The Denver Nuggets managed to knock off the defending champion Cleveland Cavaliers in dominant fashion Wednesday night in front of a packed Pepsi Center crowd.
The Nuggets have the eighth seed in the west, which is exactly where Nate Lundy and Shawn Drotar of 5280 Sports Network want them to be.
“Everybody contributed” said coach Mike Malone after the Nuggets defeated the Cavaliers on Wednesday. Denver had seven players in double figures.
Spurred by a 73-point first half, Denver cruised to a 126-113 victory over LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
In Wednesday night's showdown against the defending champion Cavaliers, Jokic showed the game's best player what all the hype surrounding him is about.
Back in the 1980s, the Nuggets had one player that was the undisputed face of the franchise. That man was Alex English. He joined Sean Walsh on Wednesday.
Dick Vitale joined Eric Goodman and Les Shapiro of Mile High Sports Radio to talk about former Denver Nuggets head coach George Karl.
The talking point in the NBA at the moment is whether or not stars should be resting by sitting out games. Nate and Shawn discuss.
Each contest is essentially a playoff game, as Denver needs every single win that they can get. Here’s three ways the Nuggets can beat the Cavaliers.
Denver’s execution down the stretch in Houston was brutal. But to see the fan base so fired up after a regular-season loss was an incredible feeling.