George Karl doesn't currently coach in the NBA, but still watches from afar. Like many Nuggets fans, he was surprised they didn't make a major move.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski, they will acquire center Roy Hibbert from the Milwaukee Bucks in exchange for a heavily-protected second-round draft pick.
For years, the Nuggets have been on the hunt to land a superstar. Leading up the NBA Trade Deadline, they were apparently at it again; again, falling short.
Danilo Gallinari and Wilson Chandler are the two main Nuggets names floating around NBA trade rumors. Does it matter if they stay or go?
A source told Mile High Sports that Denver is more inclined to move parts from the Carmelo Anthony trade than their 2011 first-round draft pick.
With the playoffs within reach, Denver is opting to move forward with Jameer Nelson as the team starting point guard, leaving Emmanuel Mudiay on the bench.
The NBA's trade deadline is rapidly approaching, and with that, the Denver Nuggets will have some decisions to make about the state of the franchise.
Jamal Murray is the third Nugget ever to take home the award, joining the likes of Kenneth Faried (2013) and Carmelo Anthony (2005).
Faried took to Instagram on Wednesday, with the message being the Nuggets have to make sacrifices to reach their goals, or did he have an ulterior meaning?
With the trade deadline looming, Denver Nuggets small forward Wilson Chandler may find himself in a new city in the next few days.
“26 games to go, man," Malone said. "13 home, 13 road, and every practice matters, every game matters. We are looking forward to that challenge.”
Is Jamal Murray the only player the team can trade to get a superstar in return? Nate Lundy and Shawn Drotar of 5280 Sports Network explore.
Hopefully, Malik Beasley gets frequent flyer miles, because he has been up and down from the NBA Development League a lot this season.