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Outside of dribbling, passing, and layups, there is one staple every professional basketball player should know how to execute well and consistently. That is free throws, but unfortunately, the Denver Nuggets are lacking in that department. To be crass, the Nuggets SUCK at free throw shooting. They are DEAD last in the league from the [...]The post The Denver Nuggets Really Suck At Free Throws appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
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Looking for the customary JaVale McGee highlight of the night? You have found it!Watch as McGee catches this alley-oop from Andre Igoudala and somehow guides the ball into the rim over Enes Kanter:
The Nuggets have promoted Pete D'Alessandro to Vice President of Basketball Operations and Mike Bratz to Director of Player Personnel.
You know the old saying, “when it rains, it pours?” Well, when the Denver Nuggets landed in Utah for their game against the Jazz the sun was out and the birds were singing. But by the time the final buzzer sounded, it was pouring rain and the Nuggets had given up a close one, 105-103. [...]The post Morales: It all goes wrong in Utah as the Denver Nuggets lose to the Jazz, 105...
Al Jefferson scored a season-high 28 points and Derrick Favors made three free throws down the stretch, helping the Utah Jazz remain unbeaten at home with a 105-103 win over the Denver Nuggets on Monday night.
The Nuggets had a chance to tie it with 3.6 seconds left but Ty Lawson was double-teamed and passed too late for Corey Brewer to get off a final shot.
The Jazz, who improved...
I was hopeful, even on the second leg of a back-to-back, that the Denver Nuggets would be able to edge a win in Utah, but unfortunately a combination visible (read: bad) officiating, missed free throws, an ejection, poor decision-making, and the stomach flu propelled Utah to a 105-103 win over Denver. I’m going to get [...]The post Case of the Missed Free Throws; Utah Jazz Skirt...
The Denver Nuggets put together four straight wins before coming up short their last time out.
Another matchup against the Golden State Warriors could help them get back on track.
Having already seen each other twice this season, the visiting Nuggets try to continue their recent dominance of the Warriors as the teams square off Thursday night.
Denver (8-7) found itself on the...
If familiarity breeds contempt, then the Denver Nuggets (8-7) must surely hate the Golden State Warriors (8-6) by now. Having already faced the Warriors twice this season, the Nuggets are set to meet them again on Thursday night. It’s the fourth meeting between the two teams already this year, three of which have come in [...]The post Morales: Familiarity breeds contempt for...