Wind and Clark recap Denver’s loss in Dallas, Nikola Jokic’s fourth-quarter benching and the big man’s offensive struggles, his fit with Paul Millsap and more observations from Tuesday night. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes link | Stitcher Link | Pocket Casts Link
2:30 – Reported changes to Nuggets’ color scheme
5:00 – Nuggets’ get back to their identity vs. Cavs
11:00 – Misconceptions of a Nikola Jokic-led offense
16:03- The Nuggets’ most indispensable player
18:00 – Gary Harris’ step-back vs Memphis speaks to his growing offensive game
26:30 – Will Barton continues to play the best basketball of his career
29:00 – Team-first Barton
32:30 – Other tweaks to Michael Malone’s rotation
Wind and Clark break down Denver’s win in Memphis, Paul Millsap’s return to the starting lineup, Nikola Jokic’s lackluster offensive night and why an under-matched Grizzlies team was able to stay in Friday night’s game with the Nuggets.
3;00 – Mason Plumlee’s reverse slams
8:00 – Grizz wanted it more
16:00 – Millsap back in the starting five
19:00 – Poor half court offense
21:00 – Jokic struggles on offense
26:00 – Jokic as an afterthought in the offense
35:00 – ISO Gary and Will Barton making tough shots
Wind and Clark react to Thursday’s Nuggets’ practice where Michael Malone gave a timetable for Paul Millsap’s return to Denver’s starting lineup. Who moves to the bench once Millsap retakes his starting power forward spot? What is Malone’s current nine-man rotation with Millsap playing again? Then, thoughts on Trey Lyles’ cut in playing time and how he’s dealing with the demotion.
1:30 – Previewing the road trip
5:00 – Jokic snubbed from Player of the Month voting
12:00 – Paul Millsap’s impending return the starting lineup
13:30 – Millsap in, Will Barton out. Why?
18:30 – Barton has been how good?
24:00 – Lyle’s frustration
28:00 – How the organization views Lyles
Wind and Clark share their notes from the Nuggets’ loss to the Clippers, discuss Paul Millsap’s encouraging return to the lineup, Denver’s second-half collapse and what went wrong down to the final few possessions.
3:00 – Assessing Millsap’s return
6:30 – First-half defense
8:00 – Millsap’s defensive IQ
12:00 – A shift back to defense?
17:30 – Boban!
20:00 – The ultimate Nuggets killer
25:00 – A lack of TO’s hurts Nuggets
28:30 – To foul or not to foul?
31:00 – Murray’s final look
34:00 – Boban stat
Wind and Clark react to Paul Millsap getting upgraded to questionable for Tuesday night’s matchup against the Los Angeles Clippers, theorize if he’ll play and discuss the impact he’ll have over Denver’s final 22 games of the regular season. Also, a look back on how Denver played with Millsap over the first 16 games of the season and if that success is replicable over the stretch run.
3:30 – Will Millsap play Tuesday?
6:00 – Revisiting expectations without Millsap
10:00 – Winning at any cost
16:30 – Looking back at the beginning of the year with Millsap
18:00 – Starting 5 with Millsap balled
23:30 – Who gets their playing time cut?
31:30 – Millsap offensive role when he returns
34:30 – Gallo returns to Denver
Wind and Clark recap the Denver Nuggets Sunday night loss to the Houston Rockets, gush over James Harden’s exceptional night and discuss what went wrong in the latest installment of Denver-Houston.
1:00 – The MVP shows up
4:00 – Nuggets on an island
9:00 – Not a typical Nuggets’ offensive night
16:00 – Playoff projections
21:00 – Harden’s foul-drawing
26:00 – Maik Beasley sees extended minutes
30:00 – Devin Harris still trying to find his footing
32:00 – Millsap update and how the rotation could change
36:00 – Future starting five with Millsap
Wind and Clark recap Denver’s 122-119 win over the San Antonio Spurs, Allen Iverson, Kenyon Martin and Marcus Camby night and why the Nuggets are playing their best basketball of the Michael Malone era.
3:00 – Iverson’s aura
8:00 – Kenyon Martin’s shots at George Karl
14:30 – More excellence from Nikola Jokic
19:30 – A transcendent player
24:00 – Nuggets overcome the refs
32:00 – Why Wilson this Wilson Chandler might be here to stay
42:00 – Postgame activities
On the latest BSN Nuggets Podcast Wind and Clark sit down with Darrell Arthur who dishes on a variety of topics from his days at Kansas, their National Championship win over Memphis in 2008, and playing with Marc Gasol in Memphis. Then, a discussion around the current Nuggets, the locker room comradery in Denver, Gary Harris’ even-keel demeanor and work ethic, and the rise of Nikola Jokic, who Arthur believes will be a Hall-of-Famer when his playing career is over.
1:30 – Kansas days
4:30 – Winning the ship over Memphis
8:30 – Denver’s tight-knit locker room
11:00 – Nikola Jokic’s rise
13:00 – Playing within yourself
18:30 – What’s Jokic like off the court
19:30 – Late-night video games battles with teammates
23:00 – The final 24 games
26:30 – Who do the Nuggets want to play in the playoffs
30:00 – Mason Plumlee’s legendary caricature
Wind and Clark recaps a spirited Wednesday practice at Pepsi Center, Paul Millsap’s impending return, why Nuggets coach Michael Malone is excited for “defensive anchor” Mason Plumlee to return Friday versus the Spurs and the positive vibes that were seeping out from Pepsi Center’s practice court.
3:00 – Jamal Murray’s hectic All-Star weekend
4:30 – Paul Millsap returns (to practice)
7:30 – Millsap’s timeline to return
14:00 – The challenges Denver faces when Millsap returns
19:30 – The big question facing the Nuggets
29:30 – Plumlee back
32:00 – Devin Harris finding a groove
Wind and Clark discuss one of the biggest storylines to watch in Denver’s first game after the All-Star break on Friday against San Antonio. Who will Mason Plumlee play with? What does he bring to the Nuggets’ rotation? Who gets their minutes cut with Plumlee back in the fold? That and more on the Tuesday episode of the BSN Nuggets Podcast.
8:00 – How will Denver use Mason Plumlee?
10:00 – What does Plumlee bring to the table?
12:00 – Plumlee and Nikola Jokic together
15:00 – The four-game stretch
18:00 – Will he take a backseat?
22:00 – Who will Denver start?
28:00 – How many minutes will Plumlee and Jokic get together?
Wind and Clark recap All-Star weekend, discuss the skills challenge, three-point shootout, dunk contest and Sunday’s All-Star game and assess Jamal Murray’s performance. Also, who will be the next Nuggets player to make an All-Star game and when?
2:30 – Takeaways from All-Star weekend
7:30 – Should the NBA put more on the line?
11:30 – Jamal Murray’s performance at All-Star weekend
17:30 – What will you remember from the dunk contest?
19:00 – Donovan Mitchell’s rise
22:00 – The next Nuggets’ All-Star
29:30 – Denver’s U23 core vs Philly
34:00 – Jamal Murray’s All-Star ETA
36:00 – Biggest pre-All-Star break Nuggets storylines
Wind and Clark recap Denver’s win in Milwaukee and Nikola Jokic’s historic night and other notes from the Nuggets’ ninth victory in their last 12 games.
3:00 – Jokic’s first-half triple-double
5:00 – Jokic’s status as Denver’s franchise cornerstone
13:00 – Deer in the headlights
17:30 – Bouncing around the roster
20:00 – Bucks’ overrated defense
24:00 – Jan. 21
30:00 – Serbian-friendly crowd
32:00 – Playing the right way
Wind and Clark recap the Nuggets’ win over the Spurs, Nikola Jokic’s quiet triple-double, Jamal Murray’s gutsy performance and Will Barton’s resurgence. Also, what’s behind Wilson Chandler’s revival over Denver’s past three games?
3:00 – Tuesday’s top storylines
4:00 – Jokic’s quiet triple-double
6:15 – The Nuggets are good in the fourth quarter again
8:30 – Will Barton has found himself again
10:30 – Spurs gonna Spurs
17:00 – What’s behind Wilson Chandler’s resurgence
23:00 – Devin Harris’ best play of the night
30:00 – Malik Beasley gets Torrey Craig’s minutes
32:30 – Nuggets All-Star break plans
Wind and Clark discuss president of basketball operations Tim Connelly’s Monday press conference, comments made to the New York Post by Emmanuel Mudiay’s brother, Devin Harris, and the positives and negatives to the league’s two-way contracts. Then, the best beefs and feuds of the NBA season.
2:00 – Recapping Monday’s press conference
3:30 – The Nuggets are pretty high on Jamal Murray
7:30 – Frustrations around two-way contracts
11:00 – Emmanuel Mudiay’s brother speaks to the New York Post
16:00 -Best NBA beefs from the season
17:00 – Joel Embiid vs…..
22:00 – Wall vs. Barea
26:00 – Pierce vs. Draymond
28:30 – Warriors vs. Shaq
29:00 – Cavs vs. Cavs
34:00 – Markelle Fultz vs. His jump shot
1:50 – Trade deadline recap
5:30 – Nuggets vs. Rockets
9:00 – West playoff picture
13:00 – Paul Millsap’s impact upon return
17:00 – O.K. Corral shootout
20:00 – Grading the Devin Harris trade
25:00 – Did Denver sell low on Mudiay?
29:00 – How much will Harris play?
31:00 – Why Harris wanted to come to Denver
35:00 – Will Barton’s third quarter lifts Nuggets past Suns
39:00 – Podcast beef
43:00 – Nuggets feeding Jokic from the get-go
46:00 – What’s behind Wilson Chandler’s big night?
48:00 – Will Chandler stick in the starting lineup when Millsap returns?
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.
Wind and Clark talk trade deadline with Thursday rapidly approaching. How would Tyreke Evans fit in Denver and what would it cost to get him?
2:00 - What arena of need Denver has to address
6:30 - Will last year's deadline outcome influence this year's approach
12:30 - How would Tyreke Evans fit in Denver?
19:00 - The need for a third team
21:00 - Should the Nuggets surrender their first round pick?
26:00 - Other point guard options
32:00 - Buyout market and the need for another roster spot
Wind and Clark recap the Nuggets win over the Hornets and why Denver’s offense has taken off over the past few weeks.
2:30 – 2016-17 flashbacks
5:30 – Jan. 21
8:45 – Jokic ball
13:30 – Murray battles through thigh bruise
16:30 – Michael Malone’s give and take
23:00 – How will the offense look with Millsap?
28:30 – Not playing down to competition
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.
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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