The Denver Nuggets beat the Philadelphia 76ers 103-92 in the sides' NBA clash on Saturday.
Denver Nuggets recorded their seventh victory in 12 games at the Wells Fargo Centre as they claimed a 103-92 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers in Saturday's NBA encounter.
The game had been tied midway through the final quarter at 86 each, but Nate Robinson stepped up to help push his side towards victory.
Robinson led the way having scored 20 points for the Nuggets, while Jordan Hamilton, Randy Foye, J.J. Hickson and Wilson Chandler all notched up double figures for the visitors.
Perhaps the deciding statistic in the game was Philadelphia's fewer double-point scores, as they were only able to post four names in the form of Tony Wroten, Thaddeus Young, Spencer Hawes and Hollis Thompson.
Denver will now travel to Washington on Monday to face the Washington Wizards.
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