Wind welcomes on Jena Garcia of Mile High Sports to break down the Nuggets’ loss to the Warriors, Denver’s continued struggles from beyond the arc and what seed the Nuggets would wind up with come playoff time. Also, why Denver seemingly lost its mojo against Golden State and how the Nuggets’ bench unit struggled Tuesday night. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!…
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 |…
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.
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”?
Murray and two-time Most Valuable Player Stephen Curry spoke for a good 30 seconds after Denver’s 124-114 loss and exchanged a few laughs before both point guards parted ways and walked to their respected locker rooms.
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.
After the Nuggets tied the score at 69-all on a Mason Plumlee layup midway through the third, the Warriors went on a 24-12 run to close the quarter and carried a double-digit lead throughout most of the fourth. But Golden State sealed the win with an 8-2 run midway through the fourth quarter that expanded the Warriors' lead to 18 and ignited a capacity crowd at Oracle Arena as Denver gradually started to turn their attention towards Wednesday night's opponent, the Atlanta Hawks. Golden State won going away 124-114.
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.
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When the Golden State Warriors came into Pepsi Center and trounced the Nuggets for their record-tying 15th straight win to start the season, Denver Nuggets rookie Emmanuel Mudiay took the opportunity against reigning MVP Stephen Curry as just another lesson in the trials and tribulations of rookie season. Mudiay’s learned many lessons already this season, but none may have been more…...