The Nuggets released the roster for the upcoming Las Vegas Summer League yesterday. Notable omissions are Jusuf Nurkic who is rehabbing an injury and the team’s 2nd round pick Nikola Radicevic . Both players were not expected to be on the roster. What you can expect is Emmanuel Mudiay and Nikola Jokic teaming up for the […]
The NBA’s second (and arguably most intriguing) season is upon us. At midnight, the clock struck Free Agency, and many high-profile players are now on the market, looking for lucrative contracts. The biggest names- LeBron James (sort of), LaMarcus Aldridge, Kevin Love and Marc Gasol, to name a few- will all draw attention from across […]
It was a shocker at 7 when one of the draft’s top guys fell into Denver’s lap. So with city buzzing about the star potential of Emmanuel Mudiay, we here at RMC thought we’d take a look back at the draft and forward to the upcoming free agency period. Despite the Front Office promising clear […]
I get it, guys. Really, I do. The Nuggets got lucky on Thursday night, in a way that has rarely happened for the beleaguered Mile High franchise. Emmanuel Mudiay, a consensus top five talent, somehow fell to the Nuggets at number seven in the NBA Draft. Thank you, Philly. Thank you, New York. Thank you, […]
In the days and weeks leading up to the draft, Nuggets GM Tim Connelly didn’t mix words about swinging for the fences with his lottery pick, Denver’s first top 10 selection in 12 years. That long-awaited pivotal moment finally came Thursday night and it didn’t disappoint. The Nuggets came out of the 2015 draft without making […]
Recently one of our readers asked if we could do a story on the roster and how we got into the mess we are in. So I figured we’d take a look at all of our players, and how we acquired them, and what I think we’ll do with them. Remember this is just what I believe and not […]
Mike Malone has been hired as the new coach of the Denver Nuggets,according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports .He replaces Melvin Hunt, who took over on an interim basis for Brian Shaw, who was fired in early March. Besides Hunt, former Suns, Knicks and Lakers coach Mike D’Antoni also was a candidate for the […]
Next up for the Nuggets pre-draft workouts is former Duke Freshmen Justise Winslow.According to the Denver Post’s Christopher Dempsey, the Nuggets are working to bring Justise Winslow to town on Wednesday, June 10th for a workout. This would fit a need and could be possibly be a player sitting there when the Nuggets are on […]
The Nuggets will hold another solo workout for a player who could possibly be the guy picked seventh overall as they host Kentucky’s Willie Cauley-Stein. This comes just days after their first solo work out with Arizona prospect Stanley Johnson. The Nuggets brought in a group of other players to workout earlier that day but none […]
As the Nuggets coaching search continues I thought we should look back at one of the top Candidate’s first time in the Mile High City. Mike D’Antoni was named the Nuggets head coach for the lockout shortened season of 1998-1999 after a successful stint in Italy guiding Benetton Treviso and capturing Coppa Italia in 1995 […]
Last season was one to forget for the Denver Nuggets. 2014-2015 saw the Nuggets lose 50 games and finish with a losing record at home for the first time since 2002-2003. Home attendance plummeted to 28th in the league from a respectable 19th in 2014 and 14th 2013, a franchise-best 57-win season. TV ratings also fell off […]
The Nuggets didn’t give us much of a game tonight, it was a standard loss to the Clippers in the form of an extremely boring slugfest lasting nearly three hours. Ty Lawson was a late scratch and Danilo Gallinari rested. Jameer Nelson suffered a right hip flexor strain in the second quarter and didn’t return. […]
The Nuggets were simply overpowered by the San Antonio Spurs, who rolled to their sixth straight win by a score of 123-93. Denver Nuggets 93 Final Recap | Box Score 123 San Antonio Spurs Kenneth Faried, PF 21 MIN | 5-9 FG | 0-0 FT | 6 REB | 0 AST | 0 STL […]
Despite a strong effort out of the gate, the Denver Nuggets self-destructed in the 2nd and 3rd quarters in Utah and fall to the Jazz 98-84. Despite the results, there were some bright spots from a couple of Denver’s younger players and a nice offensive effort from the Manimal.
In lieu of an in-depth analysis and projection of the Denver Nuggets remaining games, I’ll be projecting the remaining schedules of each of the teams immediately surrounding the Nuggets to give an idea of who should be expecting the most ping pong balls in the May 19th NBA Draft Lottery.
The Nuggets made a late addition to their roster on Saturday by claiming Ian Clark off waivers. Clark is a 23 year old 6-foot-3 shooter who was last with the Jazz and spent four years in college at Belmont before turning pro. Clark isn’t that notable of a player, spending lots of his two-year career in […]
The Sixers come into Denver and sweep the season series against the Nuggets, winning by 14 on the second night of a back to back. The Nuggets never looked to be on the same page and put up their first real stinker of the Melvin Hunt era. Philadelphia 76ers 99 Final Recap | Box Score […]
The Denver Nuggets managed to keep it close despite a sloppy effort and porous defense. James Harden made his case for MVP racking up 50 points (a career high) and 10 rebounds in a 118 – 108 victory over the Nuggets.
Atlanta Hawks vs Denver Nuggets Wed Mar 11, 9:00 PM EST – FSSO, ALT, SPSO Line: ATL -6.0, O/U: 210.0 Pepsi Center – Denver, CO Recent Matchups Dec 7 DEN 84-96 ATL Mar 15 DEN 92-97 ATL Nov 8 ATL 107-109 DEN Mar 5 ATL 88-104 DEN Record: 50-13 (7-3) Eastern (1), Southeast (1) Ranks […]