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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.

Rundown

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.

By Brandon Krisztal In Denver, Colorado seemingly every year as the Major League Baseball trade deadline approaches, we often ask, “Are the Rockies buyers or sellers this year?” Most years, they’re sellers, or they do nothing. At Pepsi Center, for nearly a decade, there was no notion of the Nuggets being sellers, save for Carmelo Anthony’s final season. But some...

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When his name first came up two weeks ago, it seemed like desperate baseball writers trying to stir the pot in an otherwise boring trade deadline.Now, with three days left before the deadline, there is a real chance that the Colorado Rockies move Ubaldo Jimenez.Could this move seriously happen? It doesn’t seem like a deal will get done. By all...

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Ervin Santana threw a no-hitter on Wednesday, and it wasn’t the most surprising news of the day.More surprising was the dominance of Aaron Cook on the mound. Cook went seven strong innings, giving up just six hits. He struck out two and walked two. Obviously that statement is made in jest, but the point is the same, Cook throwing seven...

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It’s over. All the hype. All the anticipation. All the predictions. All the talk. Everything that went into how good the Colorado Rockies were going to be, and, on July 7th, the verdict is in. The Rockies stink.It may sound negative. It may sound like pessimism, but let’s be honest, this team is looking more and more like a team...

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Mark Kiszla is at it again.The Denver Post columnist continues to show why the print media industry is failing. They employ too many columnists who follow a team only long enough to put the franchise’s head in a guillotine. They rile up the passive fans and it sells a few more newspapers, but credibility is lost with fans who pay...

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