News from around the NBA including Dwight Howard, Zach Randolph, and the Nuggets' offensive system.
Ultimately, the Nuggets didn't have a bad showing on offense on Wednesday night, yet the Warriors employed one simple strategy to disrupt the Nuggets rhythm on both sides of the floor: the zone.
Weathering the loss of Danilo Gallinari and a lingering injury to Ty Lawson, the Nuggets have won 5 straight. They hold a two game lead over the Clippers and a full game lead over Memphis (effectively a 1 1/2 game lead with the tiebreaker).
Can the Nuggets still tap into their seemingly boundless energy with injuries to both Ty Lawson and Danilo Gallinari?
According to our friends Chris Tomasson, Ty Lawson believes that the Nuggets could beat the Heat if they met in the finals. Is Lawson right?
The Nuggets will play 6 games at home and 3 on the road as they wrap up the remainder of the regular season. Even though the Nuggets have now dropped a couple of consecutive games, they're still in a great spot to secure home court advantage.
The hot Nuggets are on a 6 game winning streak and have closed within just 1 1/2 games of the Grizzlies for the 4th seed. They are just 3 games behind the Clippers for the third seed and have 19 games to play.
With all the hubub of the Nuggets trying to catch the Memphis Grizzlies for the fourth spot in the Western Conference playoffs, should we be asking if the Nuggets can catch the Clippers?
The internet video era is getting more widespread. If you haven't been watching the Harlem Shake videos on the web, well now is your chance to see the Nuggets join the craze.
The Denver Nuggets are on pace for 50-plus wins and a potentially exciting playoff run. But you wouldn't know it if you only followed the sports media in Denver.
While the Nuggets and Memphis Grizzlies are on streaks, the formerly hot Golden State Warriors continue to fall further down the Western conference standings.
The Lakers come to town on a hot streak. Time for the Nuggets to show them that they aren't as good as they think
The Nuggets own Kenneth Faried wins the NBA Rising Stars challenge on Friday night. Now on to the Dunk Contest.
Although the only Nugget who will be featured during the All-Star break is Kenneth Faried in the dunk contest, it's not all a bad thing as the team definitely needs some additional rest.
We are going to take a look around at what NBA folks are discussing, but first we'll talk about this Nuggets team and what homecourt will mean come playoff time. And we'll do this by looking back at George Karl's previous eight trips to the playoffs.
The Nuggets back up point guard's poor late-game decision making could adversely affect the entire team.
While the Nuggets were making a valiant and successful comeback versus the Milwaukee Bucks, the Golden State Warriors were losing, the Memphis Grizzlies were losing, and Pau Gasol was getting injured.