No one has run more miles in the playoffs than Jamal Murray, but if there’s anyone that can withstand this taxing of a playoff run it’s him.
The Nuggets were frustrated by the officiating, the Lakers' length, and their own inability to control the defensive glass in Game 4.
The Nuggets opened their film session following Game 2 by addressing the elephant in the room. What happened next set the stage for Denver's Game 3 win.
We officially have a series. Nikola Jokic, Jamal Murray and the Nuggets punch back to take Game 3 in dramatic fashion. They guys break down the win, the performances Denver got from its two stars and Jerami Grant’s vital two-way play from the Winner’s Lounge. https://twitter.com/DNVR_Sports/status/1308615031504871425 DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes link | Stitcher Link | Pocket Casts Link | Spotify Link
Fans of the Denver Nuggets have seen it all. All but the ultimate triumph. By now, they know what to expect. They know when a big Denver run is brewing down double-digits in the second half, and unfortunately, they know when heartbreak is on tap. Their eyes are well-adjusted to the darkness. The Denver Nuggets dug a deep hole in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals and climbed their way out again late in the fourth — but this time, the Los Angeles Lakers had the final possession. Anthony Davis buried a buzzer-beating three-point beauty, and the Nuggets are down 2-0 for the first time this postseason after falling by a score of 105-103. The Lakers swarmed Davis and…
It was a frustrating Game 1 performance from the Nuggets for a number of reasons. The guys break it all down from the Loser’s Lounge, discuses what went wrong and whether big adjustments are in store for Game 2. https://twitter.com/DNVR_Sports/status/1307167238592458754 DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes link | Stitcher Link | Pocket Casts Link | Spotify Link
The DNVR Nuggets crew previews the Nuggets-Lakers Western Conference Finals and give their series predictions.
The guys preview the Nuggets-Lakers Western Conference Finals series by breaking down key battlegrounds, matchups and what Denver has to capitalize on to advance to the Finals. Also, a full-roster Stonk Report and Half-Court Heaves. https://twitter.com/DNVR_Sports/status/1306716629108105216 DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes link | Stitcher Link | Pocket Casts Link | Spotify Link
The Clippers came into their series against the Nuggets thinking they were going to walk all over Denver. But it was the Nuggets who were the more physical team.
In typical Nuggets fashion, Nikola Jokic and Jamal Murray lead Denver to a thrilling come-from-behind victory over the Clippers in Game 7. The guys break down everything, from the game, to what this means for the Nuggets from a national perspective and how this team continues to do the impossible. https://twitter.com/DNVR_Sports/status/1306078657899671556 DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes link | Stitcher Link | Pocket Casts Link | Spotify Link
As the Nuggets force another Game 7, Nikola Jokic continues to cement his place among the NBA's elite by going toe-to-toe with Kawhi Leonard.
Paul Millsap and Marcus Morris' dust-up lit a fire under the Nuggets in Game 5. Denver is done with the Clippers' trash talk and their bullying.
“The observation of a phenomenon inevitably changes that phenomenon.” – the Observer Effect Theory Sorry, that song actually has nothing to do with anything. It just pops into my head every time I hear the word “phenomenon”. But let’s track back to Heisenberg, Schrödinger, Einstein, and a feline or two. In Particle Physics, the Observer Effect plays into things you’ve heard of, like Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle, the Theory of Relativity, and most especially Schrödinger’s cat. The upshot of it all is that the act of observing, looking at, or checking upon something actually affects that something. There are very practical real-life applications to this idea. Observing the amount of air in your tires? It lets a bit of air out…
Tough night for the Nuggets as they drop Game 3 to the Clippers. From the Loser’s Lounge, the guys discuss what went wrong, why Denver will be kicking itself for dropping this game, and predict how the Nuggets will bounce back in Game 4. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes link | Stitcher Link | Pocket Casts Link | Spotify Link
Gary Harris had to wait until late in the Nuggets' first-round series to make his playoff debut. His patience has paid off.
Jamal Murray struggled in Game 1 against the Clippers' active defense, but there's reason to believe he can flip the script in Game 2.
Sixteen months ago Nikola Jokic tried to blame himself for a Game 7 loss. On Tuesday, he got his Game 7 revenge.
Jamal Murray's battling to be recognized as one of the NBA's best young players. At the same time he's fighting for so much more.
1. The most important question that will determine which team wins game 6 will be whether or not the Denver Nuggets have figured out a way to defend the Utah Jazz pick-and-roll (PnR). In game 5, the Nuggets held the Jazz to just 44 points in the 2nd half in part because of their ability to contain Donovan Mitchell with...