Jokic’s Big Night Helps Nuggets Hold Off Mavericks — CBS Denver

DENVER (AP) – Michael Malone wasn’t all that thrilled about the lack of composure in the final quarter. Or all the turnovers. Or the shot selection. Or even the defense. Still, he won’t quibble with the outcome. “We survived,” Denver’s coach said. Nikola Jokic scored 29 points and grabbed a season-high 18 rebounds, Gary Harris…

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Denver Nuggets’ Richard Jefferson complementing veteran leadership with more playing time — The Denver Post

LOS ANGELES — Teammates playfully yelled at Richard Jefferson when he passed up an open 3-pointer Friday against Memphis. The reason Jefferson didn’t fire away? He was rusty. After all, he had only played 61 total minutes during the season’s first 41 games. Now the Nuggets need their 17-year veteran on the court more than…

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Denver Nuggets Daily: Nuggets’ overtime loss to Minnesota is a positive sign — Mile High Sports

With the Denver Nuggets coming off a 128-125 overtime loss at the hands of the Minnesota Timberwolves there is a lot to be discussed, so the Denver Nuggets Daily podcast turned to Sean Walsh to help make sense of the insanity that was the Nuggets’ overtime loss. Sean Walsh and T.J. McBride of Mile High Sports break down…

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The good, the bad and the ugly — new surprises but same old issues for Nuggets — Mile High Sports

The Denver Nuggets find themselves at 16-15, good for second in the Northwest Division but seventh in the Western Conference by virtue of a tiebreaker. They’re still in the thick of the playoff race as they get Nikola Jokic back into the swing of things while waiting for their defensive anchor — Paul Millsap —…

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Nikola Jokic finally returns to the Nuggets. But why the delay? And what do they expect? — The Denver Post

Nikola Jokic understood the pain, he could see it manifest in the blood that rushed to a swollen left ankle. What the Nuggets’ star center could not grasp, though, was the incentive to make it go away. “I was running, preparing myself. And when I wasn’t playing, it was like, ‘Why am I doing this?’…

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Injured Paul Millsap happy to rejoin Denver Nuggets — The Denver Post

BOSTON — Paul Millsap leaned back into a training table inside the visitors’ locker room at TD Garden as a member of the Denver Nuggets’ medical staff stretched and twisted the fingers poking out from a hard cast wrapping Millsap’s left wrist and hand. Millsap’s attire was a dress shirt and suit pants, the four-time…

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Denver Nuggets Daily: A look into the youth of the Nuggets’ roster — Mile High Sports

The Denver Nuggets are coming off of a 2-4 road trip that was completed entirely without their two best players — Nikola Jokic and Paul Millsap. In addition to the Nuggets’ prized front court being injured, Wilson Chandler, Mason Plumlee, and Will Barton have all ailed in some form or fashion over the past six…

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