NUGGETS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Nuggets to play Indiana Pacers in London next season

  The Denver Nuggets will cross the pond to play the Indiana Pacers in London on January 12, 2017, as part of next season’s NBA Global Games at the O2 Arena. Guard Gary Harris helped make the announcement from the NBA’s European headquarters in London via Facebook Live. It’s the first time in team history the Nuggets will play a game in the U.K. and the NBA’s seventh regular...
Via BSN Denver
2 hours ago

The Denver Nuggets will play against the Indiana Pacers in London next season

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit For the seventh time in NBA history, the league will be playing a regular season game in London, England, and this time it will be the Denver...
Via Mile High Sports
3 hours ago

LOOK: Did Emmanuel Mudiay’s new Under Armour logo just leak?

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit For NBA players, it’s about a lot more than being just an athlete; it’s about being a brand, an icon. Michael Jordan started it all with...
Via Mile High Sports
3 hours ago

Denver Nuggets set to play Indiana Pacers in London in 2017

The Denver Nuggets are heading to London, England. The NBA and Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG) have announced the teams playing in the NBA Global Games London for the 2017 season. The Nuggets will take on the Indiana Pacers during a regular-season game on January 12, 2017 at The O2 Arena. Nuggets guard Gary Harris was in attendance when the announcement was made from the NBA’s...
Via The Denver Post
4 hours ago

Gary Harris wants to be an impact player on offense

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit In two years with the Denver Nuggets, Gary Harris has been known primarily for his impact on defense, but he understands that there’s still...
Via Mile High Sports
5 hours ago

Chauncey Billups as a Denver Nuggets’ assistant coach makes too much sense not to happen

  Prior to his appearance on Adrian Wojnarowski’s podcast Tuesday, the sentiment surrounding Chauncey Billups and his desire to get back into the NBA was that he was primarily interested in a front office role. That line of thinking suddenly shifted when Billups made it apparent to Wojnarowski that’s he’s open and attracted to coaching. “(When) I’ve talked about my future...
Via BSN Denver
7 hours ago

Josh Scott signs with European club

Scott is headed to Macedonia to play with MZT Skopje Aerodrom Josh Scott, hero of the people, savior of the damned, has signed on with the Macedonian club MZT Skopje Aerodrom. Scott was undrafted in June and signed with the Denver Nuggets’ Summer League team. Scott never really had a chance to make the Nuggets — they have an expensive and experienced five-man rotation at center...
Via Ralphie Report
1 day ago

BSN Nuggets Podcast: Previewing the Olympics and why Denver will be better defensively in 2016-17

  On this week’s podcast, Harrison Wind and Dan Fatigato start by discussing Juan Hernangomez’s potential role on the Nuggets next season and react to ESPN’s projection for Denver in 2017. The guys then preview the Olympics, who they’re looking forward to watching and discuss how Emmanuel Mudiay and Gary Harris will benefit next season from practicing with the senior team...
Via BSN Denver
1 day ago

Nuggets’ Wilson Chandler reacts to change of NBA All-Star Game location

Before the Nuggets’ young players can dream about making the All-Star Game, the NBA will need to decide where to play it. Emmauel Mudiay and Jamal Murray are early candidates for the Rising Stars Challenge game during All-Star Weekend and Gary Harris could be a contestant for the three-point contest. In wake of North Carolina’s House Bill 2 or “bathroom bill” the NBA has...
Via The Denver Post
6 days ago

Nuggets Strike Gold With Youth

The Denver Nuggets are quietly turning into San Antonio's little cousin: an international-friendly club that's currently at the ground floor of something special. It may take a few years, but keep an eye on this franchise.
Via Sports On Earth
7 days ago

Nuggets strength coach: Earl Boykins ‘pound-for-pound the strongest player I’ve been exposed to’

Legendary NBA strength coach Steve Hess has worked with some big dudes in his 20 years as Denver Nuggets trainer. Kenyon Martin, Andre Iguodala, Kenneth Faried come to mind. But Hess says the pound-for-pound strongest player he’s been exposed to is Earl Boykins, the pint-sized point guard who played 14 seasons in the NBA. Standing a mere 5’5″, Boykins is the second shortest...
Via The Sports Daily
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Nuggets agree to deals with rookie Murray, veteran Miller

DENVER (AP) The Denver Nuggets have signed first-round pick Jamal Murray and agreed to a deal with veteran Mike Miller. Murray was the seventh overall pick in the NBA draft last month. The shooting guard is expected to play a big part in turning around a franchise that's missed the playoffs the past three seasons. Murray is coming off a freshman season at Kentucky in which he...
Via Associated Press
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Mike Miller agrees to two-year deal with Denver Nuggets, report says

Veteran Nuggets forward Mike Miller is returning to Denver on a two-year deal worth more than $5 million, Yahoo Sports reported late Monday. The Denver Post was not immediately able to confirm the report. At the end of the regular season, the two-time NBA champion was undecided on whether he would return for a second season with the Nuggets, having signed September 2015. He had...
Via The Denver Post
9 days ago

WATCH: Tyler Ulis nails buzzer beater in Summer League closer

Former Kentucky star Tyler Ulis, one of the smallest players in this past year’s NBA Draft class, is having a pretty big summer for his new team – the Phoenix Suns. Saturday, Ulis hit a pretty memorable buzzer-beater for the Suns in their Summer League contest against the Denver Nuggets. Ulis, who finished with 19 points and four assists, hit a ridiculous three-pointer as time...
Via College Spun
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Denver Nuggets: Notes from the Summer League

After going 2-1 during the Summer League regular season, the Denver Nuggets claimed the four seed in the tournament bracket. After enjoying a first-round bye today, they will face off against Utah, which beat Portland in the first round, tomorrow. There were plenty of keys to Denver’s first three games that could be of importance heading into October, and some of them involve potential...
Via isportsweb.com
14 days ago  |  Discuss

How the Nuggets are the NBA's next asset-rich powerhouse

Ever since the day Carmelo Anthony boarded a plane for New York and left his Nuggets jersey behind, Denver has been in the asset management game. After netting a haul of four starting caliber players and a first round pick in the Anthony trade in February of 2011, the Nuggets have somehow managed to continuously juggle quality rotation players on and off their roster for the five...
Via RealGM - NBA
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Denver Nuggets: Summer League players to watch

The Denver Nuggets unofficially begin their “season” in Las Vegas tonight. The Samsung NBA Summer League 2016 will be taking place at the Cox Pavillion and Thomas & Mack Center from July 8-18, and the Denver Nuggets are one of 24 teams (including an All-Development League team) participating in this event. They will play three regular games against Minnesota, Memphis, and...
Via isportsweb.com
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Could the Denver Nuggets actually get Dwyane Wade?

With the Miami Heat being unable to sign Dwyane Wade, many NBA teams are getting a chance at grabbing the superstar guard. The Denver Nuggets do not seem to have a lot to offer him on paper. The suitors have been around. The New York Knicks could veer Wade to the Big Apple and set up another “Super team” with Derrick Rose, Kristaps Porzingis, Carmelo Anthony, and Joakim Noah...
Via isportsweb.com
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Denver Nuggets select Jamal Murray

Jamal Murray shot his way to the Rocky Mountains. How does he fit on the Denver Nuggets? The Player: Jamal Murray scored over 23 points per game at Kentucky last season, despite being one of three point guards in the starting lineup. He is an elite shooter, excelling at pulling up with the ball and at catching the ball coming off of screens. That will allow him to flourish in the...
Via The Lottery Mafia
June 23, 2016  |  Discuss

Timberwolves have interest in trading for Faried

In-N-Out may not have a location in Minnesota. But that’s not stopping the Timberwolves from going after their double-double, Manimal-style. According to a report by Sean Deveney of Sporting News on Wednesday, the Wolves have interest in trading for Nuggets power forward Kenneth Faried. Faried, 26, averaged 12.5 points per game and 8.7 rebounds per game for the Denver in 2015...
Via Larry Brown Sports
June 22, 2016  |  Discuss

NBA Draft Team Needs: Plenty Of Picks In Denver

This article is part of a series on NBA Draft team needs. Our first four articles featured the Sixers, Lakers, Celtics, and Timberwolves, which are thorough and delightful; you should check them out. This article will look at the Denver Nuggets, who have three of the first 19 picks in this year's draft. Let's play the role of general manager yet again and see what Denver...
Via The Sports Quotient
June 07, 2016  |  Discuss
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