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Wind and Clark break down the Nuggets’ loss to the Rockets, what worked for Denver in the first quarter and how the Nuggets guarded James Harden throughout Thursday evening. Can Denver take anything away from how they held the MVP candidate in check over the first 12 minutes? Also, what’s behind the Nuggets’ uncharacteristic offensive performances over their last three…

Wind and Clark welcome The Action Network’s Matt Moore onto the show to quickly recap the Nuggets’ win over the Pistons and then discuss why Matt has Michael Malone as his Coach of the Year, how Denver went about its rebuild the right way, what Nikola Jokic and the Nuggets will look like in the postseason and other looming questions…

Wind recaps the Nuggets’ loss to the Pacers and grades Denver’s four-game road trip where it went 3-1. Also, does Malik Beasley’s emergence this season mean the Nuggets would think about moving on from Gary Harris, and would a loss in the first round of the playoffs signal that Denver’s season was as a disappointment? DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes…

Wind and Clark recap the Nuggets’ win over the Wizards, if Denver’s bench is officially back, Torrey Craig’s run of good play, why the Nuggets’ turnovers are down this season and the message Michael Malone sent by not calling a timeout in the middle of Washington’s big third-quarter run. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes link | Stitcher Link | Pocket…

Wind and Clark discuss a number of topics that they’ll be watching over the Nuggets’ final 13 games. Will Nikola Jokic or Joel Embiid capture the center spot on the All-NBA first team? Will Michael Malone rest his guys down the stretch or keep his rotation at nine? Also, who is the easiest potential first-round playoff opponent for Denver? DON’T…

Wind and Clark discuss the Nuggets’ win over the Celtics as Denver clinches its first playoff berth since 2013. Thoughts on Nikola Jokic’s dominating performance, Michael Malone’s banner season, and Isaiah Thomas’ return to Boston. Also, how this Nuggets team will be remembered. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes link | Stitcher Link | Pocket Casts Link | Spotify Link

Wind and Clark recap the Nuggets’ win over the Pacers, give their thoughts on the three-game homestand, share why Paul Millsap has earned his $30 million paycheck this season, and discuss Jamal Murray’s season, if he exceeded or failed to reach expectations. Also, a few thoughts on Nikola Jokic’s ejection from Saturday, if Michael Malone should play Isaiah Thomas in Boston…

Wind runs through the three storylines that he’s watching for during the upcoming three-game homestand. If they fall in the Nuggets’ favor, Denver has a great shot at winning two of its next three games or even sweeping the upcoming all three upcoming matchups at Pepsi Center. Also, audio from Paul Millsap and Michael Malone after Monday’s practice. DON’T FORGET TO…

Wind and Clark recap the Nuggets’ loss to the Warriors, Denver’s starters’ poor performance, why the second unit excelled and if how that group played together in Golden State is replicable going forward. Also, how crucial is the upcoming three-game homestand? DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes link | Stitcher Link | Pocket Casts Link | Spotify Link

Wind and Clark preview Denver’s Friday night matchup against Golden State and look at some of the similarities between how both the Nuggets and Warriors have been built and their similar paths up the Western Conference standings. Also, listener questions on the most important players in the playoffs and more. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes link | Stitcher Link |…

Wind and Clark recap the Nuggets’ loss to the Pelicans, Denver’s starting five finally getting on the floor together to start a game again and discuss the impact that lineup will have down the stretch and the potential of that group. Also, do the Nuggets need to make significant changes to their second unit after it struggles again versus the Pelicans? Plus, listener questions.

Wind and Clark recap the Nuggets’ loss to the Jazz, Michael Malone’s postgame comments about a potential lineup change within Denver’s second unit, Isaiah Thomas’ struggles against Utah, where the Nuggets fell short on the defensive end of the floor and other observations from Denver’s first home defeat in quite a while. Also, are the Jazz red-rock inspired uniforms good…