Murray wants to work double-time this season.
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.
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.
The Nuggets fell in their seventh seeding game to the Clippers, but is Denver afraid of Kawhi Leonard, Paul George and Co. if they were to meet LA in the playoffs? The guys are live from the DNVR Bar to break down the game and Michael Malone’s terse postgame comments. Are you as worried about the Nuggets’ defense as their coach is? https://twitter.com/DNVR_Nuggets/status/1293756622880219138?s=20 DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes link | Stitcher Link | Pocket Casts Link | Spotify Link
Every room at Disney's Gran Destino Tower comes equipped with its own Keurig. That's going to come in handy for the Nuggets.
Allie Monroy and Harrison Wind break down the Nuggets upcoming game against the Clippers, what this will mean for the Western Conference standings and more! https://youtu.be/92sVICuyVHM
With two days left in the 2018-19 regular season, the Nuggets’ first-round playoff opponent remains undecided. What is set in stone is that Denver will be a top-3 seed in the West. The Nuggets will host either the Spurs, Thunder, Clippers or Jazz in the first round. Here’s a quick preview of each potential first-round opponent and one matchup in...
How many NBA players play with more confidence than Jamal Murray? It’s a short list. That confidence was oozing out of Murray’s pores Friday in Oklahoma City where the point guard with the quickest heat check in the league lit the Thunder up for a cool 27 points on just 20 shots and swished a 28-foot dagger with 1:46 remaining in...
Wind and Clark give their final thoughts on the Nuggets’ win over the Thunder, discuss the starting lineup closing out Oklahoma City, Denver’s closer and take a question from the Total Beverage Fan Hotline. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes link | Stitcher Link | Pocket Casts Link | Spotify Link
Michael Malone’s phone lit up in the middle of his car ride home from the Nuggets’ 29-point win over the Clippers Sunday evening with a text from his starting small forward. Will Barton’s message wasn’t in regards to the three points he scored that night on a paltry 1-6 shooting or his offensive inconsistencies, which through Sunday had been a prevalent storyline surrounding Denver’s do-it-all wing since he returned to the court in January after a hip injury sidelined him for the first three months of the season. It was about the Nuggets’ next opponent and a certain MVP candidate. “I want to guard Paul George,” Barton wrote. “I want that challenge.” “You got it,” Malone responded. Forty-eight hours later…
Wind recaps the Nuggets’ win over the Oklahoma City Thunder, how Denver managed to keep Paul George in check, Nikola Jokic expanding one aspect of his offensive game and why the Nuggets’ small ball bench unit may be cause for concern. Also, a reflective Will Barton’s speaks postgame about the victory, his defensive performance and a trying season. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes link | Stitcher Link | Pocket Casts Link | Spotify Link
There aren’t any Russell Westbrooks in the NBL, Australia and New Zealand’s National Basketball League where Torrey Craig cut his teeth for three seasons before arriving in Denver two summers ago. Still, Craig has never looked overmatched against the former league MVP in any of the five games that the Thunder and Nuggets have played against one another since the 6-foot-6...
The term “unfinished business” is a convenient phrase that’s thrown around this time of year when prized free agents announce that they’re returning to the same teams they came up just short with a season ago. Both Paul George and Chris Paul typed out those two words verbatim on their social media accounts late Saturday night after re-upping with the...
Wind and Clark welcome in Nuggets play-by-play announcer Chris Marlowe to chat about the Nuggets’ thrilling win Thursday night over the Thunder, Jamal Murray, Gary Harris and Nikola Jokic as Denver’s core, his volleyball playing days and gold-medal Olympic run in 1984, broadcasting with Bruce Jenner, road to Altitude TV and the one time he was in a hot tub with Mister T.
2:00 – Observations from last night’s win
4:30 – Murray is “the volcano”
7:30 – Murray and Harris have made a leap
9:00 – Harris is a smaller version of Kawhi Leonard
11:30 – Murray as the alpha
23:00 – Marlowe’s volleyball background
26:00 – Road to the ’84 Olympics
29:30 – Going from bartender to Olympics captain
38:30 – Coming to Denver
40:00 – Preparation as an announcer
50:00 – Working with Bill Walton
53:00 – Marlowe gets into a hot tub with Mister T
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The Denver Nuggets topped the Oklahoma City Thunder 127-124 Thursday night at Pepsi Center in one of the more entertaining games of the season. Four Nuggets players scored at least 15 points and Jamal Murray led the way with a team-high 33. Here’s how each Nuggets player performed. ***Jamal Murray (A+) – Murray gets the Player of the Game honors for...
Wind and Clark recap Thursday thrilling win over the OKC Thunder, and the three big storylines from the night. Notes on Gary Harris’ game-winner, Nikola Jokic’s historic stat line and performance, and Jamal Murray’s rise to Denver’s alpha over the past two months. Rundown 2:00 – Breaking down the game-winner 7:00 – More on Harris 13:00 – Murray making the leap in more ways than one 16:00 – Murray’s potential as a scorer 20:00 – Malone’s memorable postgame 22:00 – Notes on Murray’s shooting 24:00 – Why did Nikola Jokic go off tonight? 27:00 – Malone’s internal struggle 28:30 – Is Jan. 21 the new Dec. 15? 32:00 – Thunder’s poor defense 34:15 – Russ vs Fan 40:00 – Jokic at…
DENVER — Midway through Thursday’s second quarter, Jamal Murray found himself isolated against Steven Adams on the right wing. Murray took one hard dribble with his left hand, went between his legs twice, found his rhythm with a final crossover back to his right, jumped behind the three-point line, coiled his body and readied for a three. Murray rose and fired as Adams crumbled to the...
The Nuggets reportedly don't view Gary Harris as one of their untouchables, according to ESPN Saturday.