The Miracle 1994 Denver Nuggets playoff run culminated in a magical moment in the Western Conference Semifinals game 6 against the Utah Jazz.
Without further ado, here is the first quarantined version of the Denver Nuggets Mile High Sports Mailbag answering questions from readers.
According to a press release sent out by the Denver Nuggets, a member of their organization tested positive for COVID-19, better known as the coronavirus.
For the newest episode of the Rocky Mountain Hoops Podcast, T.J. McBride takes a look at where the Denver Nuggets are headed now that COVID-19 has flipped the league on its head.
It has been five days since the Nuggets battle with the Mavericks, which could end up being the final game of the season due to the outbreak of COVID-19.
Ask yourself this: Had Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert never contracted the coronavirus, would the world look like it does at this very moment?
Yes, the Nuggets lost 113-97, but by the time the fourth quarter arrived, the game itself was almost entirely inconsequential.
The Nuggets put together a solid fourth quarter to pull out the 109-95 win against the Bucks, and with that, I give you the good, great and awesome.
How big is Monday night’s Nuggets-Bucks game at Pepsi Center? Bigger than a Greek Freak, that’s for sure.
The Denver Nuggets improving offense was not enough to overcome their struggling defense as they fell to the Cleveland Cavaliers.