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Someone might want to check the rims at the Rose Garden. Just 10 days after the Blazers set a dubious NBA record by missing all 20 of their three-point attempts in a win over Toronto, the Nuggets have broken it in the very same building. On the eve of the apocalypse, Denver went an astonishing 0-22 from beyond the three-point arc, but that’s not all. Until the 38-second mark of the fourth and final quarter, the Nuggets had not scored a single field goal from outside the paint. It was Ty Lawson who finally made Denver’s first and last jumper of the evening, preventing them from going 0-32 beyond the painted rectangle. Unbelievably, the Nuggets were able to remain competitive throughout the game. Despite Portland’s 14 three-pointers made, Denver lost by just eight (101-93). I first checked in on this game in the middle of the third, when Denver was something like 0 for 15 or 20 from outside the paint and 0-10 or 15 from three. By the time Ty Lawson made his top-of-the-key jump shot with 38 seconds to go, I was holding my breath every time a Denver Nugget prepared to launch from the perimeter. Naturally, I was fascinated by the fact that an NBA basketball team could even have a realistic chance to go 0-everything from outside the paint, and I wanted to see what probably would’ve been an all-time first. I obviously can’t prove that no team has ever failed to score from outside the paint, but I can tell you this: since ’06/07, the record for fewest made shots from outside the paint was four. Denver didn’t even come close to that mark. Quite honestly, I can’t even begin to imagine watching a professional team shoot the ball worse than Denver did on Thursday night. It’s not like the Blazers were blocking these perimeter shots — hell, a handful of them weren’t even contested at all. Multiple Nuggets had WIDE-OPEN looks at the basket, yet it took 47 minutes and 22 seconds for a single one of their jumpers to find the bottom of the net. I’ve never seen anything like it, and I was one of about five people who actually watched that Portland/Toronto game where the Blazers went 0-20 from three. The NBA, where amazing happens.
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The Denver Nuggets are wishing their fans Happy Holidays with a video promoting the players singing, or at least attempting to sing, a compilation of classic holiday songs in their "Holiday Jam".
Noteworthy performances include JaVale McGee with "The Christmas Song", Kosta Kafous with "Here Comes Santa Claus" and Timofey Mozgov singing "It...
Nuggets forward Danilo Gallinari, guard Ty Lawson, Andre Iguodala, the incredible JaVale McGee and more offer their unique renditions of favorite holiday songs. You have to give it to JaVale McGee, as his voice is as soothing as some warm milk right before bed. Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
The Denver Nuggets are the latest team to do a terrible Christmas video. Not sure how these things are going viral, because not one of them is good, and at the same time I can't stop watching and posting them? It's killing me. Watch the Nuggets make a fool of themselves below.
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George Karl comes from the same "Larry Brown School" as Gregg Popovich, but that's about it when you compare their coaching styles.
Karl has coached his teams Nuggets teams the same way - a high scoring mentality that has them running and defending the paint as best as they can.
Gregg Popovich prefers a philosophy of playing to his team's advantages whether...
Need that last minute Christmas gift? What about trying to fill that stocking left over the fireplace?
Well fear not and quit your worrying because the Denver Nuggets have the perfect gift with the "Nuggets Holiday Jam" in what is seemingly in 8-track form.
What loved one would not want to hear their favorite holiday songs sung by Kenneth "The Manimal"...
The Denver Nuggets set a NBA single-game record by missing all 22 of their 3-point attempts during their 101-93 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers on Thursday. Ironically, Portland previously held the all-time mark for 3-point futility by going 0-for-20 behind the arc in a victory over Toronto earlier this month.On the flip side, the Blazers rained down three's during their affair...
PORTLAND, Ore. -- On a night when the Denver Nuggets took down Portland's short-lived NBA record for 3-point futility, the Trail Blazers survived. The Nuggets went 0-for-22 from beyond the 3-point arc, shattering the mark the Blazers set 10 days earlier when they finished 0-for-20 in a win over Toronto. Even so, Denver pushed Portland to the wire before falling 101-93 Thursday...
Mile high visits Rip City
The Portland Trail Blazers will play host to the Denver Nuggets Thursday night, and a win at the Rose Garden would put the team back to .500 for the 2012-13 season.
Matchup: Portland (11-12) vs. Denver Nuggets (14-12)
Venue: Rose Garden Arena
Time: 7:00 PM PT
Date: Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012
Coming off a dramatic win against the New Orleans Hornets, Portland...
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Ah, nothing like having the flu. I ain't mad at you Kenneth, this was me last week, minus sitting on the bench during a timeout at work but I had the flu. Ty Lawson was also sick as apparently the Denver Nuggets are very close as a team, they even share their own drinks. This is my only logical explanation to having multiple players with the flu on the team. Or maybe none...