The Denver Nuggets are on course for another challenge for the Western Conference crown in the NBA post-season. Michael Malone’s men reached the Conference Semi-Finals last term, only to be beaten by the Portland Trail Blazers, losing the last two games of their series.
After rebuilding in the most patient of ways, finally it’s time to get excited. It would seem that since the infamous game 82 overtime heartbreak they experienced in Minnesota back in 2018, Denver has propelled itself to unimaginable heights. The question remains, how much higher can they climb?
The biggest NBA trade in almost 20 years took place on Tuesday night. As reported by ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, Clint Capela heads to the Atlanta Hawks, Robert Covington to the Houston Rockets. The Minnesota Timberwolves and Denver Nuggets are also involved in the deal.
The NBA's Christmas Day schedule is a great tradition. For over a decade, the league have been showing five consecutive games on 25th December, and 2019 is no different.
The Denver Nuggets have continued to be one of the most consistent and efficient teams in a stacked Western Conference currently resting in third place, only behind the two juggernaut LA-based teams, the Lakers and the Clippers.
Shifting Leonard to the Western Conference alters the balance of power once again. The East is relatively weak, or so it seems.
The Denver Nuggets were involved in trade talks for All-NBA forward Anthony Davis according to the Denver Post.
The NBA Playoffs begin this Saturday. Late season drama was limited, with the Detroit Pistons holding onto the eight seed in the East. We have known the Western Conference playoffs for a while, but the seedings altered in the final days of the regular season, changing the first-round matchups.
What now for one of the NBA's all-time greats?
Denver are looking every bit like a contender for a top seeding.
Looking ahead to the Northwest Division in 2018/19.