaked again. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports. Orlando Magic fans experienced some schadenfreude in the closing games of the Phoenix Suns’ stunning sweep of the Denver Nuggets. Aaron Gordon,...
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Aaron Gordon really needs to figure it out for the Nuggets

The Denver Nuggets are officially on the brink of elimination after suffering yet another defeat to the Phoenix Suns on Friday night. They now sit in a 3-0 hole and at this point, it seems unlikely a heroic comeback could actually happen based on just how dominant this Suns team has been.
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Nuggets' Aaron Gordon: Struggles on offense in Game 3

Gordon finished Friday's Game 3 loss to Phoenix with just four points (2-10 FG, 0-3 3Pt) and four rebounds in 36 minutes. To be fair to Gordon, a lot of his defensive contributions don't show up in the box score, but the forward has been a disappointment on the offensive end since coming over from Orlando. In the postseason (10 games), Gordon is averaging just 10.5 points on 43.2 percent shooting while struggling to find his role in the Nikola Jokic-led offense. In Games 2 and 3 against Phoenix, Gordon has totaled only 10 points and five rebounds to go with five turnovers in 56 minutes.
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Jae Crowder, Aaron Gordon get into scuffle

The Suns ended up winning the game 123-98 and take a 2-0 series lead. The series will continue with Games 3 and 4 in Denver later in the week. The Suns were 5.5-point favorites over the Denver Nuggets in Phoenix for Game 2 on Wednesday evening, according to FanDuel.
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Aaron Gordon Says Nuggets Played 'Soft or Scared' in Game 1 Loss to Suns

Denver Nuggets forward Aaron Gordon said his team played "soft or scared" in a Game 1 loss to the Phoenix Suns on Monday night. "Soft, that's a good way to put it," Gordon told reporters. "Scared, that's another way to play it. You could choose between them two words, either soft or scared, that's what it felt like we were playing like. And then we was just breaking down. We were breaking down defensively, offensively, we weren't getting into what we needed to get into. We were letting them dictate our offense a little too much. Really just a lot of breakdowns."
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Ex-Cats Deandre Ayton and Aaron Gordon duel in Conference Semi’s

Progressing in the NBA Playoffs, former Wildcats Deandre Ayton and Aaron Gordon square off in a highly anticipated Western Conference Semi-Final matchup. Well, we’re one game down in the Western Conference Semifinals between the Phoenix Suns and the Denver Nuggets which features a few familiar faces as former Wildcats Deandre Ayton, Aaron Gordon, and Zeke Nnaji square off.
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Is Aaron Gordon the key vs. the Suns? It seemed like it in Game 1

Aaron Gordon was hunting mismatches in Game 1. It looked to be very much by design. Harrison Wind is the Denver Nuggets beat reporter for DNVR Nuggets. The University of Colorado alum grew up in Boulder and has covered the Nuggets for the last three seasons. You can hear him every weekday on the DNVR Nuggets podcast.
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2021 Orlando Magic Player Evaluations: Aaron Gordon never took the step to being an All-Star

Out of the three “core players” of the Rob Hennigan era of Nikola Vucevic, Evan Fournier and Aaron Gordon, Gordon had the most disappointing time with the Orlando Magic. Whether it was his exit or never becoming the star Orlando needed, Gordon left a sour taste in fans’ mouths. His jaw-dropping athleticism and talent never seemed to crystalize or coalesce in a way that propelled him or his team forward.
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Aaron Gordon concedes speed to Damian Lillard, but makes up for it in size

The Denver Nuggets entered the second-half of Game 2 of their first-round series against the Portland Trail Blazers needing to make a change. Damian Lillard’s offense went ablaze, and he lit them up for 32 points before the break. As the Nuggets thought about changes, Aaron Gordon, their high-profile mid-season...