To help you hear what we hear, BSN Denver is uploading uncut audio after Nuggets games this season. Here’s what was said by Michael Malone, Nikola Jokic, Will Barton, Isaiah Thomas, Jamal Murray, and Monte Morris following the Nuggets’ 111-104 loss to the Utah Jazz. Michael Malone Nikola Jokic Will Barton Isaiah Thomas Jamal Murray Monte Morris...
Harrison Wind and Allie Monroy discuss the Denver Nuggets latest win over the Oklahoma City Thunder, takeaways from the team’s performance, what is still to come and more! https://youtu.be/30Qlk5KBJGI
Wind and Clark share their thoughts on Nikola Jokic’s one-game suspension and the double standard that’s still in place when the league is dealing with these types of incidents and answer questions from the Fan Hotline.
Wind and Clark recap the Nuggets’ loss to the Jazz, Mason Plumlee and Derrick Favors’ first-quarter ejection, if there are suspensions coming for Nikola Jokic or any other Denver players and go over their overall takeaways from the defeat.
The NBA has found three of their contestants for next month's three-point contest at All-Star weekend: Donovan Mitchell, Joe Ingles and Kyle Korver.
NBA crowds are nothing, Nikola Jokic says, compared to the fans he played in front of in the smaller but more intimate arenas back home in Serbia.
Wind and Clark go over some early-season trends and argue whether or not they’re fact or fiction. Are the Nuggets a bad three-point shooting team? Is Denver an elite defense? That and more on the latest BSN Nuggets Podcast. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes link | Stitcher Link | Pocket Casts Link
Maybe it was a Kentucky/Louisville thing with Jamal Murray (Kentucky) going up against Jazz point guard Donovan Mitchell (Louisville) who played one year for the Cardinals, maybe it wasn't, but Murray came out with that look in his eye tonight. He was consistent scoring the ball all game. Murray tallied eight points in the first quarter, eight in the second, seven in the third and three more in the fourth once the game was already in hand for a total of 26 points on the night. The highlight of his night was when Murray skyed for an offensive rebound, dribbled the ball out to the three-point line and drilled a three in the second quarter.