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When listing off the contenders for the Western Conference title, you have got the Oklahoma City Thunder, the San Antonio Spurs, probably the Los Angeles Clippers and I might even give you the Memphis Grizzlies. But despite their 41-22 record, including an astounding 27-3 at home, nobody is really jumping on the Denver Nuggets bandwagon. Point guard Ty Lawson says despite the team’s “dark horse” role, they have a real shot at winning it all. “I was talking to (Andre) Iguodala a couple of days ago and I was like ‘man we can really win a championship if everybody is mature and gets serious about the game plan.’ Because sometimes you just do stuff that is out of the ordinary or just, we don’t pay attention or if we get up 15 points we just shoot regular shots or see if ‘I can make it shots’ and teams come back. If we just stay focused, I feel like we can beat and run with any team in the NBA. We would have a shot to win a championship but we just have to do that for a seven ga...
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Ty Lawson matched his season high with 32 points, including 14 in the fourth quarter, and the Denver Nuggets beat the injury-depleted Minnesota Timberwolves, 111-88, Saturday night to stretch their home winning streak to 13 games, their longest in 14 years.
Corey Brewer had 15 points, while Danilo Gallinari and Andre Iguodala added 11 apiece for the Nuggets, who have won eight in...
An often heard complaint from Denver Nuggets fans is that head coach George Karl doesn’t show enough emotion during games; it’s safe to say he made up for the entire season Saturday night during a matchup that had the Denver Nuggets pitted against the Minnesota Timberwolves. It would be during the third quarter when Ty [...]The post Denver Nuggets’ George Karl Goes Nuclear...
Nuggets coach, George Karl, took disagreeing with a foul call to a whole new level Saturday night in a matchup with the Timberwolves. Watch Karl go ballistic when point guard, Ty Lawson, was called for the offensive foul on Ricky Rubio and march up the sideline as he shoves his own player, Wilson Chandler, out of the way to get a better angle to launch expletives at the referee:
The Denver Nuggets defeated the Los Angeles Clippers on Friday night, 107-92, as Denver used their homecourt, athleticism, and fresh legs to their advantage. JaVale McGee was the player that the ‘Inside The NBA” cast interviewed post-game, and as we should expect the unexpected with McGee, the same rang true when he called Shaqtin-A-Fool something [...]The post JaVale McGee...
Rudy Fernandez most recently played in the NBA for the Denver Nuggets in 2011-12, where the guard averaged 8.6 points, 2.4 assists and 2.1 rebounds in 31 games. Following the season, the Spain native decided to return to Real Madrid, where he’s been stirring up trouble recently. Real Madrid played against the Zalgiris Kaunas in Lithuania Thursday where Fernandez was punched by...
For so long, Wilson Chandler has seemed to provide only a glimpse of his vast talents, like the tattoo of his daughter that peeks above the neckline of his jersey.
Chandler did it all at DePaul — which could have been a pretty cool title for a player of the year campaign. (“Wilson Chandler does it all, at DePaul! Sponsored by Nike!”) But he never led the Blue Demons beyond...
DENVER (AP) — The Denver Nuggets routed the surging Los Angeles Clippers 107-92 on Thursday night, riding 21 points from Ty Lawson and 20 from Danilo Gallinari to their 12th straight home win., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/nuggets-win-seventh-straight-rout-clippers-10792-yahoo-sports
Video: Full-court shot off opposite backboard
With Ty Lawson leading the way, the Denver Nuggets are on the verge of matching their longest win streak of the season.
The Nuggets will seek a ninth consecutive victory Monday night while trying to avenge a road loss to the Phoenix Suns from earlier this season.
Already playing at a high level over the past month, Lawson tied his best scoring performance of the season in a 111...
Rudy Fernandez was punched in the face by a Lithuanian fan following Real Madrid's 105-104 win over Zalgiris Kaunas on Thursday.
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High Altitude: In the Dunkapalooza between the Denver Nuggets and Los Angeles Clippers, the Nuggets came out on top to extend their winning to streak to 7 games. Ty Lawson led the way with 21 points (9 of 15) including huge shots down the stretch to put the Clippers way, he also had 6 boards and 11 assists. Danilo Gallinari added 20 points (8 of 15),...
Thursday night’s Nuggets-Clippers game is a fast-pace dunk contest. Anyone surprised? As announcer Ian Eagle said of the dunk from Nuggets’ Wilson Chandler, “A grown man move at the rim.”
Chandler’s two handed ****-back slam made the Nuggets bench react like this:
[Bleacher Report, Beyond the Buzzer]
Leave it to TNT’s Inside the NBA host Ernie Johnson, to be the saver of awkward moments.
Last night, Nuggets center JaVale McGee appeared on Inside the NBA for a brief interview with his friendenemy and frequent critic Shaquille O’Neal. After scoring zero points, two rebounds and two blocks in 14 minutes of play during the Denver Nuggets 107-92 win over the Los Angeles Clippers...
While the Denver Nuggets' home winning streak already is quite impressive, the quality of competition they've faced during the run makes it even more noteworthy.
It likely won't be easy adding the surging Los Angeles Clippers to that list.
Denver seeks a 12th straight home win Thursday night against a Los Angeles team that has won five straight road games.