The Denver Nuggets were actually in the inaugural NBA season
but folded before the second year began. They returned in
1976 and were one of the higher scoring teams. Being based so
high above sea level in the mountainous region of Colorado,
the squad gets used to the altitude. It can be a problem for
visiting teams who tend to struggle with the thinner air and as a
consequence, most Denver teams have had an uptempo style.
Denver hasn’t had championship-level success but has been a
fan favourite because of its playing style and personalities like
Dikembe Motumbo, Alex English, and more recently Carmelo
Matthew Wellington and Mike Miller discuss Anthony Davis’ game-winner, Dwight Howard’s mind games, Boston’s Game 3 adjustments, All NBA Team snubs alongside your questions, (K)nicks Silly Nonsense and Discourse on Discord.
Matthew Wellington and Mike Miller discuss whether the Bucks can build a team fit for Giannis Antetokounmpo, what’s next for the Houston Rockets and more.
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Moves have been made, but the bigger trades are yet to be made. Tom Hall breaks down some 3s and 4s that could be next
Denver Nuggets had a charmed season last year, but fell flat in the Semifinals. Now, after a summer of smart moves, they look to go one step further.
Matthew Wellington and Huw Hopkins deliver Part 4 of our Playoffs series, delving into some of the standout moments of the Conference Semifinals
Joe Hulbert and Matthew Wellington bring you part 2 of our Round 1 previews, this time looking at the Western Conference