The Denver Nuggets are back in the Western Conference Finals, and they will be duking it out against the Los Angeles Lakers, the same foe they faced the last time they reached this stage of the playoffs. Denver completed a stunning turnaround that saw them climb back from a glaring 1-3 hole in the semifinals, and pull off an upset over Kawhi Leonard and the heavily-favorited Clippers squad.… Read more
After nearly two years of patiently waiting, fans of the Denver Nuggets are finally able to see what the future looks like. Speaking of patience, Michael Porter Jr. himself has had to show his fair share prior to the NBA bubble. However, after some incredibly efficient performances in Orlando, it seems fair to say that the waiting is over.
If the NBA season were to wrap up today, Giannis Antetokounmpo would be crowned MVP. I don’t think a single hoop head out there would deny that he most certainly deserves it.
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 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.
Denver are looking every bit like a contender for a top seeding.