Tuesday, January 16, 2018


Inside the Numbers: A look at the Nuggets’ final 41 games

It will also be very interesting to see what Arturas Karnisovas does for (or to) the Nuggets in his first February trade-deadline as GM. No matter what Karnisovas is able to finagle, coming out strong directly after the All-Star break will not be a cakewalk by any means.

Nuggets’ abysmal effort leads to terrible home loss at hands of Hawks

The Denver Nuggets hosted the Atlanta Hawks looking to evade their first three-game losing streak of the year. Instead, Denver fell flat on their face and failed to secure what should have been an easy home win.

Paul Millsap takes a monumental step towards getting back to playing for Nuggets

Malone provides insight into the recovery and rehab of Paul Millsap, who had surgery on his wrist back on November 26th.



Denver Nuggets Daily: The Nikola Jokic effect

Aniello Piro and T.J. McBride break down Nikola Jokic's play style and how the Denver Nuggets success hinges on his assertiveness on the hardwood on the latest installment of the Denver Nuggets Daily podcast.

MHS Film Room: How joy returned to Nikola Jokic’s game in Oakland versus Golden...

Nikola Jokic -- who has been in a mini-slump of sorts -- is finally began to show the swagger and confidence that made him one of the most polarizing players in all of basketball last year.

Exclusive: Nuggets president Josh Kroenke, on his evolution after seven years in Denver

Denver Nuggets team president Josh Kroenke was thrown into the deep end of the pool when he took over operational control of the team in 2010, and had to start swimming immediately.

Warriors’ depth too much for Nuggets as they drop their second-straight road game

On Monday night, Curry was back for the rematch, and it didn't seem to matter that Durant was inactive as the Warriors got their revenge with a 124-115 victory.

MHS Roundtable: Are the optics of the Nuggets changing?

The Nuggets’ scribes here at Mile High Sports took a moment to discuss a change in Denver’s play style, the continued emergence of Gary Harris and the popularity contest that is NBA All-Star voting. 

Darrell Arthur is a perfect moderator for Denver as they continue to develop

The Denver Nuggets have one of the most complicated rosters to balance in the NBA. With a blend of young and up-and-coming talent mixed...

Nuggets hand Kings a victory thanks to a season-high 26 turnovers

The Denver Nuggets had a chance to pick up an easy road win against one of the league's worst teams in the Sacramento Kings on Saturday night. Instead, Denver literally handed them the game with a season-high 26 turnovers in a 106-98 loss.

Trey Lyles leads Denver in annihilation of Utah Jazz

The Denver Nuggets were hosting the Utah Jazz at the Pepsi Center in downtown Denver on Friday night looking to even the season-series against the Jazz, who held a 2-1 advantage over the Nuggets prior to tip-off and won 99-91.

The good, the bad and the ugly: Slow starts and extended rotations

The Denver Nuggets are 20-17, third in the Northwest Division, and the sixth seed in the Western Conference playoff picture. They have been rolling but, without further ado, here is the good, the bad, the ugly.  

Michael Malone made defense a priority, so now he gambles on trust

Denver Nuggets coach Michael Malone made one thing clear: hustle on defense or sit on the bench. Now he has to change directions.