The next 10 games are season-defining. Anything under .500 basketball could have them losing their playoff spot, perhaps for good.
Though they were looking to make a big splash, what the Nuggets were able to do was acquire center Roy Hibbert from the Milwaukee Bucks.
Nate Lundy of 5280 Sports Network tells you why not making moves just to make moves may be better for the franchise in the long run.
The Nuggets' already slim hold on the No. 8 seed in the Western Conference narrowed even more on Thursday night with a road loss to the Sacramento Kings.
The Nuggets did not make any major moves prior to the NBA trade deadline. Now, all the pressure in the world will land on GM Tim Connelly this summer.
George Karl doesn't currently coach in the NBA, but still watches from afar. Like many Nuggets fans, he was surprised they didn't make a major move.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski, they will acquire center Roy Hibbert from the Milwaukee Bucks in exchange for a heavily-protected second-round draft pick.
For years, the Nuggets have been on the hunt to land a superstar. Leading up the NBA Trade Deadline, they were apparently at it again; again, falling short.
Danilo Gallinari and Wilson Chandler are the two main Nuggets names floating around NBA trade rumors. Does it matter if they stay or go?
A source told Mile High Sports that Denver is more inclined to move parts from the Carmelo Anthony trade than their 2011 first-round draft pick.