The Avs certainly didn’t wow anyone at the deadline, but they nibbled the edges for some improvement. https://youtu.be/jJpnn9CFjZc
The trade deadline always presents an odd exercise in building a team that’s trying to win a championship. It’s almost never core pieces that get moved but complementary ones, players on the periphery. After all, it’s largely the good teams in the league trying to pillage the bad teams for the players that can help them the most. That alone…...
Funny what a couple of years can do in the NHL. It wasn’t that long ago that Joe Sakic was in the shadow of the impetuous attitude of Patrick Roy, his former teammate back during their glory-filled playing day. Their management structure didn’t last long and yielded almost disastrous results. Their parting of ways left their pet project, the Colorado…...
Allie Monroy and Harrison Wind discuss the Nuggets recent wins over the Trail Blazers and the Jazz, what the night of the four-team trade was like at the Pepsi Center, thoughts on the trades and more! https://youtu.be/BtKYdwoLe5E
Allie Monroy and Drew Creasman discuss the Colorado Rockies recent struggles, what happened at the trade deadline, and more! https://youtu.be/qA3okaGXJww
At 50-58 entering Wednesday’s 2pm MST trade deadline, the Colorado Rockies and their General Manager Jeff Bridich could not plausibly justify adding to an underperforming, yet solid roster. Bridich was able to swing two trades, both of which were not on anyone’s radar nor will have any major impact on the 2019 season. In more of a seller’s mode,…...
DENVER – When German Márquez exited his start early, it wasn’t because he was dealt at the Trade Deadline. Unfortunately, the news was equally as unpleasant as he hobbled off the field with assistance in the top half of the seventh. GM Jeff Bridich said of the injury, “Full-body cramping… He tried to go out there and both legs cramped at…...
Wind and Clark recap an exciting trade deadline, why the Nuggets chose to stand pat and if that was surprising. Also, who won the trade deadline, who lost, an autopsy report from Denver’s loss in Brooklyn and how the Nuggets can pull out of their mini-slide. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes link | Stitcher Link | Pocket Casts Link |…
Harrison Wind and Christian Clark run through the pros and cons of a potential Anthony Davis deal, what Denver would have to give up in a hypothetical trade and if the Nuggets would think about pulling the trigger.
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Wind and Clark preview the Feb. 7 trade deadline, what the Nuggets could be looking for and what areas of need Denver may look to address before the stretch run to the regular season. Also, the latest on Jarred Vanderbilt, who could make his Nuggets’ debut in the coming days
The Broncos' second-leading all-time receiver and longest-tenured player was shipped out in exchange for a fourth-round pick.
Maybe you can go home again. Colorado Rockies reliever Seunghwan Oh told South Korean media he’s considering a return to his home country’s professional baseball league in 2019. Oh, who was acquired at the 2018 trade deadline, was a much-needed addition to a then-struggling relief corps. He is under contract with the Rockies for the 2019 season after his vesting option…...
DENVER — Torrey Craig is averaging 22.6 minutes per game in February and has been an integral piece to Nuggets coach Michael Malone’s rotation over the past few months. He logged 27 minutes in the Nugget’s win over the Hornets last week, 28 in Denver’s loss to Houston on Friday and 16 against the Suns on Saturday. But under his two-way contract,…...
Wind and Clark are joined by Adam Mares from DenverStiffs.com and the Locked on Nuggets Podcast for a last-minute trade deadline primer. Who’s the most likely Nugget to get moved before Thursday at 1 p.m.? How would the rumored point guards on the market fit in Denver? What’s the Nuggets’ top priority at the deadline? Will Denver create a roster spot for Torrey Craig? That and more on the latest BSN Nuggets Podcast.
With the trade deadline approaching, the Denver Nuggets have one obvious need. They can't afford to stand pat at the deadline like they did a year ago.
On the Monday edition of the BSN Nuggets Podcast Wind and Clark rehash Denver’s Saturday night loss in San Antonio and give some general thoughts about why the Nuggets’ offense has been slumping as of late. How do the Nuggets get their attack back on track? Tune in to find out.
0:00 – Week in review
2:00 – Is the fan base panicking?
6:00 – Denver’s wasting their January
8:00 – The optics of the nine spot in the West
9:30 – Nuggets/Spurs
12:00 – Potential playoff opponents
15:00 – Nuggets’ first-quarter struggles
19:00 – Other reasons for Denver’s offensive struggles
22:00 – Trade deadline targets
29:00 – Jokic back?
31:30 – Richard Jefferson vs Torrey Craig
35:00 – Plumlee/Jokic
37:30 – Lyles is very Spurs-ey
Harrison Wind and Christian Clark take questions from Twitter and Reddit on Mason Plumlee’s emergence, is the pairing with Nikola Jokic good for Denver long-term, Michael Malone’s shortened rotation and Emmanuel Mudiay’s future in Denver. Also, what’s going to be the Nuggets’ approach at the trade deadline? Is Denver a suitor for LeBron James? is Juancho Hernangomez still a part of the Nuggets’ future plans? That and more on Tuesday’s BSN Nuggets Podcast.
The Vertical's Adrian Wojnarowski noted Wednesday that the Nuggets would be open to trading Will Barton, in addition to Chandler or Gallinari.
Danilo Gallinari is reportedly on the wish list of a few playoff contenders but will the Nuggets look to trade the swingman in the heat of a playoff race?