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Be precise. A lack of precision is dangerous when the margin of error is small. – Donald Rumsfeld Gail Devers came within a hair’s breadth of missing realizing her Olympics dreams of a gold medal. The U.S. sprint specialist had experienced troubling health issues during her training for the 1988 Summer Games. With dizziness, migraines, and more clouding her ability…...

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On the latest episode, Kendra Andrews of The Athletic hopped on the show to give us a quarantine update, discuss the G-League revolution, and play some overrated or underrated. Plus, more members, more games, and more weird clips from the internet. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Imkcp-aaM7E Want to hop on the show? You have to be a member first, then join The DNVR Lounge on…

In Tuesday’s episode of The DNBA Show (quarantine edition), Christian Clark of NOLA.com joined the DNVR Nuggets crew to compare his new city with Denver. Is New Orleans more fun? Would you rather build around Zion or Jokić? Which team has a more promising future? Plus, some members join the show for a round of Price is Right and DNVR…

1. Nikola Jokic has been a “point center” since he arrived in the NBA back in 2015. That unofficial title has more or less meant that Jokic is the primary pivot point of the offense. The fulcrum, if you will. But “center” is his true position and “point” merely refers to the fact that the “point guard” is usually the…...

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1. Nikola Jokic is absolutely dominant in the post when you surround him with proper floor spacers. Three spot up shooters and one athletic rebounder in the dunker spot is almost an unfair advantage for Joker. https://youtu.be/Xv5SfmWg1HU 2. PJ Dozier’s length allows him to see over the defense, a trait that becomes especially valuable when playing alongside Jokic. If a…...

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1. One of the most memorable plays of last season was the Nikola Jokic, Mason Plumlee pick and roll (PnR), a rare combination from two centers. Last night, the Denver Nuggets might’ve stumbled upon a new, equally as rare but perhaps even more sustainable action between Jokic and Jerami Grant. https://youtu.be/eAaonrT_288 It looked like Jokic was sharing a laugh with…...

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“What makes this play great” is a brand new series I will be doing here at DNVR in which I break down in detail a single play, moment, or sequence from a Denver Nuggets game and explain all of the subtle details that you might’ve missed the first time around. On Wednesday, Michael Malone talked about how he and his…...

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“The List” is a brand new series that serves as a companion piece for the “Notebook” episodes of the Locked on Nuggets podcast and the DNVR Nuggets podcast. In this edition, I share notes on Michael Porter Jr. punishing switches and Jerami Grant’s defense on Kawhi Leonard. 1. At 6’10” tall, Michael Porter Jr. presents a matchup problem against teams…...

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