Few teams toggle between elation and dejection like the Denver Nuggets. The highs — like the one they’re riding now after rattling off four straight wins — are so high Boban Marjanovic would have a difficult time reaching them. The lows — such as the ones they experienced after dropping back-to-back games late last month to the 76ers and Raptors — are low enough to prompt soul searching.

Sometimes Denver will experience both emotions in one game. That was the case Feb. 27 against the Los Angeles Clippers. The Nuggets were in complete control for nearly three quarters. They had a 19-point lead with roughly 16 minutes left to play. Clippers coach Doc Rivers effectively waived the white flag by inserting his bench unit into the game. Then something unexpected happened: the 7-foot-3 Marjanovic led one of the unlikeliest comebacks of the season.

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Christian Clark

Christian Clark is an Arlington, Texas, native who covers the Denver Nuggets for BSN Denver. Education: I graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism in December 2014 with an emphasis in print and digital news. Career: My work has been featured in the Fort Worth-Star Telegram, The Oklahoman and Columbia Missourian, and online at TexasFootball.com and Denverite.com. I came aboard at BSN Denver in November 2017. Most memorable sports moment: Game 2 of the 2011 NBA Finals. The finest sports book I’ve ever read: Friday Night Lights by Buzz Bissinger. One sports movie I can’t live without: Tin Cup, do not @ me Most memorable experience as a reporter: The quadruple-OT game between the Nuggets and Trail Blazers. The sport that started it all: Basketball. My sports-watching memories kick in with those early-2000s Dallas Mavericks teams. They had bad hair and scored a lot of points. Shout-out to Nellie Ball.