NBA preseason continued on Sunday night as the #San Antonio Spurs played against the #Denver Nuggets. NBA.com has reported that the Nuggets were defeated by the Spurs with a score of 122-100. San Antonio Spurs had an incredible game; they shot 57.1 percent from beyond the arc and 57 percent from the field. Top scorers of the recent game are Nikola Jokic for Denver Nuggets and #Lamarcus Aldridge for the Spurs. Aldridge was helped by Rudy Gay in leading the team to the victory. Although Jokic played a decent game against the Spurs, it was not enough for his team to win the game. Patty Mills, Kawhi Leonard, Tony Parker, Kyle Anderson, and Pau Gasol did not play on Sunday night for the Spurs.

Nikola Jokic scored team-high 19

Nikola Jokic tallied 19 points (7-13 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 4-4 FT), seven rebounds, four assists, one steal and, and one block in 24 minutes during Sunday's preseason loss to the Spurs. Jokic shot 53.8 percent from the field, making seven of his thirteen shot attempts and making all of his four free throw shots. The elbow injury that made him sidelined earlier in last week didn't appear to be an issue for the 22-year-old. Jokic now enters his second season in the NBA league. Since his debut, Jokic averaged 13.2 points, .7 blocks, .9 steals, 3.6 assists, and 8.3 rebounds per game.

LaMarcus scored 21 points

LaMarcus Aldridge looked very good in their game against the Denver Nuggets. LaMarcus ended the game with 21 points, seven rebounds, and four assists.

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Next to LaMarcus, Rudy Gay had eleven points, three rebounds, one assist, and one rebound.

Getting a full workload, many are saying that the 32-year-old player of San Antonio has not quite hit the statistical heights he reached in his last games in the NBA preseason. But with more offensive responsibility falling on him, he is expected to be able to crack twenty points per game once again.

Gay Harris scored 15 points

Gay Harris shot the ball very well last night against the San Antonio Spurs. He contributed 15 points, three rebounds, and one assist. Nuggets and Harris agreed on a four-year, $84 million contract extension last summer.

Harris, a first-round (19th overall) in 2014, has developed into a cornerstone talent for the Nuggets after overcoming a poor rookie season. Since that rookie year, Harris has put the "shoot" in shooting the guard, hitting 50.2 percent of his shots last season, including a heady 42 percent from three-point range.