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Wind and Clark welcome in Nuggets play-by-play announcer Chris Marlowe to chat about the Nuggets’ thrilling win Thursday night over the Thunder, Jamal Murray, Gary Harris and Nikola Jokic as Denver’s core, his volleyball playing days and gold-medal Olympic run in 1984, broadcasting with Bruce Jenner, road to Altitude TV and the one time he was in a hot tub with Mister T.

Rundown

2:00 – Observations from last night’s win

4:30 – Murray is “the volcano”

7:30 – Murray and Harris have made a leap

9:00 – Harris is a smaller version of Kawhi Leonard

11:30 – Murray as the alpha

23:00 – Marlowe’s volleyball background

26:00 – Road to the ’84 Olympics

29:30 – Going from bartender to Olympics captain

38:30 – Coming to Denver

40:00 – Preparation as an announcer

50:00 – Working with Bill Walton

53:00 – Marlowe gets into a hot tub with Mister T

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Wind and Clark recap Thursday thrilling win over the OKC Thunder, and the three big storylines from the night. Notes on Gary Harris’ game-winner, Nikola Jokic’s historic stat line and performance, and Jamal Murray’s rise to Denver’s alpha over the past two months. Rundown 2:00 – Breaking down the game-winner 7:00 – More on Harris 13:00 – Murray making the…

Wind and Clark recap Denver's discuss all things San Antonio, from the River Walk to the labyrinth that is AT&T Center. Then, the game. What went right? What went wrong? And a breakdown of the last sequence of the game and where the blame lies for the loss.

Rundown

2:00 - AT&T Center and Spurs lore

7:00 - Darrell Arthur can still play

10:00 - Bench bounces back

12:30 - Torrey Craig's two-way expiring?

17:30 - Postgame vibe

20:30 - Poise down the stretch

23:00 - Another potential game-winner

25:00 - Barton as the closer

32:00 - The future of the power forward spot

35:00 - Mudiay shines

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Wind and Clark recap Saturday’s win over the Dallas Mavericks and take questions from Reddit and Twitter.

Rundown

1:30 – Monday reset

6:00 – “Negative energy”

11:00 – Mason Plumlee and bloggers

16:00 – Nuggets winning ugly

24:00 – Why teams get physical with Nikola Jokic

29:00 – How will Millsap’s return impact the rotation?

36:30 – Sparky and Jokic

39:00 -Pod Goals

Wind and Clark discuss the Nuggets win over the Knicks, Gary Harris consistency, how well Nikola Jokic and Mason Plumlee played together and if this win had more to do with Denver's offense or New York's defense.

Rundown

2:00 - MVP Gary Harris

4:00 - Harris consistency

7:00 - The Jamal Murray and Harris dynamic

11:00 - Nuggets' offense or Knicks' defense?

14:00 - Who is Jokic on offense?

18:00 - A flashback to last season

20:30 - Wilson Chandler's move to the bench pays off

28:00 Jokic and Mason Plumlee looked great together

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Wind and Clark talk trade deadline. What's Denver's biggest need? What positions will the Nuggets target? Who's the most likely player on the roster to be dealt? Then, the guys draft their All-Star rosters. Clark channels his inner LeBron James and has the first selection. Wind is Stephen Curry and selects second.

Rundown

2:00 - Around the league

6:00 - The likelihood Denver will trade for a backup point guard

10:30 - Will the Nuggets target a small forward?

19:00 - Who's the likeliest player on Denver's roster to be dealt?

22:30 - What's Emmanuel Mudiay's trade value

25:00 - Could Denver have a trade partner in Orlando?

32:30 - Who else do the Nuggets have available?

38:00 - All-Star draft

39:30 - First pick

57:00 - Wind and Clark's closing five

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Wind and Clark recap the Denver Nuggets win over the Portland Trail Blazers, go into detail about Jamal Murray's career night and discuss the importance of him emerging as the Nuggets' closer down the stretch of games. Also, notes on Murray and Malone's tight-knit relationship and changes to Denver's starting lineup.

Rundown

4:30 - Another new starting five

6:45 - Denver's team defense

7:30 - Nikola Jokic struggles offensively

9:30 - Michael Malone follows through on a promise

14:30 - Is Jamal Murray making a leap?

17:00 - Murray and Malone's relationship

20:00 - Murray's innate confidence

21:30 - How vital to Denver's success is Murray's progression?

28:30 - Wilson Chandler's defense off the bench

31:00 - Will the Nuggets stick with big ball?

34:30 - A note from philosopher Will Barton

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Wind and Clark recap an eventful Sunday practice and look ahead to the Denver Nuggets’ matchup Monday against the Portland Trail Blazers. Jusuf Nurkic returns to Pepsi Center for the first time since last season’s trade but some of the excitement over that rivalry seems to have faded. Will Nuggets coach Michael Malone make significant changes to his lineup and rotation? What’s Denver’s team morale like during the Nuggets’ biggest rut of the season? That and more in the Monday edition of the BSN Nuggets Podcast.

Rundown

5:00 – Weekly reset

6:00 – Nurkic’s return to Denver and “rivalry” with Portland

9:00 – Denver’s rival going forward

12:30 – Major changes to the rotation? Not so fast

16:00 – The Nuggets aren’t panicking

18:00 – Malone won’t call as many plays

21:00 – Malone is making it a point to stay positive (practice audio)

25:30 – Malone speaking with players 1-on-1

26:30 – What changes (if any) will be made to the starting lineup/rotation?

29:30 – How many days of service does Torrey Craig have left?

32:00 – Could Plumlee/Jokic make a return?

Wind and Clark recap another Nuggets loss, this time to the Phoenix Suns. Nuggets coach Michael Malone and his players cited effort as the reason for the loss afterward. Are they right? Also what changes are in store for Denver’s starting lineup and rotation?

Rundown

1:30 – A new worst loss of the year?

3:30 – Effort?

5:00 – Locker room reaction

5:30 – Will Barton’s full postgame comments

9:00 – The surprising mood of Denver’s locker room

15:00 – Evaluating the new starting lineup

18:30 – Predicting changes for the starters and rotation

26:00 – Is the pressure increasing to make a move?

30:00 – Nikola Jokic’s night

Wind and Clark recap the latest Nuggets loss in Los Angeles. First, Clark recalls an awkward moment with Blake Griffin at Clippers’ shootaround, then the guys address Denver’s frontcourt, why its alternating between small ball and Nikola Jokic and Mason Plumlee and what to expect moving forward. Also, notes on the Nuggets’ point guard situation.

Rundown

1:30 – Recapping the Clippers’ loss

3:00 – Clark’s awkward run-in with Griffin

9:00 – Plumlee/Jokic

14:00 – Jokic’s perimeter-oriented night

15:30 – The most telling quote of the season

16:30 – Body language doctor

21:00 – Plumlee as a No. 1 option

23:00 – What does Michael Malone have in store next?

29:30 – Taking stock of Denver’s point guard situation

31:30 – Who was at fault for the Nuggets’ final possession

Wind and Clark break down Denver’s 105-102 win over Dallas, how the Nuggets nearly blew a 23-point second-half, lead why Nikola Jokic broke out in the way he did and other observations from a critical home in.

Rundown

2:00 – How Denver managed to blow a 23-point second-half lead

7:00 – Potential consequences of Dallas’ comeback

13:00 – How Jokic busted out of his funk

18:00 – What kind of lineups does Jokic play best with?

20:00 – Did the Nuggets’ small ball starting five help Jokic?

22:40 – Michael Malone’s quote on small ball lineups

25:30 – Will the Jokic and Mason Plumlee frontcourt make a return

28:30 – Torrey Craig back in, Richard Jefferson out

30:00 – What about Kenneth Faried?

32:00 – Thrill Barton returns

33:30 – Final observations

Wind and Clark discuss the events that unfolded at Monday’s Nuggets’ practice, if this is the end of the Nikola Jokic and Mason Plumlee frontcourt and other notes about Denver’s probable rotation against the Dallas Mavericks Tuesday night.

Rundown

0.00 – Warriors/Cavs MLK special

4:30 – Recapping an eventful Monday practice

7:30 – RIP Poker?

9:30 – Will Barton’s comments on “space”

12:00 – Denver’s priority over the next two weeks

18:00 – Richard Jefferson vs. Torrey Craig

22:00 – Jefferson’s presence on a young roster

27:00 – Denver/Dallas II

31:00 – Odds of a big Nikola Jokic game

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

Wind and Clark break down the Denver’s Nuggets ugly 87-78 win over the Memphis Grizzlies. Notes on Nikola Jokic’s night, Will Barton finding hit shot, Trey Lyles’ struggles from the free-throw line and Malik Beasley’s defense. Also a recap of how Jokic and Mason Plumlee have fared as front court partners and how their production compares to what Jokic and Trey Lyles have done on the floor when playing together.

Rundown

0:00 – An ugly victory

3:30 – Beasley’s big night

6:00 – Beasley’s upside and future role in the league

13:00 – Pros and cons of Jokic/Plumlee

17:30 – Pros and cons of Jokic/Lyles

20:30 – Is a starting lineup change coming?

24:00 – Western Conference playoff race

25:30 – Will Barton’s night and what’s behind his recent struggles

30:30 – Why is Lyles struggling from the free-throw line?

32:00 – Barton’s Instagram game remains strong

33:00 – Huarache for life

Wind and Clark give out their Nuggets midseason awards. Most Valuable Player, Defensive Player of the Year, biggest surprise, best win, worst loss, and best moment from the first 41 games of Denver’s season.

Rundown

0:00 – MVP

16:00 – DPOY

26:00 – Biggest surprise

35:30 – Best win

42:30 – Worst loss

47:30 – Best moment

50:00 – Obligatory Will Barton banter

Wind and Clark discuss Denver’s loss to Atlanta, the dangerous trend that’s been developing with the Nuggets over the past two weeks, what’s behind Nikola Jokic’s offensive struggles and how to get him going, Gary Harris’ big night, the responsibility of the Nugget’s franchise player, and more.

Rundown

1:00 – The scary trend that’s developed over the past two weeks

3:30 – Michael Malone says Denver is “full of shit” if they’re talking playoffs

12:45 – Analyzing another off night from Nikola Jokic

18:30 – Does Jokic get a fair whistle?

20:00 – Jokic/Plumlee lineups are falling back to earth

22:00 – How to get Jokic going again on offense

28:00 – Trey Lyles’ first bad game in a while

31:00 – Gary Harris’ big night

32:30 – Harris’ locker room comments

34:00 – The responsibility that comes with being Denver’ franchise player

Wind and Clark break down the Denver Nuggets loss Monday night to the Golden State Warriors, how Nikola Jokic’s rediscovered his swagger, Jamal Murray’s connection with Stephen Curry, Michael Malone’s connection with his players, and Wind describes how he almost spent the night at Oracle Arena.

Rundown

1:30 – Oracle Arena’s strengths and weaknesses.

7:15 – Jokic finds his swag

13:00 – Who’s the Nuggets best player?

16:00 – Nuggets/Warriors comparisons

22:30 – Jamal Murray’s growth from year 1-2

27:00 – Steph Curry’s impact on the NBA

33:00 – Michael Malone’s strong bond with his players

35:30 – Nikola Jokic calls Malone a one-of-a-kind coach

40:00 – Shaun Livingston’s old man’s game

42:30 – Trey Lyles’ consistency

47:15 – Wind describes his escape from Oracle

Wind and Clark break down Saturday night's loss to Sacramento, Denver's season-high 25 turnovers, Nikola Jokic's weird night and what's behind his offensive struggles over the Nuggets' past three games.

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Wind and Clark recap the Denver Nuggets 143-111 over the Phoenix Suns, discuss Gary Harris' development on the offensive end of the floor, Denver's second-quarter relapse and third-quarter rebound. Also, notes on two unsung heroes of the Nuggets' win and season.

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