It’s a Loser’s Lounge edition of the DNVR Nuggets Podcast, but it doesn’t feel like one. In Denver’s final bubble scrimmage the Nuggets lost to the Magic…but Jamal Murray and Michael Porter Jr. were on fire in their Disney World debuts. The guys react to their performances, Bol Bol’s third game and discuss if Nikola Jokic’s slow start in Orlando is something or nothing. Also, how does Bol compare to rookie-year Kristaps Porzingis?


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  • Relating to the hilarious question comparing T Cook and Vonleh, I actually went to Iowa where Tyler Cook played so I can provide a brief and unprofessional scouting report. Never had a jump shot in college and solely relied on his elite athleticism and quick first step (which is very quick) on offense. He played the dunker spot well. I wouldn’t project him to really have much offensive potential in the NBA but he has an elite build at 6’9″ 245 and showed flashes of defensive potential at Iowa because he is super quick laterally and gets off the ground fast. If he ever has any real role on the Nuggets in the future (if they extend/develop him) it would be honing in his defensive potential to match up with big SF and any PF (Torrey Craig role for forwards). That’s the TCook introduction and everything you need to know lol.

    • Appreciate it. He could stick around the NBA because he plays and practices hard and is a really good kid who coaches love. Don’t know if he has much upside but he’s perfect at the end of the bench on a team like the Nuggets.

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