By Mike Martinez 303 Magazine She wanted them prepared. If George Karl’s boys were going to bring the playoffs back to the Pepsi Center, her girls were going to give a damn good show. By now the wound from the Nuggets early postseason exit has scabbed over, but when Denver Nuggets dance manager Amy Jo [...]
It was the same old story for the Denver Nuggets. They post a winning record and earn a berth to the playoffs, but take an early exit and begin their offseason plans shortly after. There was good reason to believe the 2013 NBA playoffs would be different. Show More Summary
Masai Ujiri is confused. The Denver Nuggets' general manager turned NBA Executive of the Year is a smart man, yet he was genuinely befuddled by Andre Iguodala's All-Defensive snub (via Benjamin Hochman of the Denver Post): It’s mind-boggling to me. Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors were supposed to just be happy to be there. The franchise had only two playoff berths in the last 19 years looked to have a promising future, but weren’t expected to advance past the Denver Nuggets in the first round. Suddenly the Golden State Warriors look like they could contend for [...]Show More Summary
Denver Nuggets fans may not be happy about another first-round exit from George Karl, but the veteran coach undoubtedly deserved to win 2013 NBA Coach of the Year. After a decent 34-22 start to the season, the Nuggets finished the year 23-3 to give Denver a franchise-record 57 wins. Show More Summary
Despite a tremendous finish to the 2012-13 regular season and a franchise record of 57 wins, once again the Denver Nuggets were eliminated in the first round of the playoffs. With the offseason on the horizon, it's time to look at how the Nuggets can improve their roster for 2013-14. Show More Summary
George Karl, the head coach of the Denver Nuggets, was crowned as the NBA’s Coach of the Year on Wednesday. Although Karl is a tremendous coach and made history this season by leading Denver to a franchise-best 57 wins, there was a more deserving candidate for the award: Mike Woodson of the New York Knicks. Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors could be headed to the NBA Finals. OK, not get to get too far ahead, but why can't it happen? After "upsetting" the Denver Nuggets, the Warriors, now facing the San Antonio Spurs, have stolen home-court court advantage in the Western Conference semifinals. Show More Summary
After a historic and record-setting regular season for the Denver Nuggets, it was another early exit in the playoffs for George Karl's team. The Nuggets set multiple franchise records this season, including 57 victories and 38 home wins. Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors came into the playoffs as the clear underdogs. They were never expected to win against the third-seeded Denver Nuggets in the first round before the playoffs even started. After David Lee went down with a torn hip flexor, the odds of the Warriors getting out of the first-round took an even bigger blow. Show More Summary
The NBA Executive of the Year award doesn’t excite fans like the MVP or Rookie of the Year or other such honors, but it’s still an official award, and it counts. And the people voting are other NBA executives, and most of them know what they’re talking about. So, respect it. Anyway, with George Karl recently [...]
Denver Nuggets Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations Masai Ujiri is the recipient of the 2012-13 NBA Basketball Executive of the Year award, the NBA announced today.
After knocking out the Denver Nuggets in six games, the Golden State Warriors have split the first two against the San Antonio Spurs in Round 2. While the Nuggets and Spurs are vastly different teams, the first two games against San Antonio have been surprisingly similar to the first two against Denver. Show More Summary
Selfless and starless. These were the staples of the exhilarating Denver Nuggets' NBA franchise-record 57-win regular season.
The Denver Nuggets may have been eliminated from the NBA playoffs, but their team personnel continue to rack up accolades from an excellent 2012-13 season. On the same day that George Karl was named NBA Coach of the Year, the DenverShow More Summary
Congratulations to George Karl on being named the 2012-13 NBA Coach of the Year (per NBA.com). Karl took home the Red Auerbach Trophy in this, his 25th season as a head coach, after leading the Denver Nuggets to an NBA-franchise-best record of 57-25 and the No. Show More Summary
George Karl, the Denver Nuggets head coach for the past nine seasons, has been named the NBA’s 2013 Coach of the Year. Karl led the Nuggets to a team-record 57 wins this season, which earned him the top coaching award for the first time in his 25-year career. The 61-year-old received 62 first-place votes, well [...]Show More Summary
The Denver Nuggets were one of the surprise stories of the NBA season. Although they are devoid of you would classify as a superstar, they have a bunch of guys that gel on the court and really play well together. In fact, they only lost 3 games at home all season long and earned a [...]
Denver Nuggets head coach George Karl has been named the 2013 NBA Coach of the Year after leading the Nuggets to 57 wins and the No. 3 seed in the Western Conference. : Check out more Denver Nuggets coverage at Denver Stiffs The Nuggets finished with the fourth-best record in the NBA this season despite having the league's third-youngest roster. Show More Summary
In advance of Mother's Day, ESPN has posted a beautiful piece on Denver Nuggets star Kenneth "Manimal" Faried and his two moms. You may remember Faried from this video I posted which they recorded in support of civil unions for...