Are you kidding me? 20 below?
Time to warm yourselves up with some random Golden Nuggets.
First off, Ty Lawson was snubbed for the Rookies vs. Sophomore's game. Too bad for Ty, but I feel as if he's got bigger things on his plate. At lease one hopes he does. Ty has played great at times, and at other times he disappears without a trace. I really wish consistency will bless Ty in the next couple years of development. Like fellow Denver Stiffs writer Nate Timmons, I hope that Lawson's size and speed don't become an issue as the years roll on. Right now, I have faith.
This is the coldest I've ever experienced in Colorado. Seriously. It's like the apocalypse in ice fashion out there. Everyone try to stay safe. Stay inside if you can.
On to the Links!
Nuggets encouraged after trip, but still a work in progress - Chris Dempsey, Denver Post
The Post's Chris Dempsey talks about how the Nuggets are encouraged by their recent road trip but understand there is a very long way to go.
Krieger: Nuggets' Carmelo Anthony speaks his mind - Dave Krieger, Denver Post
Dave Krieger talks about what if? What if Carmelo Anthony is right in his view that the Nuggets don't actually provide him with the best situation to win right now. Or is Melo just a guy who wants to be out east?
Carmelo Anthony deal could follow Warkentien to the Knicks - Chris Dempsey, Denver Post
Chris Dempsey writes that Mark Warkentien's presence with the Knicks could go a long way to keeping the Nuggets attention as they approach the trade deadline.
Kennedy: Zach Randolph Likely On the Move? - Alex Kennedy, Hoopsworld
Z-bo on the move? Say it aint so! Also, Alex Kennedy talks about Dwight Howard and Stan Van Gundy insisting the Orlando Magic are not a contending team
Winning at home becoming a staple for the Clippers - Frank Burlison, LA Daily News
Interesting article on the Clippers nine game winning streak. Also a little tidbit about a potential Chris Kaman trade.
Lakers' Jackson says that 'door is open' for possible trades - LA Times
In the "oh dear god no...don't let them trade" portion of our program, the Los Angeles Lakers are making noises about a potential trade. Yikes.
Mavs' Nowitzki considers Europe - Marc Stein, ESPN.com
In the NBA owner's worst nightmare scenario, a growing number of NBA players are strongly considering playing in Europe if there is a lockout. Included in the list are Andrei Kirilenko and Brandon Jennings. Gray area legally speaking, but it's fascinating that NBA players would have NEVER considered doing this prior to a couple years ago.
Pale kid raps fast
This is remarkable only because that kid looks like the epitome of the dorkiest person on earth. Such as myself. Way to go, yo.
Have a great and WARM morning everyone.