Wind and Clark recap the Nuggets’ win over the 76ers, throw out some theories as to why Denver hasn’t been able to recapture its defensive prowess from earlier this season, if Jamal Murray’s ankle injury should be a cause for concern and revisit their trade deadline discussion from last week.
Win or lose, historic triple-double or single-digit scoring night, Nikola Jokic's biggest fans always line the hallway just outside of the Nuggets' family room after the game's final buzzer waiting patiently for their larger than life superhero.
Wind and Clark recap the Denver Nuggets 123-104 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers. Notes on Nikola Jokic vs. Joel Embiid, Embiid’s defensive presence, what the heck happened in the third quarter, Denver’s struggles from the free-throw line and the bench’s shortcoming. Also, what are the biggest issues that Denver’s defense is facing and a look at the updated playoff picture after Monday night’s action.
2:30 – What happened in the third quarter
4:00 – Denver’s struggles from the line
6:00 – Nuggets’ bench really struggles
9:00 – Nikola Jokic’s night (offense/defense)
11:00 – Embiid’s impact
14:00 – Will Barton’s strong first half
16:00 – Fultz returns
21:00 – Denver’s defense again falters
25:00 – Updated playoff picture
29:00 – Will the Nuggets return to a seven or eight man rotation?
On Dec. 30, the Denver Nuggets fell at home to the Joel Embiid-less Philadelphia 76ers 107-102. It was an uncharacteristic offensive night for the Nuggets, who shot just 40.2 percent from the field and 7-32 (21.9 percent) from three. It was also an off night for Denver’s star center Nikola Jokic, who shot an inefficient 5-14 from the field on the way…...
The guys talk NBA finals, touch on the best case scenario in the draft for the Nuggets at No. 7 and welcome in BSN writer Dan Fatigato to discuss what playing for the Select Team means for Emmanuel Mudiay and Gary Harris.
If they keep all three first-round picks, the Nuggets could opt to draft-and-stash one or two of them.
Harrison Wind and Adam Kinney discuss the lottery, what to do with three first round picks, options if the Nuggets stayed at No. 7 and the one watchable series in the playoffs.
The BSN writers discuss the fallout from the lottery and how this draft looks from a Nuggets perspective.
Harrison Wind's Big Board 1.0 has Brandon Ingram No. 1, followed by Ben Simmons, Kris Dunn, Dragan Bender and Jamal Murray.
Harrison Wind and Nate Timmons are back talking Denver Nuggets as the season is winding down. The guys talk Kobe's last game, Emmanuel Mudiay, 4th QTR lineups and draft prospects.
(If you’ve been reading BSNDenver.com with any frequency as of late, you’re likely aware of how important the New York Knicks success (or lack thereof) is to the Denver Nuggets this season. I’ve tried to mention this several times in various articles but in fact this topic is of such importance that it deserves an entire post unto itself.…...