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Michael Porter Jr. didn’t feel like playing basketball on Sunday. The news of Kobe Bryant’s death had filtered through the Nuggets locker room only about an hour before Denver was set to take on the Houston Rockets. It left Porter and his teammates devastated. The tragedy was stunning. Bryant, a hero to many on the Nuggets and throughout the league,…...

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The Nuggets used a combination of perfectly-executed double teams and strong team defense to beat the Houston Rockets in the two team’s first meeting earlier this season. Denver didn’t get either of those two things this time around in Houston. The Rockets trounced the Nuggets 130-104 to even the season series with Denver at one game apiece. James Harden led…...

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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…...

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Wind and Clark recap the Denver Nuggets Sunday night loss to the Houston Rockets, gush over James Harden’s exceptional night and discuss what went wrong in the latest installment of Denver-Houston.

Rundown

1:00 – The MVP shows up

4:00 – Nuggets on an island

9:00 – Not a typical Nuggets’ offensive night

16:00 – Playoff projections

21:00 – Harden’s foul-drawing

26:00 – Maik Beasley sees extended minutes

30:00 – Devin Harris still trying to find his footing

32:00 – Millsap update and how the rotation could change

36:00 – Future starting five with Millsap

DENVER — The Nuggets are 4-4 this season against the Golden State Warriors and San Antonio Spurs — the second and third-best teams in the Western Conference. However, against the Houston Rockets — the top dog in the wild west, who are proving to be the Nuggets’ kryptonite this season — Denver is 0-3. The Nuggets latest loss was a…...

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Rundown

1:50 – Trade deadline recap

5:30 – Nuggets vs. Rockets

9:00 – West playoff picture

13:00 – Paul Millsap’s impact upon return

17:00 – O.K. Corral shootout

20:00 – Grading the Devin Harris trade

25:00 – Did Denver sell low on Mudiay?

29:00 – How much will Harris play?

31:00 – Why Harris wanted to come to Denver

35:00 – Will Barton’s third quarter lifts Nuggets past Suns

39:00 – Podcast beef

43:00 – Nuggets feeding Jokic from the get-go

46:00 – What’s behind Wilson Chandler’s big night?

48:00 – Will Chandler stick in the starting lineup when Millsap returns?

PHOENIX — It was just 22 minutes — many of which came in a second half that amounted to mostly garbage time in the Denver Nuggets’ 130-104 loss to the Houston Rockets — but Monte Morris proved he belonged on the NBA stage. The 22-year-old was called up from the G League to Denver on Wednesday to provide point guard…...

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The Houston Rockets blasted the Denver Nuggets 130-104 on Friday at Toyota Center in Houston. The Nuggets shot just 3-28 from three-point range in the loss. Here’s how each Nuggets’ player performed. Torrey Craig (B) — Craig’s 45 days of service time are apparently still not up. He suited up for the Nuggets in Houston and chipped in with eight…...

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The last time Nuggets faced the Houston Rockets, which was in late November, James Harden, Chris Paul and Co. carved Denver up like a Thanksgiving turkey. The Rockets scored 75 points in the first half and wound up shooting 54.9 percent from the floor in a 125-95 win. “Obviously, the last time we played them was one of our poorer showings of the…...

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