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In this episode, George Karl and Adam Mares take listener mailbag questions and discuss the important topics surrounding the Denver Nuggets. Topics include: The ways that the Nuggets are better without Jamal Murray The challenge the Lakers and Clippers present to the Nuggets Why Jokic is this eras Tim Duncan Which former hall of fame big man would make the…

1. The mapping out of a play is less than half of the battle in basketball. The timing, rhythm, and subtle reads that each player makes are what determine if a play will generate an open shot or not. The two clips below provide nice examples of this. In the first clip, both Michael Porter Jr. and Aaron Gordon elect…...

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In this sad sack of a loser’s lounge, the DNVR Nuggets transform into the Pout Pout Fish, with a Pout Pout Face and they spread the dreary wearies all over the place. Topics include: Will Barton’s injury The Nuggets’ hopeless backcourt combinations The Nuggets’ need to develop a Jokic-Porter two-man game

In this episode, Matt McChesney talks about how impressive Nikola Jokic has been this season for the Denver Nuggets despite dealing with a mountain of adversity. He also talks about the later rounds of the NFL draft and why it’s not ALL about the first round. Lastly, he looks at some things he is taking away from visiting some of…

1. Some turnovers are solely the result of a sloppy play or a missed reads. Others are heavily influenced by poor spacing that allows the defense to double the passer, crowd passing lanes, and eliminate large portions of the court. The turnover below is a great example of how easy the Nuggets are to defend when they place non-shooters alongside…...

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1. Aaron Gordon’s on-ball defense has exceeded expectations. He had shown flashes of elite defense throughout his career, most notably in the first round of the 2019 NBA playoffs where he did an admirable job against Kawhi Leonard over the course of their five-game series. But through four games with the Denver Nuggets, Gordon has looked like a first-team all-defensive…...

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