In this episode, coach George Karl explains to Adam Mares why the Denver Nuggets have a psychological advantage over the Utah Jazz that comes from something beyond just beating them in their most recent game or coming back from down 3-1 in their last playoff series. Plus, the two discuss Jokic’s level of play so far this season, what is different about his approach, and why Quin Snyder tried out such a bold strategy against the Nuggets. Plus, thoughts on how MIchael Porter Jr. is handling being sent back to the bench and the slow, patient process of developing good habits.

Lastly, we begin a new series where we look back at a former Nuggets player who played for George Karl here in Denver. This week we talk about Andre Miller, an under rated trash talker who combined toughness, intelligence, and unselfishness.

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Denver native, lifelong Denver sports fan, credentialed Nuggets reporter, below average bio writer, above average post passer.

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