What trading Joffrey Lauvergne to the Oklahoma City Thunder for two future second-round picks means for the Denver Nuggets present and future.
The Denver Nuggets have reportedly traded Joffrey Lauvergne to the Oklahoma City Thunder in exchange for two future second-round picks.
Joffrey Lauvergne and the French nation team nearly took down the United States as the Red White and Blue struggled for a second consecutive game in Rio.
The Nuggets' Nikola Jokic and Serbia fell to Australia while Joffrey Lauvergne France topped China in group play at the Rio Olympics.
The Nuggets' Joffrey Lauvergne may have clinched Denver's last roster spot, as reports are emerging that the team has guaranteed his full salary for 2016-17.
The Denver Nuggets have one remaining roster spot that is likely coming down to either Joffrey Lauvergne, Axel Toupane, or JaKarr Sampson.
Say what you want about his skill-set, but Lauvergne was consistent last season. His relatively low salary next season is a sign he should be back in Denver.
The Denver Nuggets couldn't get out of their own way against the Dallas Mavericks and lose in frustrating style. J.J. Barea led the way for Dallas with 18 points on the night.
In what was considered a test for the surging Nuggets, Denver failed miserably as they lose wire-to-wire, and being down as many as 22 points in the game. Lacking aggression and settling for long jumpers, the Nuggets suffered as they made their weakness their primary game plan losing 105-90. THE RUNDOWN First Quarter – Starters: Emmanuel Mudiay, Gary Harris, JaKarr Sampson,…...
The Denver Nuggets road trip has gone from bad to worse as the Atlanta Hawks hand the team their third straight loss, and Kenneth Faried is ailing with a back injury.
In a high-scoring rollercoaster of a game with 22 lead changes, the Heat end up out-executing the Nuggets in crunch time, ending their four-game winning streak 124-119. Once again the Nuggets showed heart, but ultimately failed due to inexperience and mistakes. THE RUNDOWN First Quarter Starters: Emmanuel Mudiay, Gary Harris, JaKarr Sampson, Kenneth Faried, Nikola Jokic Stat of the quarter:…...
An Nguyen recaps another gut-punching loss at the hands of the Brooklyn Nets to the Denver Nuggets. Emmanuel Mudiay had a strong performance, but was outdone in overtime by Brook Lopez.
The Denver Nuggets shored up some depth at the forward position with the signing of Axel Toupane to a 10-day contract. Toupane and Joffrey Lauvergne both hail from Mulhouse, France.
NBA trade rumor season is heating up and Nate Timmons walks you through two Denver Nuggets that are rumored to being shopped in centers Joffrey Lauvergne and J.J. Hickson.
An Nguyen recaps the Denver Nuggets frustrating loss at the hands of the Oklahoma City Thunder. Denver is now 3-2 on their season long home stand.
Harrison Wind previews tonights game between the Portland Trail Blazers and Denver Nuggets. There's also an update on Kenneth Faried's health after a scary in-game injury in Golden State.
The Denver Nuggets traveled to Portland for the second of a back-to-back against the Blazers. The featured match up between Will Barton and C.J. McCollum didn't disappoint.
The Denver Nuggets kept things close against the Cleveland Cavaliers, but don't let the score fool you because the game was never in doubt for LeBron James and Company.
Luke Binder previews tonight's Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Denver Nuggets game. The Cavs will be without Kyrie Irving, but LeBron James, Kevin Love and Timofey Mozgov are all set for tonight's game.