Fresh of a trade that puts the future of the franchise clearly in Nikola Jokic's hands, the Nuggets host the Warriors for a likely playoff preview.
Denver is trading center Jusuf Nurkic and the Grizzlies 2017 first-round pick to the Portland for big man Mason Plumlee and a second-round pick.
Now, the Nuggets are in a similar situation as the 76ers. They too have a big man who is looking for a change of scenery.
Denver played it's third road game in four days, a 125-109 loss to the defending world champion Cleveland Cavaliers.
If you have watched a Denver Nuggets game lately, odds are you've probably asked, who is that tall, lanky and goofy looking guy?
All eyes have been on the Knicks over the past few weeks, but it was Denver's Nikola Jokic who had the eye-popping performance on Friday night.
One aspect of Jokic’s story that many don’t know is that his two older brothers live with him in Denver in order to keep him on the straight-and-narrow.
Denver Nuggets guard Emmanuel Mudiay has missed the team's last two games and seems like the sophomore guard can expect to miss a few more.
Faried left Wednesday's loss during the second quarter with an ankle injury. The X-Rays that were taken afterwards came back negative.
Don't look now, but the Avalanche could possibly win three games in a row. Seems like a simple task, but it's something they haven't done in a long, long time