Tough way for the season to end. Another first-round exit from the playoffs and just a crazy game.
The Nuggets got a season saving 107-100 victory tonight against the Warriors and Mark Jackson is not happy about it.
Although the Nuggets closed to within 35-36 with just a few minutes to play in the second quarter, the Warriors used extended runs in the second and third quarters to secure a third straight victory over the Nuggets. The Nuggets simply laid down.
What was working in the first half was not followed in the second, as the Nuggets lose a heartbreaking 110-108 match to the Golden State Warriors. They are now down 2-1
The Nuggets humiliate themselves in a home Game 2, allowing the short-handed Warriors to best them 131-117.
Andre Miller carried the Denver Nuggets to victory in dramatic fashion. Welcome to playoff basketball.
The Nuggets finished off their season with a 118-98 win over the Phoenix Suns and finished with a 57-25 record (38-3 at home).
A huge number of missed layups, free throws and normally made attempts nearly felled the Nuggets in Milwaukee. Yet in a promising sign heading into the playoffs, Ty Lawson hits a huge, clutch shot as the Nuggets secure their 56th victory.
Please forgive me for the horrible pun on the horrible Sammy Hagar song in the title. Nuggets win 118-109 and clinch the NBA franchise best 55th win. Unfortunately they lost the Manimal in the process.
With a weird, sloppy, entertaining victory of the San Antonio Spurs, the Nuggets tied their franchise best win record with 54, with 4 games left.
Playing without their starting point guard, the Nuggets not only won in Utah but did so handily thanks to an unlikely international duo.
Although they lead by as many as 14, the Nuggets were unable to overcome an Bose-Einstein condensate of a first half by Danilo Gallinari, Ty Lawson and Andre Iguodala. Nuggets lose, 100-99.
Big game down in New Orleans tonight at 6:00 p.m. Mountain. Will you be watching the Nuggets chase a little history?
The Nuggets have tied their all-time win streak at 15 games. The record was originally met during the 1969-70 Denver Rockets season - the Nuggets have matched it with a 101-95 win over the Kings.
Somehow, someway ... the Nuggets defeated the Sixers 101-100 despite being down 98-90 with just 1:52 left in the game.
It took a gathering of 150-plus Stiffs to both deliver the Nuggets franchise record 13th straight and, more importantly, reverse the Nate Timmons' Birthday Curse. What a night!
After seeing much praise around Denver with his improved play and gaining national recognition for his efforts, Wilson Chandler delivered in a big way for a Nuggets team who struggled for much of the night. He tied a career high with 35 huge points.
The Nuggets entered the game on a 10 game win streak; move that up to 11 wins in a row after a 87-80 slugfest with the Grizzlies.
The Nuggets evened the season series against the Suns 1-1 and Denver has now defeated every Western Conference team at least once.