Tag "Mason Plumlee"

Detroit Pistons Season Recap

The Detroit Pistons are in a full-fledged rebuild. After a few years of trying to stay relevant in the Eastern Conference, the team announced that they will be rebuilding in the 2020-2021 season.

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NBA DFS: Livi Locks 2/28/2021

We are back with another edition of Livi Locks. There’s a jam-packed night ahead of us starting at 7 p.m. EST. With eight games being played, there are a lot of players to choose from.

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Nuggets Open the Season with a Win

The Portland Trailblazers hadn’t lost a home opener at the Moda Center since 2000. Their run of 18 straight was good the longest active streak in the NBA until the Denver Nuggets came rolling into town with a chip on

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Bol Bol can Stake his Own Family Legacy Claim

What kind of expectations should the Nuggets faithful have as it pertains to 2019 second round draft pick Bol Bol?

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Playoff Preview: Denver Nuggets vs. Portland Trail Blazers

Two teams that continue to surprise from the beginning of the season even to now as we get into the Western Conference Semifinals are facing off in the second round of the Western Conference Playoffs. The Nuggets find themselves in a place the franchise hasn’t been in a decade, the second round. It wasn’t a pretty series, but they now have the playoff experience that they lacked after going seven games and getting past the San Antonio Spurs. The Portland Trail Blazers are another team that is seeming to get hot at the right time. Damian Lillard is looking nearly unstoppable – watch his game five buzzer beater over Paul George to win the series against the Oklahoma City Thunder if you need an example. CJ McCollum is healthy and playing well. Those two playing well together is making them one of the most dangerous backcourt duos in the league today. These two teams are divisional rivals and always play competitive and spirited games every time the two teams are on the court. Here’s what to expect in this matchup of the Western Conference Semifinals.

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Denver is Finally Shortening the Rotation

Michael Malone, during his post-game press conference after Tuesday night’s win against Minnesota, came right out and said, “I made the decision to shorten the rotation, only play 8 guys in the first quarter, and I’m going to continue to do that for the time being.” That rotation included the regular starters in Murray, Harris, Barton, Millsap, Jokic, and the 3 most crucial bench pieces with Morris, Beasley, and Plumlee.

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It’s Only Been Half the Season, but the Nuggets are Finally Getting Much Deserved Attention

Since the offseason, ESPN analyst Jalen Rose has been saying that this Denver Nuggets team can be a strong contender – a dark horse, able to hold its own even with the front runner Rockets and Warriors.

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