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The Denver Nuggets are the team to watch outside of the Miami Heat and Los Angeles Clippers; no team plays more exciting ball then these guys. They proved it Thursday night with an incredible come from behind win against the Philadelphia 76ers.
Key in that win was a pair of blocks by Kennetth Faried and JaVale McGee.
Faried's was more of an incredible athletic play; to get back and cover Philly's fast break like he did was pretty impressive. For shear dominance though check out JaVale McGee's. The man basically took the ball from the shooters hands as he released it!
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The Denver Nuggets edged out a win against the Philadelphia 76ers Thursday night, thanks to three clutch free-throws by Nuggets’ Corey Brewer. During the game, there were some powerful blocks executed by Kenneth Faried – whose block was reeking of power and ferociousness – and JaVale McGee’s block which was more of just stealing the [...]The post Kenneth Faried, JaVale...
There is no player in the NBA we enjoy making fun of more than JaVale McGee, which can sometimes lead to people forgetting how much of a freak athlete he is. McGee is probably one of the most physically gifted players in the NBA. He gave us a reminder of that when he blocked a shot by grabbing the ball out of midair during the Denver Nuggets’ win over the Philadelphia 76ers on...
While we celebrate the potential for where the Miami Heat’s winning streak can go, over in the Western Conference the Denver Nuggets are putting together one of their own.
Check out how they nailed win number 14 in a dramatic 101-100 thriller over the Philadelphia 76ers.
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Denver Nuggets' Kenneth Faried and JaVale McGee built a impenetrable forcefield around the rim last night, blocking shot on top of shot.
The Nuggets will be without forward Wilson Chandler and probably point guard Ty Lawson for their game against the Philadelphia 76ers on Thursday night when Denver goes for its 14th straight victory.
Chandler and Lawson were injured in the Nuggets' 114-104 win at Oklahoma City on Tuesday night. Chandler separated his left shoulder and Lawson bruised his right heel.
The Nuggets’ franchise record 13-game winning streak appeared to be coming to an end when the Sixers went up by eight with two minutes remaining in Thursday night’s game at Pepsi Center, but Corey Brewer wouldn’t let that happen. Scoring a career-high 29 points off of the bench, Brewer drained a three-pointer with ten seconds remaining to bring Denver within two, and then on...
Danilo Gallinari scored 19 points to lead a balanced attack and the Denver Nuggets extended their winning streak to 15 games with a 101-95 victory over the Sacramento Kings on Saturday night.
Kenneth Faried had 17 points and nine rebounds for the Nuggets, who have won a franchise-best 17 straight at home.
And they did it while Ty Lawson (right heel) and Wilson Chandler (shoulder...
The Denver Nuggets and the Miami Heat are the first two teams in NBA history who have simultaneously winning streaks of at least 13 games, and while the brunt of the focus of the attention has been placed on Miami’s INSANE 25-game winning streak, here’s a list of things that has happened since the Denver Nuggets [...]The post 14 Things That Have Happened Since The Denver Nuggets...
Andre Iguodala still maintains contact with several former 76ers teammates.
The Nuggets have won 13 straight games.
While the reigning NBA champs continue to dominate the headlines, the Denver Nuggets are putting together a remarkable run of their own.
The Nuggets go for a 14th consecutive victory and 16th in a row at home Thursday night against the Philadelphia 76ers, losers of 14 straight on the road.
One night after escaping with a 119-118 overtime win at Chicago, Denver (47-22) made an even...
Basketball fans, take notice out west as a team in Colorado is putting their own consecutive wins, a winning streak that even the Miami Heat can be appreciative of. Yes, I am talking about the Denver Nuggets, who made a Heat like comeback late Thursday night to defeat the Philadelphia 76ers 101-100. The Nuggets didn’t come from 27 point down like the Heat did this past...