The Denver Nuggets played well in their back-to-back-to-back stretch. The Sacramento Kings are hoping things start looking up after a rough start to theirs.
The Nuggets will try to keep their perfect home record intact when they face the Kings on Wednesday night.
Denver (4-2) opened a stretch of three games in three nights with a 92-89 road loss to the Los Angeles Lakers on Saturday, but bounced back with a 99-90 win over the Lakers the following night before recording a 91-86 victory over Milwaukee on Monday.
The Nuggets, playing without starting forward Nene (bruised heel), showed signs of fatigue, shooting 39.8 percent while committing 16 turnovers, but outscored the Bucks 23-12 in the fourth quarter.
Danilo Gallinari finished with 21 points and 10 rebounds while Ty Lawson had 16 points and six assists.
"They didn't look like they had three games in three nights,'' Milwaukee's Stephen Jackson said. ''That says a lot about how good of shape they...