The Denver Nuggets displayed plenty of toughness in bouncing back from a bad loss and squeaking out a 123-116 win over the Golden State Warriors Wednesday.
J.J. Hickson snatched down a career high in rebounds and Denver had four players score 20-plus points to notch an impressive win over Golden State 123-116.
The Denver Nuggets play this season has been a series of peaks and valleys. A 118-103 loss to Utah coming off a five-game win streak was another low point.
The Utah Jazz, led by former CU Buff Alec Burks career-high 34 points, easily dispatched Denver Monday despite another strong performance by Ty Lawson.
The Denver Nuggets have been sharing the basketball and finding their rhythm on the court, which has lead to lights-out from three during their winning streak.
Denver shot over 50 percent from the field and had seven players score in the double-digits as the Nuggets ran away from the Magic Saturday night for a 120-94 victory.
Denver Nuggets point guard Ty Lawson is doing anything he can to get as many all-star votes as he can before the Jan. 20 deadline.
Ty Lawson had a double-double and Randy Foye continued his hot shooting as Denver overcame Kevin Durant’s 30 points to win 101-88 and creep over .500.
The Denver Nuggets will be without forward Wilson Chandler for tonight’s game against Oklahoma City as he will be unable to play due to a left hip sprain.
Brian Shaw came to the Nuggets hoping to play better half-court basketball, but his team is finding the most success when it gets out and runs.