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There’ll be a new look to the Denver Nuggets this season, both on the court as well as the sideline. Mike Malone takes the reins for 2016-17, and the respected coach is focused on implementing an up-tempo style of play built on a foundation of aggressive defense. The Nuggets are looking to return to the playoffs after missing the cut for the first time in 11 seasons two years ago, and they’ve got the staff to make it happen. Danilo Gallinari is back to buoy Denver’s offense, and newcomer Emmanuel Mudiay will look to make an immediate impact in the Mile-High City. You can always find the best seats in the house at Razorgator—claim your Denver Nuggets tickets for Nuggets home games at the Pepsi Center, on sale now!
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Making Strides in the Mile-High City
Following a disastrous 2014-15 campaign, the Denver Nuggets decided to start fresh with a new head coach. Mike Malone has already started to institute major changes, helping transform this young squad from a cellar dweller into a potential playoff contender. With just 23 games left in the regular season, time’s running out to grab your cheap Denver Nuggets tickets for 2016.

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Plenty of great games remain on the schedule, including Kobe Bryant’s farewell game in Denver this Wednesday (tickets available from $47), a visit from the Dallas Mavericks (get in from $24) and the only home game this season versus the NY Knicks. Keep it tuned to Razorgator for outstanding discount prices every day!

Denver Nuggets News and Updates

The Denver Nuggets have struggled this season and are currently sitting in the eleventh spot in the Western conference. One of the team’s biggest problems is they are not consistent. Luckily, the Nuggets were able to show some consistency when they played against the Detroit Pistons on February 10. The Nuggets stayed with the Pistons the entire first half and came out during the last two quarters to put their winning plan into action. They outscored the Pistons in both the third and fourth quarters, ending the game with a 103-92 final score. See if they can keep up the good work when they face off against the Kings on February 19. Tickets are still up for grabs.
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