George Karl's cancer treatments are set to end on Friday. That's the good news. The rest of the news surrounding our Nuggets isn't as good, including Marc Spears' report that Kenyon Martin likely isn't coming back for the playoffs and Chris Dempsey reports that Mark Warkentien could possibly be wooed by Portland for next season.
Martin unsure whether he'll return this season - NBA - Yahoo! Sports
With less than three weeks before the playoffs, Kenyon Martin isn't sure his left knee will let him play, reports Marc Spears.
Paige: Truth is, Nuggets in trouble - The Denver Post
The Denver Post's Woody Paige calls out Adrian Dantley for being too cozy with the players to be an effective head coach.
Hollinger: Western Conference playoff teams facing changes - ESPN
John Hollinger notes that Nuggets are no longer the Lakers primary threat in the Western Conference.
NBA AM: Denver Is In Trouble - Basketball News & NBA Rumors
The Denver Nuggets have dropped five of their last six games and are now in fifth place in the West, can they regroup before the post-season?
MyLifeLine.org - George Karl
Karl and his family continue to chronicle their experiences and if things go as planned, the radiation treatments will be over on Friday.
Dempsey: Warkentien rumors worrisome - The Denver Post
About a week or so ago, reports surfaced that Portland is interested in Mark Warkentien, the Nuggets vice president of basketball operations, becoming its next general manager.