Grades: Denver Nuggets 107 Houston Rockets 98

Ty Lawson and the Houston Rockets would get no revenge on Friday the 13th in lower downtown Denver. The Nuggets completed a 3-0 home stand with a 107-98 win over Houston behind a career night from Will Barton and a 27-point outing from Danilo Gallinari. The Nuggets move to 5-4 on the season and hit […]

Ty Lawson gets another shot against Emmanuel Mudiay

First I’d like to start by introducing myself. I am new to the Roundball Mining staff and have been an avid Nuggets follower for well over a decade. My name is Rafael Torres, and I will attempt to keep you guys updated on the latest Nuggets news, information, buzz and of course I will be […]

Ty Lawson trade who’s to blame

So the Lawson era in Denver is officially over. The final guy from the Melo/Thuggets squad has been traded to Houston for salary cap space and a late 1st rounder. What’s crazy is just a year ago he was the face of the franchise and considered a borderline all-star. Now, the Nuggets were lucky to get […]

Ty Lawson traded to Houston Rockets

After months of speculation the Nuggets have finally moved on from troubled point guard Ty Lawson, agreeing to send him to the Houston Rockets for four players and a lottery-protected 2016 first round pick. Yahoo Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski reported the deal Sunday night. Denver will send Lawson and a 2017 second round pick in return […]

Lawson arrested for DUI again

Nuggets troubled point guard Ty Lawson was arrested again last night for DUI in Los Angeles. This is his second DUI arrest in the last six months. Lawson was also charged with a DUI in Denver, back in January. He’s was placed in custody with bail set at $5000. Lawson was arrested at 2:30 AM after failing a field sobriety test. Cops […]

Nuggets re-sign Jameer Nelson

According to Shams Charania of RealGm the Nuggets have reached an agreement in principle with free agent point guard Jameer Nelson on a three year deal. With ESPN’S  Marc Stein reporting the deal is for $13.5 Million. Nelson who came over in the midseason trade of Nate Robinson had been identified as one of the Nuggets […]

3-and-D: Denver’s biggest Free Agency need

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 […]

Five things to watch this offseason

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 […]

RCotW: Pain and gain

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 Randy Marsh:   5 in a row! And we are 4 games out of the playoffs with more […]

Rapid Reaction: Denver Nuggets 101 Chicago Bulls 106

It was a heartbreaking loss for the Nuggets tonight after a solid first half full of energy and effort.  In the end, the deteriorating interior defense and the star power of Derrick Rose and Jimmy Butler was just too much to overcome as the Bulls knocked off the Nuggets 106-101.  Hopefully the momentum from tonight’s […]

3-on-3: Taking stock

With over a quarter of the 2014-2015 NBA season in the books, we’re ready to give the Denver Nuggets their first progress report of the year. Joining us for an early season 3-on-3 is special guest Aaron Lopez. Although he’s moved on from the Nuggets beat, Aaron covered the team for the Associated Press, Rocky […]

Rapid Reaction: Denver Nuggets 102 Miami Heat 82

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.

Treacherous Trifecta: The Denver Nuggets’ three biggest problems through 18 games (and how to fix them!)

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. […]