Wind and Clark wrap up Summer League and discuss what signing Isaiah Thomas means for Denver and the trade that sent Kenneth Faried and Darrell Arthur to Brooklyn.
The Nuggets’ search for their backup point guard is over. Denver has agreed to a one-year, veteran’s minimum contract with Isaiah Thomas, a league source confirmed to BSN Denver. The signing was first reported by ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski....
Darrell Arthur plans to be a Denver Nugget for a sixth straight year. On Friday, the veteran forward exercised his one-year player option worth $7.4 million, according to Shams Charania of The Vertical. BSN Denver has since confirmed the report....
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Wind and Clark wrap up their 2018 Player Reviews by discussing Denver’s bench mob. Notes on Malik Beasley, Juancho Hernangomez, Richard Jefferson, Kenneth Faried, Darrell Arthur, Monte Morris and Tyler Lydon.
2:00 – Beasley
12:00 – Juancho
19:00 – RJ
25:00 – Manimal
32:00 – DA
36:00 – Monte
37:00 – Lydon
On the latest BSN Nuggets Podcast Wind and Clark sit down with Darrell Arthur who dishes on a variety of topics from his days at Kansas, their National Championship win over Memphis in 2008, and playing with Marc Gasol in Memphis. Then, a discussion around the current Nuggets, the locker room comradery in Denver, Gary Harris’ even-keel demeanor and work ethic, and the rise of Nikola Jokic, who Arthur believes will be a Hall-of-Famer when his playing career is over.
1:30 – Kansas days
4:30 – Winning the ship over Memphis
8:30 – Denver’s tight-knit locker room
11:00 – Nikola Jokic’s rise
13:00 – Playing within yourself
18:30 – What’s Jokic like off the court
19:30 – Late-night video games battles with teammates
23:00 – The final 24 games
26:30 – Who do the Nuggets want to play in the playoffs
30:00 – Mason Plumlee’s legendary caricature
Denver Nuggets forward Darrell Arthur played with Grizzlies’ center Marc Gasol, who will one day be enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall-of-Fame, for four seasons. He saw the work Gasol put in day in and day out on the practice court firsthand and the success Gasol had in the playoffs taking Memphis to the Western Conference semifinals in 2011 (Arthur’s…
HOUSTON — Professional athletes tend to be routine oriented, and NBA players are no different. From pregame meals to naps after shootaround, certain music before games or a specific warm-up routine, players prefer to stick to a strict schedule. For 58 games this season, Emmanuel Mudiay and Darrell Arthur had their own pregame routine. During player introductions and occasionally in warmups, the two Dallas natives channeled their inner Michael Jackson…...
DENVER — Darrell Arthur turned back the clock Monday night at Pepsi Center. On Denver’s first possession of the fourth quarter, he set a screen at the top of the three-point arc, rolled to the rim and threw down a vicious one-handed alley-oop dunk. On Monday morning, it was unclear if Arthur would even be able to play. The 10-year NBA veteran didn’t…...
As one of the Nuggets' veterans, Darrell Arthur has a good perspective on Nikola Jokic and his struggles. He's close with Jokic off the court and has seen him at his highs and lows. On Friday, he spoke candidly with BSN Denver about why he thinks Jokic's production has fallen off and how the Nuggets can get him back on track.
When Arthur speaks, his teammates listen. He's one of a few Nuggets players who's close with everyone from Jamal Murray, who was in grade school when Arthur won a championship with the Jayhawks, to Richard Jefferson, who's 140 career playoff games are just 34 less than the rest of Denver's roster combined.
While October 16th marks the first day of the 2017-18 NBA regular season, it also represents a deadline of sorts for the Denver Nuggets. The 16th of October is the final day to extend any players on rookie contracts that are extension-eligible, specifically Gary Harris. After Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reported that the Nuggets had re-signed Mason Plumlee to his…...
Darrell Arthur's knees limited the power forward to just 41 games this past season, but the 29-year-old did shoot lights out from three.
Quietly, Darrell Arthur is getting healthy and putting together the best shooting year of his career. After a big night against Utah, Arthur opened up about his success.
Expect Darrell Arthur, who started at power forward against the San Antonio Spurs Thursday to remain in the Nuggets' starting lineup for the time being, Michael Malone said Friday at practice.
Before the Nuggets hosted the Knicks Saturday night in Denver, Michael Malone spoke on his rotation and how players have to sacrifice minutes.
At 8-13, the Denver Nuggets have rebounded from a disappointing start to the season put still have many issues to work out before the trade deadline and All-Star break.
Gary Harris and Will Barton will not play in the Nuggets game Thursday in Minnesota. Darrell Arthur is likely to play as long as he doesn't experience any setbacks.
Michael Malone spoke on what the Nuggets have to do to stop Portland's talented backcourt and gave an update on Gary Harris and Darrell Arthur at this morning's shootaround.