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Michael Malone has heated exchanges with Mudiay, Griffin

    Denver Nuggets head coach Michael Malone lost his temper during his team’s loss to the Los Angeles Clippers Thursday night, and he took it out on an opponent and one of his own players. First, Malone had some words for Blake Griffin, who was not happy that the Nuggets were employing a hack-a-DeAndre Jordan strategy at the end of the game.     Jordan is a poor...
Via Larry Brown Sports
7 hours ago  |  Discuss

Denver Nuggets Michael Malone, Emmanuel Mudiay in heated exchange on bench

  The Denver Nuggets just lost their fourth game in a row, this time to the visiting Los Angeles Clippers. With just 1:53 left in the game rookie Emmanuel Mudiay and head coach Michael Malone could been seen on the bench getting into a bit of a heated exchange. This coming right after Malone received a technical foul for arguing with Blake Griffin following a DeAndre Jordan alley...
Via BSN Denver
15 hours ago  |  Discuss

The young Denver Nuggets are heading in the right direction

It was a scene straight out of the AND1 Mixtape Tour. Like Hot Sauce clownin’ some sucka on the open pavement. But it wasn’t Hot Sauce and it damn sure was no sucker; the pavement was the pristine hardwood of Denver’s Pepsi Center. This was Nuggets rookie Emmanuel Mudiay crossing up the best player in the NBA, Steph Curry, on Sunday night’s nationally televised game. Yes...
Via Mile High Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Five reasons why the Nuggets should consider trading Kenneth Faried

  After two and a half years on the job Tim Connelly’s preference for how he desires to build a professional basketball franchise is starting to manifest on the court and in the Nuggets’ structural DNA. And as the team moves forward it seems inevitable these characteristics become even more pronounced, which is why at this point the Nuggets might be wise to cut ties with Kenneth...
Via BSN Denver
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Stephen Curry has some meaningful advice for Emmanuel Mudiay

Last night, the Denver Nuggets squared off against the undefeated Golden State Warriors, and they lost, as I’m sure you guessed. But that’s not the story of the game. The story of the game was the matchup between rookie sensation Emmanuel Mudiay and reigning MVP Stephen Curry. And while Curry easily outplayed his 19-year-old counterpart, the matchup should be viewed as an extremely...
Via Mile High Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Denver Nuggets: Keys to being a playoff contender

Kenneth Faried will be a key for the Nuggets if they to be contenders for the 2016 NBA playoffs. Mandatory Credit: Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY SportsIn the Nuggets’ two most recent losses, Wednesday night against the San Antonio Spurs and Saturday night against the Phoenix Suns, Gallinari’s struggles proved especially devastating for the team. While Gallinari did manage to record...
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Wilson Chandler: Whoever runs Nuggets social media accounts ‘pretty wack’

Professional sports teams are, more than ever, using social media to help promote themselves and interact with fans. Most of the time, posts on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook accounts are harmless, fun, and provide access otherwise not granted. Other times, they can not be received too well. Wilson Chandler, who recently underwent successful hip surgery that will sideline him...
Via Larry Brown Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Denver Nuggets Emmanuel Mudiay: “I really want to make it to the playoffs this year”

  After the Nuggets 114-107 loss at the hands of the Phoenix Suns last night, rookie point guard Emmanuel Mudiay offered up his thoughts on the game and what his team’s aspirations were for the season. “I really want to make it to the playoffs this year,” Mudiay said after Phoenix’s comeback win last night. “We’re tied for eighth (in the Western Conference), but we...
Via BSN Denver
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Inside A Possession: Parker – Duncan layup vs. Nuggets

In the San Antonio Spurs’ 109-98 victory over the Denver Nuggets Wednesday, the Spurs finished with 33 assists, while shooting 48.8% from the floor. The Nuggets came into the match with the 20th ranked defense in the league, and on the opening possession of the game for San Antonio, the first set they ran indicated […]
Via Project Spurs
5 days ago  |  Discuss

What To Make of the Denver Nuggets

The Denver Nuggets were supposed to be a young team with some questions defensively that wasn’t going to do much this season. However, at 6-5 and currently in seventh in the West, the question must be asked, what are we supposed to make of this Denver team? Can they make a bigger dent in the West than most expected? Denver’s start to the season is no doubt surprising. With...
Via The Lottery Mafia
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Gallinari latest forward to face defense of Spurs, Leonard

AT&T CENTER – Heading into Wednesday’s contest between the San Antonio Spurs and Denver Nuggets, forward Danilo Gallinari had been leading his team in scoring with 19.1 points per game, while attempting 13.2 shots per game, and shooting 43.4% from the floor. After being guarded by the reigning Defensive Player of the Year in Kawhi […]
Via Project Spurs
6 days ago  |  Discuss

The NBA is trying to soften Denver's home-court advantage

The NBA is being more careful with how they schedule Denver's home games. Ed Szczepanski Ed Szczepanski-USA TODAY SportsFor many years, the Denver Nuggets enjoyed one of the best home-court advantages in the league. Due to the high altitude and mile-high air, visiting teams often struggle to adjust and run out of gas much earlier than the Nuggets. The fast-paced style the Nuggets...
Via Fox Sports
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Denver finds another gold 'Nugget' against Houston

When we last checked in with the Houston Rockets, they had defeated the Los Angeles Clippers in Staples Center. They left the previous weekend with a justifiable sense that — four-game winning streak in tow — they had begun to turn the corner. One weekend later, that notion lies in ruins, as the Rockets — following a humiliating home-court loss to the Brooklyn Nets — dropped...
Via Crossover Chronicles
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Ty Lawson has 'nothing bad to say' about Nuggets in return

One major conversation point ahead of the Rockets' game against the Nuggets is, naturally, that Friday marks Ty Lawson's return to Denver.There's no ignoring that the relationship between the Nuggets and the 28-year-old point guard crumbled ahead of the trade in July that sent him to Houston. But when asked about the return to Pepsi Center playing for a different team, Lawson told Christopher...
Via Yardbarker
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Wilson Chandler to Have Hip Surgery, Will Miss Rest of Season

Bad news Nuggets. It has been revealed that Wilson Chandler suffered a labral tear sometime during the preseason, and now that it has been discovered, he will have surgery. This will cause Chandler to miss the rest of the season, as the rehab process takes 6+ months to complete. Chandler just signed a contract extension over the summer, and did not appear in a game this season....
Via Hoops-Nation
13 days ago  |  Discuss

The Denver Nuggets are dead last in home attendance

Why are fans not going to Nuggets games? Isaiah J. Downing Isaiah J. DowningThe Denver Nuggets are dead last in home attendance this season, according to is averaging 12,239 fans per game, which is less than 2,000 fans a game than the 29th place team, the Milwaukee Bucks. In three home games this year, Denver has only had 63.9 percent of the available seats in the...
Via Fox Sports
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Lakers had ‘verbal altercation’ during loss to Nuggets

The Los Angeles Lakers are 0-4 to start the season, and it’s clear the players are not happy about that. Lakers head coach Byron Scott said Wednesday that some players got into a “verbal altercation” on the bench towards the end of a 120-109 loss to the Denver Nuggets. You might think that a coach...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Nuggets' short-term issues have long-term solutions

Here are a few random observations from the first NBA game at American Airlines Center in almost six months after a tumultuous offseason. The energy in the arena was non-existent and the Mavericks and the Nuggets had nothing to play for, but it was still fun to watch NBA basketball in person. The one thing TV cameras don't capture very well is the length and breadth of the floor...
Via RealGM - NBA
October 07, 2015  |  Discuss

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