Gold bless Timofey Mozgov. Bless him hard and bless him thoroughly. Because in a crazy world with terrorism, natural disasters, famine and disease, all Timofey Mozgov wants is for you to vote for Ty Lawson to make the All-Star team — and to not operate motor vehicles while under the influence of alcohol. It’s that […]
The Nuggets snapped a four game skid with a blowout victory over the Miami Heat. Playing their fourth game in six nights, the Heat stalled out in the second half against an energized Nuggets team. Denver moves to 10-12 on the season and 6-4 at home.
It wasn’t a game winner, but Patrick Patterson’s wide open three with 30 seconds left in regulation basically sealed the deal for the eventual Toronto Raptors overtime win. The Nuggets had just got a huge basket from Arron Afflalo to go up 102-99, and they failed to fully grasp the situation coming back on the […]
This is nice. People within the Nuggets organization are now openly questioning whether this roster has flaws. All it took was a 9-12 start to make it happen. Of course, it’s interesting coming from Brian Shaw. I’d love to hear what Tim Connelly has to say about some of Shaw’s minutes distributions. Ah, the 2014-15 […]
The Nuggets played hard for four quarters, they played good basketball for one half and they completely ran out of gas for five minutes in overtime. Had Brian Shaw allowed his bench to play more and gotten his team up out of the gate, we’re likely talking about a Nuggets win as opposed to a […]
If you’ve been following Roundball Mining Company for a while you’ve probably noticed our increase in contributors over the years. After starting with one man in 2008 (Jeremy Wagner), expanding to three in 2011 and swelling to over eight this past year, RMC has steadily grown to become a (semi-) legitimate blog with a decent […]
The Denver Nuggets lost to the Atlanta Hawks today by virtue of, surprise surprise, an atrocious first half. Trailing 36-57 after 24 minutes, they never got closer than seven points in the second half, and the Hawks seemed in control the whole time.
So, I guess that happened? What that is exactly I’m not sure but apparently the Nuggets got whooped. Unfortunately none of our writers were able to catch the game so we’re relying on you, our loyal readers, to recap this one. Remember to play nice and to take things into context. This is one game. […]
After a disastrous 1-6 start where Murphy’s Law was in full effect, the Denver Nuggets have turned 180 degrees. These days rather than everything going wrong, almost everything is running smoothly. The Nuggets are 7-3 in their last 10 games and Brian Shaw appears to have found a series of rotations that are working effectively. […]
Welcome to the Reader Comment of the Week, a recurring series where we’ll highlight voices from Roundball Mining Company community found in our forum, comments section, in e-mails and through Twitter rants. This week’s comment comes courtesy of googergieger: …Ty clearly is showing he can pass with the best of them, and when he gets his […]
In what ended up becoming one of the more exciting games this season the Nuggets took the Blazers down to the wire yet fell short in the end. Lawson had a standout performance as did Wilson Chandler. Unfortunately, neither outperformed LaMarcus Aldridge and the Blazers as whole. Portland Trail Blazers 105 Final Recap | Box […]
Nuggets get a stressful win in Utah tonight. Denver Nuggets 103 Final Recap | Box Score 101 Utah Jazz Kenneth Faried, PF 29 MIN | 4-9 FG | 3-4 FT | 5 REB | 2 AST | 0 STL | 1 BLK | 1 TO | 11 PTS | +1Great hustle and energy on […]
Through a tumultuous start to the season, an early staple of Denver’s consistently inconsistent offense has been Aaron Afflalo’s and Wilson Chandler’s three point shooting. While shooting at a merely respectable 37 and 39 percent clip respectively, the pair make up for 45 percent of the team’s total three point attempts. It’s not just how and […]
That’s what I like to call a vintage Pepsi Center win, wherein the Nuggets hit their stride with an early run then ride their depth to a blowout victory. Led by Arron Afflalo’s 22 points, the Nuggets beat Phoenix 122-97 for their fourth straight home win.
Welcome to the Reader Comment of the Week, a recurring series where we’ll highlight voices from Roundball Mining Company community found in our forum, comments section, in e-mails and through Twitter rants. This week’s comment comes courtesy of Nugman: Although the Nugs are obviously playing better, I’m still really concerned about Shaws ability to manage games. […]
After a promising start, the Nuggets came out flat in the third quarter and played catch-up the rest of the way. Gerald Green dominated, the Nuggets were roughed up on the interior and ultimately ran out of gas.
The Denver Nuggets won their fifth straight game against the Bulls on Tuesday. Ty Lawson broke Kirk Hinrich’s ankles on an assist (yes, you heard that correctly) and Danilo Gallinari made a ridiculous shot that should have counted even though it didn’t (confusing, I know). Finally the Nuggets are actually fun to watch again. More […]
The headline is pretty self explanatory. But in case you’re a fan of redundancy I’ll say it again: Randy Foye is out three weeks according to Chris Dempsey of The Denver Post. Dempsey is reporting the injury to be a right quad tear and that no surgery will be needed. Let the Gary Harris enthusiasm […]
The Nuggets won their fourth straight in ugly fashion, downing the Lakers 101-94 in overtime. Grades for the players and coach are below.