At 26, Nuggets forward Corey Brewer isn’t old enough to remember Lee Majors starring as Steve Austin in The Six Million Dollar Man.

He certainly would appreciate the voiceover in the show’s title sequence:

“Gentlemen, we can rebuild him. We have the technology. We have the capability to make the world's first bionic man. Steve Austin will be that man. Better than he was before. Better...stronger...faster."

Nearly three months ago, Gateway High School served as a gathering place for families as they sought information in the wake of the Aurora theater shooting.

On Wednesday night, the Gateway community will come together again as special guests of the Denver Nuggets.

As a way to pay tribute to those affected by the July 20 theater tragedy, the Nuggets will hold their annual team scrimmage at Gateway High School for students, faculty and staff.

As a teenager living away from his family for the first time, it would be understandable for Evan Fournier to be a little homesick.

After all, an eight-hour time difference and nearly 5,000 miles separate Fournier from the life he knew as an international NBA prospect playing in Paris.

Though the adjustment can be tough at times, Fournier is enjoying every minute of his new life with the Denver Nuggets.

“How can I miss something when you look at this,” Fournier says, sweeping his arm toward the middle of the Nuggets locker room.