The Denver Nuggets finished 33-49 this season. Veteran point guard Jameer Nelson wasn’t a big part of the team this season, and his best days are behind him. Here’s the Denver Post blog with insight on next season: Jameer Nelson is back in Philadelphia, spending time with his family and doing more than a little bit of thinking [...]
Following yet another middling campaign, t he Denver Nuggets are missing out on postseason festivities for a third straight year. Denver finished with a 33-49 record, right in the dreaded purgatory of the NBA—neither good enough to make...Show More Summary
Denver Nuggets General Manager and Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations Tim Connelly announced a number of title changes today.
Denver Nuggets General Manager and Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations Tim Connelly announced a number of title changes today. Jared Jeffries, who joined Denver’s front office during the summer of 2013 following an impressive 11-year NBA career, is now the team’s Director of Pro Personnel. The Indiana University alum’s previous title was Pro Personnel Scout. Tommy [...]
The Denver Nuggets have promoted Herb Livsey to Lead Scout, General Manager and Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations Tim Connelly announced today. “Herb is the definition of a basketball lifer. You’d be hard-pressed to find someone more dedicated and knowledgeable about the game of basketball,” said Connelly. “Herb is one of the most well respected [...]
Damian Lillard had 21 points before sitting in the final quarter and the Portland Trail Blazers, with their playoff fate sealed earlier Wednesday night, defeated the Denver Nuggets 107-99.
Kissing? Eh. Babies? Yes. The Denver Nuggets scored some extra points last week when they swapped out the typical “Kiss Cam” -- which pressures audience members to smooch on camera -- with a “Lion King Cam” instead. As an adorable 10-second...Show More Summary
Instead of a boring old 'Kiss Cam,' the Denver Nuggets switched things up at their April 8 game with a hilarious 'Lion King Cam.' Rather than encouraging people to kiss, the camera paid tribute to the beloved Disney movie, The Lion King. Show More Summary
The Kiss Cam is cool and all, but it’s beginning to become a little too predictable and overdone for my liking. I feel like it’s time for something new. Something fresh. And it looks like the Denver Nuggets may have just the thing. It’s the “Lion King Cam,” and it works like this: If the camera is […]
The San Antonio Spurs lost Friday's game to the Denver Nuggets by a score of 102-98, marking the first time since February 2015 that San Antonio has dropped consecutive regular-season games, per Sportsnet Stats. Previously, the Spurs...Show More Summary
Jusuf Nurkic scored a career-high 21 points, Gary Harris had two pivotal defensive plays in the waning seconds and the Denver Nuggets snapped a 10-game skid to San Antonio by beating the depleted Spurs 102-98 on Friday night.
This is the best.
San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich is resting every starter except Tim Duncan against the Denver Nuggets on Friday night.
Here’s the Denver Post blog reporting on a key young member of the Nuggets: The education of young Denver Nuggets point guard Emmanuel Mudiay will likely continue in Las Vegas this July as a member of the team’s summer league roster, head coach Michael Malone said. And if that’s the case, it’s fine by Mudiay. “I don’t have a preference,” [...]
At this point, it is almost more surprising when Russell Westbrook doesn't tally a triple-double. He did it again on Tuesday and led the Oklahoma City Thunder to a 124-102 victory over the Denver Nuggets at the Pepsi Center with 13 points,...Show More Summary
Russell Westbrook had 13 points, 14 rebounds and 12 assists to become the first player with 17 triple-doubles in a season in 27 years, and the Oklahoma City Thunder routed the Denver Nuggets 124-102 on Tuesday night.
Kevin Durant uses his quick hands to turn a steal into a slam for the OKC Thunder against the Denver Nuggets on Tuesday. Check KD’s move: The post WATCH: Kevin Durant Steals, Slams Versus Nuggets appeared first on SLAMonline.
Number three-ranked Oklahoma City Thunder will be looking to pick up their fourth victory over the tenth-seeded Denver Nuggets this season, as they play against each other next.
Rudy Gay had 25 points and nine rebounds, Seth Curry scored 17 points and the Sacramento Kings beat the Denver Nuggets 115-106 on Saturday night to sweep the three-game season series.
The Denver Nuggets are 32-45 this season and got 19.5 points, 5.3 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game from forward Danilo Gallinari, who will have played 53 games this season. As expected, he isn’t returning from injury until next season. Here’s the Denver Post blog reporting: Though he continues to make good progress on a badly injured right [...]