The Denver Nuggets left the 2015 - 2016 NBA regular season with a frustrating 33 - 49 overall record, placing them eleventh in the Western Conference. It is now a new season, however, and head coach Michael Malone has had ample time to make adjustments and critical trades. Denver now boasts a 2016 - 2017 lineup that includes the likes of small forward Danilo Gallinari, power forward Kenneth Faried, center Nikola Jokic, and point guard Emmanuel Mudiay among noteworthy others. Be at Pepsi Center this fall and beyond to see how the Nuggets’ off-season training unfolds. Razorgator has you covered with Denver Nuggets tickets throughout the entire season, so check back often.
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The Denver Nuggets are now 50 games into the season and holding their own at No. 8 in the Western Conference. As the season has unfolded, power forward Nikola Jokic has emerged as a clutch player for Denver. As his skills have evolved, he has spent more minutes on the court and recently earned the first triple double of his career in a 121-117 win over Milwaukee. The Nuggets hit the road for the next two against New York and Cleveland, returning to the Pepsi Center on Monday, Feb. 13, against Golden State. A Denver takedown of the No. 1 Warriors would be a horrible thing to miss. Ticket prices start at $46—get yours now!
The Denver Nuggets earned some important bragging rights this week. Slated to face Indiana in the ABA Bowl, Denver headed to Great Britain for the Jan. 12 contest. Something about playing for the London crowd seemed to give the team a boost, and the Nuggets outhustled and outmaneuvered their opponents, crushing the Pacers 140-112. The win set them up with the momentum to win the next two over Orlando and the Lakers, giving Denver a three-game streak. This Saturday, Jan. 21, the Nuggets will play at home against the Clippers and on Tuesday, Jan. 24, Utah will be in town. Join the crowd at the Pepsi Center and buy your tickets today!
The Denver Nuggets are currently in tenth place in the Western conference, but it isn’t impossible for the team to make it into the playoffs. The teams ahead of them would have to suffer from some serious losses and the Nuggets would have to pull off some amazing wins, but it isn’t impossible. Unfortunately, the Nuggets have lost their last three games in a row, so things aren’t looking pretty for the Denver team. See if they can get off the losing train when they take on the Indiana Pacers on January 12. The Pacers tend to choke up during away games, so this might be the chance for the Nuggets to get a victory in the New Year.
Winning three in a row over Portland, New York and Dallas this week, the Denver Nuggets were on a high note entering into Tuesday’s match with the L.A. Clippers. Hopeful that the positive momentum could get them a win against the No. 9 team, the Nuggets got good efforts from Will Barton and Kenneth Faried, who finished with a team high 22 points and 11 rebounds, respectively. Opponents J.J. Redick, Chris Paul and Luc Mbah a Moute proved too powerful, however, getting a combined 57 points and helping the Clippers beat Denver 119-102. The Nuggets go on this week to play the Atlanta Hawks at home this Friday, Dec. 23, and then head to L.A. for a rematch with the Clips on Monday, Dec. 26.
The Denver Nuggets are in the middle of a six-game road trip, and so far the record is just 1-2. After losing to the Jazz in Utah Saturday, Denver rallied to beat the 76ers Monday. That win was followed by a close game with the Brooklyn Nets, but the Nuggets’ rally wasn’t enough to get their second win in a row Wednesday night. Wilson Chandler had a great night, coming off the bench to get a team high 27 points and 15 rebounds. Jameer Nelson led the team in assists with five. Denver finishes the trip in Washington, Orlando and Dallas before returning home to play the Trail Blazers at the Pepsi Center on Thursday, Dec. 15. Tickets for all upcoming games can be purchased now!
The Denver Nuggets believe a bad call cost them their Nov. 8 game against the Grizzlies, but after appealing to the NBA to reverse the result of the game, the league has not ruled in Denver’s favor. Although the NBA agreed that the possession call made by referees with less than one second on the clock was unfair, they do not see fit to grant the Nuggets the win. The Nuggets have had a rough go of things so far this season and were the last team in the NBA to earn a win at home. Up next, the Nuggets will host the Thunder at the Pepsi Center on Friday, Nov. 25. Tickets are on sale now for $25 and up.
The Denver Nuggets beat the Celtics in their latest outing on November 6 with a final score of 123-107. The Nuggets came out strong, dominating the first half to head into the locker rooms at the half ahead 77-51. They continued their control of the game to win. Emmanuel Mudiay had a season-high 30 points, with 24 of those coming during the opening quarter alone. Wilson Chandler, who left early due to a hamstring injury, added 22 points to the team. The Nuggets head to Memphis to play the Grizzlies on November 8 and then will host the Warriors and the Pistons on the 10 and 12 respectively. You can still get tickets for prices starting at just $2.
After going just 4-4 in the preseason, the Denver Nuggets were anxious to start the regular season with a win over the New Orleans Pelicans Wednesday. Denver’s Jusuf Nuric ended the night with a team-leading 23 points, followed closely by Will Barton, who earned 22. Their hard work helped the Nuggets overcome an impressive performance from New Orleans’ Anthony Davis, who finished the night with seven steals, five assists, four blocks, 50 points and 16 rebounds for the Pelicans. Davis’ effort was huge, but he simply didn’t have enough help from his teammates, handing Denver the win. With that momentum, the Nuggets will return to Mile High City for their home opener this Saturday, Oct. 29, against the Trail Blazers. Tickets are available for $28 and up.
The Denver Nuggets play in a loaded Western Conference, and making a run to the playoffs is never an easy task for this team. However, the Nuggets seem to be in a good position to post a winning record and punch a ticket to the postseason. The team started the preseason going 2-2, but the record is less important than how the team is playing as a unit. Kenneth Faried seems energized and it looks as though this Denver team has multiple players who will be able to score the ball from anywhere on the court. The team’s home opener will be on October 29 against the Trail Blazers, and tickets start as low as $27.
It’s been three years since the Denver Nuggets made it to the post season, but the attitude around the locker room is that the team can and will be one of the top eight in the West when the regular season comes to an end. Players like Wilson Chandler and Darrell Arthur took big steps forward last year and will look to help push the Nuggets squad to the next level in the 2016-2017 season. The Nuggets’ offense really came to life in the second half of last year, so if the players can improve on defense this team has a legitimate shot. The season will tip off in Denver on October 29 when the Trailblazers come to town, and tickets start as low as $33.
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