When the top-seeded Lakers and third seed Denver Nuggets met for a backend seeding game on Monday night, there was little on the line. The Lakers didn’t need a win for any practical reason outside of garnering momentum as they gear up for the playoffs. The Nuggets, having just clinched home-court advantage, entered the game without four starters and with…

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Brendan Vogt
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Brendan moved to Colorado at the start of the 2017-18 NBA season with dreams of covering the Denver Nuggets with a full time media credential. After obtaining that credential during a brief tenure with the Denver Stiffs, he made the move to DNVR at the start of the rebrand. You can read his work on DNVR Nuggets, hear him on the DNVR Nuggets podcast, and follow his tweets @DNVR_Nuggets.

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