Nuggets general manager Tim Connelly earned his money yesterday afternoon. He actually made trades rather than doing nothing. No, he did not get a dynamic player that would be a difference maker. Let’s not get carried away. Read More
Say this about the Nuggets. They gave the Rockets their best. They did not give in when it appeared the visitors were going to take control in the fourth quarter. They even took a championship contender to overtime.
For all the talk about the Nuggets struggling on offense, no one points out the Nuggets have been so bad defensively in their poor start to the season so far. They were often outworked on the defensive end, and they were pushed around. They were standing around on defense. They displayed how soft they were in the first few weeks of the season.
Brian Shaw is taking brunt of the blame for the Nuggets getting off to a 2-6 start. It’s part of the territory for a head coach when his team is losing games whether it’s fair or not. He knew the deal when he signed on to coach the Nuggets last year. Read More
This feels like the Nuggets of pre-Carmelo Anthony days all over again. The head coach is a beaten man. The players are not playing well, not to mention they don’t want to be on the court together. The Nuggets are piling up losses each game. That’s been the story of this young season so far. Read More
Kenneth Faried starts his 2014 season with a five-year, $60 million extension from the Nuggets. With extension, responsibilities come with it. It’s not only about being a player that puts great numbers every game, but it’s about being the go-to guy in the fourth quarter.
In basketball locales like San Antonio, Cleveland, Los Angeles, Oklahoma City and Chicago, fans can dream about winning a NBA championship this season.