Allie Monroy and Harrison Wind discuss the Nuggets upcoming road trip, the dunk of the season and more! https://youtu.be/RHPqQlVryl4
The Denver Nuggets are….road warriors? Maybe not quite, but Denver’s impressive season continued Friday in Dallas, as the Nuggets took down the Mavericks 114-104. With the win, Denver registered its 15th road victory of the season. How many wins did the Nuggets have away from Pepsi Center a year ago? 15. It was a total team effort against the Mavericks.…...
DALLAS — Nikola Jokic watched from the bench as the final seconds of a deflating 118-107 loss to the Dallas Mavericks ticked away on Tuesday at American Airlines Center. Jokic was seated near the end of the row of chairs. He wore his blue warmup top. A white towel was draped over his shoulders. Denver’s star center didn’t play at…...
DALLAS — On Monday, Nuggets coach Michael Malone was asked about his team’s recent success on the road. After going 7-19 away from Pepsi Center to start the season, Denver ripped off four straight wins. “Now we’re just a team that is on fire on the road,” Malone said. The sarcasm was dripping in his voice when he said it.…...
DALLAS — When Paul Millsap returned last week from a wrist injury that sidelined him for 44 games, Trey Lyles knew his minutes were going to get slashed. Lyles was playing the best basketball of his career in Millsap’s absence, averaging 13.0 points in 24.6 minutes per game. But the 22-year-old was wise enough to understand that as good as…...
The Denver Nuggets outlasted the Dallas Mavericks 91-89 Saturday night at Pepsi Center. It was an ugly, grind-it-out win where both teams shot 42.0 percent or worse from the field. Here's how each Nuggets player performed.
The shot, which some are calling The Sombor Shuffle, swished through the net. In the last month and a half, Jokic has relied on the wrong-footed fadeaway more and more, a shot he said he invented while on the mend from a sprained left ankle in December.
After Denver's grind-it-out 91-89 win over the Dallas Mavericks where the Nuggets held Dirk Nowitzki and Co. to 40.0 percent shooting, Malone praised his starting center and said Denver wouldn't have secured the victory without his play on the defensive end of the floor. He also chided some members of the media for their opinions of Plumlee and his value to the team.
Jamal Murray didn't get the start Saturday night—the first time he's come off the bench this season for the Nuggets—but the second-year shooting guard, who's coming into his own as Denver's closer over the past few weeks, did his part in finishing the Dallas Mavericks.
The Denver Nuggets defeated the Dallas Mavericks 105-102 Tuesday night at Pepsi Center. It was just the Nuggets second win in its last six tries as Denver moved to 23-21 on the season and 16-5 at home.
To help you hear what we hear, BSN Denver is uploading uncut audio after Nuggets games this season. Here’s what was said by Michael Malone, Gary Harris, Nikola Jokic, and Will Barton after Denver’s 105-102 win over Memphis on Tuesday at Pepsi Center.
Wind and Clark discuss the events that unfolded at Monday’s Nuggets’ practice, if this is the end of the Nikola Jokic and Mason Plumlee frontcourt and other notes about Denver’s probable rotation against the Dallas Mavericks Tuesday night.
0.00 – Warriors/Cavs MLK special
4:30 – Recapping an eventful Monday practice
7:30 – RIP Poker?
9:30 – Will Barton’s comments on “space”
12:00 – Denver’s priority over the next two weeks
18:00 – Richard Jefferson vs. Torrey Craig
22:00 – Jefferson’s presence on a young roster
27:00 – Denver/Dallas II
31:00 – Odds of a big Nikola Jokic game