The guys are live from the Winner’s Lounge at the DNVR Bar to react to the Nuggets’ win over the Oklahoma City Thunder, Michael Porter Jr.’s career high and Nikola Jokic’s second-half brilliance.

What. A. Win.


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Harrison Wind

Harrison Wind is the Denver Nuggets beat reporter for DNVR Nuggets. The University of Colorado alum grew up in Boulder and has covered the Nuggets for the last three seasons. You can hear him every weekday on the DNVR Nuggets podcast. Follow Harrison on Twitter - @HarrisonWind

  • You guys seemed to agree that the ideal starting lineup when everyone is healthy is Murray-Barton-MPJ-Milsap Plumlee.

    I agree that’s the best closing lineup, but do you have any concerns about lack of creation and offense from the bench in that scenario, especially given Malone’s penchant for hockey subs? Does it make sense to start Harris instead of Barton so that Morris isn’t the only creator for the bench unit?

    • Personally, I think the ideal starting lineup is Murray-Harris-MPJ-Millsap-Jokic, and for the reason you said. Barton’s the better option if you’re looking to move either him or Harris to the bench because of his ability to create.

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