If the Nuggets are going to run with the big animals in the Western Conference, they need to get bigger, badder and older.
With the NBA draft rapidly approaching the Denver Nuggets should have their eyes on OG Anunoby, the prospect with arguably the most potential in the draft.
On Tuesday night, Jimmy Butler reportedly told Cleveland he didn’t want to go there. It's one of several NBA storylines that should interest the Nuggets.
For a team like the Denver Nuggets who have plenty of money to spend, a change in culture could be the tipping point in bringing in a big-name free agent.
The 19-year-old Gonzaga product has continued to rise up draft boards this offseason despite not starting a single game in his collegiate career
Let Chauncey Billups learn on someone else's dime before he comes back to Denver in a front-office role.
"We can't take the next step until we get a better effort defensively," Connelly told Mile High Sports. "So we have find guys that can play on both ends."
PJ Dozier was one of six players (including five guards) who displayed their skills in front of Nuggets personnel at Pepsi Center on Monday.
The 22-year-old is one of the few upperclassman projected to be drafted in the first round and has improved in each of his three seasons at North Carolina.
Now sitting at pick No. 13, the Nuggets can fill a glaring need by moving up and for the third consecutive year selecting at the No. 7 pick.