Wind and Clark debate a number of topics, including the easiest potential first-round opponent for Denver, who will have a better career out of Nuggets rookies Jarred Vanderbilt and Michael Porter Jr., will Denver’s starting lineup be able to recapture its 2017-18 and early-season efficiency post-All-Star break, and is there a max-level free agent next summer that’s a legitimate target for…
The two-time defending champs executed a regular season coup d’etat on their Western Conference challengers straight out of their championship playbook, disposing of Denver in an orderly and systematic fashion. Golden State carefully gassed the Nuggets up in the morning only to hand them their worst defeat since 2014 seven hours later.
Denver had its guns drawn, chambers loaded and index finger on the trigger standing eye to eye with the Warriors on the cusp of Tuesday's Wild West showdown looking to make a statement to Golden State and the rest of the conference. Instead, it was the Warriors giving the upstart Nuggets a big-time reality check.
After Kevin Durant called the Nuggets an “elite” team at Tuesday morning’s shootaround and Stephen Curry countered by saying the high-stakes matchups that pitted the top two teams in the West against one another was a “big game” for the two-time defending champs, you had the feeling that tonight’s tilt was one the Warriors wanted and one they wanted badly.…...
Wind and Clark discuss the Western Conference playoff contenders not named the Denver Nuggets and what will determine if each team reaches their respective ceilings and floors for next season. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes link | Stitcher Link | Pocket Casts Link
Wind and Clark discuss the biggest free agent on the market next summer and touch on Michael Porter Jr.’s role next season. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes link | Stitcher Link | Pocket Casts Link
The NBA is and always will be a star-driven league. It’s what makes nearly every night during the regular season must-see TV. James Harden might erupt for a 60-point triple-double on a random January evening. Nikola Jokic could record the fastest triple-double in league history on a quiet Thursday night in Milwaukee. Steve Kerr just might let his four All-Stars…...
Wind and Clark rank the top-20 players in the NBA and discuss where Nikola Jokic falls among a strong group of centers. Also, who has the potential to take the title of “best player in the league” from LeBron James?
3:30 – Ranking the top-20 players
15:00 – Ranking Nikola Jokic
26:30 – Ranking the centers
39:30 – Who takes the mantle from LeBron as “best player in the league”?
DENVER — He won’t get the credit or acknowledgment that he deserves nationally. He’ll rarely show up on SportsCenter’s Top 10 highlight reel at the end of the night because of where he plays. But Denver Nuggets star center Nikola Jokic is one of the league’s premier offensive talents and players. He’s playing the best basketball of his career, and…...
DENVER — Four straight games against top-tier opponents, four straight outcomes decided in the final few minutes. The most recent stretch of Denver Nuggets basketball has been exciting, heart-pounding and dramatic. Tonight’s matchup was more of the same....
DENVER — The Golden State Warriors turned the ball over 25 times Friday night but still beat the Sacramento Kings 119-104 thanks to a 35-point fourth-quarter. Afterward, Warriors coach Steve Kerr told reporters that his team is mentally and emotionally fatigued. “… It’s painful obviously that our guys are mentally fried right now,” Kerr said. “So it’s a good job to…...
Against the Warriors, Jokic got off to a blazing start—a total reversal from his two previous games. After he scored just two points in the first quarter against Utah and was held scoreless 24 hours later in Sacramento, Jokic led Denver with nine first-quarter points tonight.
The Denver Nuggets are in Oracle arena tonight for a matchup with the Golden State Warriors. Unlike most teams throughout the league, Denver has actually had a fair deal of success against the reigning champs. The Nuggets are 2-3 in their past five games against the Warriors with their last meeting coming in a 96-81 win at Oracle on Dec. 23.
Since the Bayou beatdown, the Nuggets are fielding the third-best defense in the league. That's right. Over their past nine games, only the Toronto Raptors and Golden State Warriors are playing defense better than Denver.
Recapping the Nuggets' stunning win over the Warriors and what the emotions were like inside Pepsi Center both pregame and postgame.
Recapping the Nuggets unlikely win over the Golden State Warriors, as Denver held off a Warriors comeback after leading by 25 at half.
Previewing the Nuggets' matchup Monday night with Golden State Warriors as Denver looks to rack up a couple more wins before the All-Star break