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We wouldn't be shocked if the majority of Denver Nuggets are pleased with the front office's decision to fire Brian Shaw. Not only did his schematic ideology clash with the talents of his inherited roster, but Shaw also alienated his players on multiple occasions by publicly throwing them under the bus.
The 20-39 Denver Nuggets have fired embattled coach Brian Shaw, according to The Denver Post.
The Nuggets are already looking forward to the summer, but there's still six weeks of basketball left to play.
It's only a matter of time and notoriety until Jusuf Nurkic becomes the player every opposing fan loves to hate. As an analyst without specific team bias, though, it sure is easy to love the Denver Nuggets rookie big man.
With Kevin Durant out, Russell Westbrook took over, but with his passing. He had a career-high 17 dimes in a blowout win over the Nuggets.
JaVale McGee's wayward tenure with the Denver Nuggets is over. According to Yahoo Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski, the talented but wildly inconsistent seven-footer is on his way to the Philadelphia 76ers along with a first-round pick previously acquired by Denver from the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The Denver Nuggets have traded Arron Afflalo to the Portland Trail Blazers for three players and a lottery-protected 2016 first-round pick.
Maybe the Denver Nuggets will move Ty Lawson for more than a Godfather offer after all. According to ESPN, not only is Brian Shaw's team trying to trade its point guard but also has a specific replacement in mind – George Hill of the Indiana Pacers.
Arron Afflalo's second tenure with the Denver Nuggets hasn't quite gone as planned. And after being re-acquired by his former team last summer, it seems he may be on the move yet again.
The Denver Nuggets are in shambles, but that doesn't mean they're cleaning house – at least not completely. Grantland's Zach Lowe reports that though every player on its roster save for rookie Jusuf Nurkic has been made available before Thursday's trade deadline, it would take "Godfather" type offers for Denver to part with Ty Lawson or Kenneth Faried.
Denver Nuggets coach Brian Shaw said over the weekend that his team was "in a bad place.
Ever since the Nets admitted in December they were shopping their expensive trio of stars, Brook Lopez, Joe Johnson and Deron Williams, the trade rumors before the Feb.
The videobomb has become a natural extension of post-game festivities for the winning team.
Monday night’s game between the Nuggets and Clippers came down to the wire and ended in thrilling fashion.
Of the countless times we're amazed while watching NBA basketball is when a player explodes off two feet to travel a vast horizontal distance.
We don't use the term "baptism" lightly to describe poster dunks – a player really has to earn it.