The Nuggets were run out of their own building Friday night by the Spurs, and after the game Brian Shaw took the bullet for his team’s performance.
The Spurs jumped all over the Nuggets for the second straight game, winning 133-102 and handing Denver their worst home loss since 2009.
Denver was mathematically eliminated from the playoffs Wednesday, but they look to still end the season on a high note with intense play.
After getting down early, the Nuggets battled back behind by Aaron Brooks and Kenneth Faried, but ultimately fell 108-103 to the Spurs.
Keith Van Horn never played NBA ball in Colorado, but ended up putting down his roots here after. His latest endeavor involves youth basketball.
Health continues to be an issue for the Denver Nuggets as they were forced to put another player away for the rest of the season. Let’s talk!
Denver forward J.J. Hickson is the latest Nugget to go under the knife Tuesday, to repair the torn ACL he suffered earlier this month.
Playing on the second night of a back-to-back with only nine available players was too much for the Nuggets, who lost to Oklahoma City 117-96 Monday.
Sunday night was a lesson in resiliency for the Nuggets, who saw another forward go down but still held on for the win against Washington.
The shorthanded Nuggets got off to a slow start but came back to get the 105-102 win over the Wizards behind Kenneth Faried’s 20 points.