Masai Ujiri is used to dealing with the all-encompassing influence of star power. He walked into the Carmelo Anthony situation, after all. So he knows what a superstar can do, especially one who's clutch as all get out. But against the Hornets on Monday when the Nuggets lost their second straight game, they needed something greater. A higher power, if you will, in a game where the Nuggets were outplayed at both ends badly. From Fox Sports South Florida's Chris Tomasson:
True story, if Tim Tebow were to play in the NBA he would average 6 points on 25 percent shooting, mostly on free throws, yet hit every shot inside two minutes of a close game.
Note: That is not a true story.