Player grades for the Colorado Avalanche's 4-3 overtime loss to the Vancouver Canucks.
The Denver Nuggets outlasted the Dallas Mavericks 91-89 Saturday night at Pepsi Center. It was an ugly, grind-it-out win where both teams shot 42.0 percent or worse from the field. Here's how each Nuggets player performed.
The Denver Nuggets outlasted the New York Knicks 130-118 Thursday night at Pepsi Center. Here’s how each Nuggets player performed.
The Denver Nuggets topped the Portland Trail Blazers 104-100 to move to 24-23 on the season. More importantly, Denver took a 2-1 series lead over Portland—a team the Nuggets will likely battle for playoff positioning over the remainder of the regular season. Here's how each Nuggets player performed.
The Denver Nuggets fell 108-100 to the Phoenix Suns in what was arguably its worst loss of the season Friday night at Pepsi Center. Denver was outscored 31-19 in the second quarter and wasn't able to get enough stops down the stretch to close Phoenix's margin in the final minutes. Here's how each Nuggets player performed.
The Denver Nuggets fell 109-104 in Los Angeles to the Clippers on the second night of a back-to-back Wednesday. Denver led by nine points at halftime but only was able to score 43 points in the second half.
The Denver Nuggets defeated the Dallas Mavericks 105-102 Tuesday night at Pepsi Center. It was just the Nuggets second win in its last six tries as Denver moved to 23-21 on the season and 16-5 at home.
Nikola Jokic shined, but nearly everyone else up and down the Nuggets' roster struggled in Denver's blowout loss in San Antonio.
The Denver Nuggets edged the Memphis Grizzlies 87-78 Friday night at Pepsi Center. Both teams shot under 40 percent from the field, the 87 points were also Denver's lowest total that the Nuggets have scored in a win this season, but Denver was able to end a three-game win streak. Here’s how each Nuggets player performed.
Another off night for Nikola Jokic, a rare poor game from Trey Lyles but Gary Harris, he was solid as always in Denver's Wednesday night loss to Atlanta.
The Denver Nuggets fought hard at Oracle Arena Monday night. Denver hung with Golden State for the better part of four quarters but the Warriors were able to hit their free-throws down the stretch to seal a 124-114 win.
For all the bad performances up and down Denver's roster, Murray deserves some credit tonight. The Nuggets' starting point guard did commit five turnovers, he did shoot just 3-8 from three-point range, but he battled in the fourth quarter and played with passion tonight. Murray was frustrated, whether it was the officiating, turnovers, missed shots or all three, but he recorded a big-time block late in the game and played well enough for the Nuggets to win.
Maybe it was a Kentucky/Louisville thing with Jamal Murray (Kentucky) going up against Jazz point guard Donovan Mitchell (Louisville) who played one year for the Cardinals, maybe it wasn't, but Murray came out with that look in his eye tonight. He was consistent scoring the ball all game. Murray tallied eight points in the first quarter, eight in the second, seven in the third and three more in the fourth once the game was already in hand for a total of 26 points on the night. The highlight of his night was when Murray skyed for an offensive rebound, dribbled the ball out to the three-point line and drilled a three in the second quarter.