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In today’s episode of What Makes This Play Great, I look at a play that George Karl and the Denver Nuggets used back in 2009 to get Carmelo Anthony the ball in his favorite spot, the right elbow. I also show how the Nuggets have used this play for Michael Porter Jr. and provide several examples of LeBron James, Harrison…...

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“What makes this play great” is a series 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.

In this episode, I look at the main ways that Paul Millsap is able to play isolation basketball out of a post-up.  The Nuggets went away from Millsap in the post a bit this season compared to the previous two but there are still a couple of plays and situations where the Nuggets try to get Millsap the ball on the block and clear out for him to go to work.

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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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“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. You can check out episode one, two and three from…...

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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. You can check out episode one right here.

Today's episode is on a very simple action that the Nuggets run to free up a shooter at the top of the key. While the play itself is extremely simple, the devil is in the details and the play often succeeds or fails based on what the Nuggets do after the initial action.

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