Colorado will have its fair share of representation at this year’s FIBA Basketball World Cup.
The tournament kicks off Friday and while none of the current Nuggets will be playing — Jamal Murray withdrew from Team Canada and Slovenia’s Vlatko Cancar suffered an ACL tear — there’s still plenty of players with ties to the Centennial State.
Here’s a look:
Nick Kay: The 6-9 forward-center played with Metro State from 2011-15. He was twice named a first-team All-RMAC selection. In his senior season, he averaged 20.4 points, 7.