Tag Archives: Isaiah Thomas

Denver is Finally Shortening the Rotation

Zach Gotlieb | March 15th, 2019

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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Why Isaiah Thomas Cannot Continue to Stay in the Nuggets Rotation Down the Stretch

Zach Gotlieb | March 6th, 2019

It’s only been 7 games since Isaiah Thomas’ return and the honeymoon phase with fans and local media is already wearing off. I get it, he hasn’t played in 11 months and he’s going to have to find that groove again and work his way back and that’s all well and good, but not here and certainly not at this point in the season.

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The Nuggets Decided to Stand Pat at the Trade Deadline. What Does that Mean Going Forward?

Zach Gotlieb | February 11th, 2019

It was a wild day at the NBA Trade Deadline. Lots of moves were made. The Philadelphia 76ers acquired Tobias Harris, the Toronto Raptors snatched Marc Gasol, and the Los Angeles Lakers did NOT get Anthony Davis, despite an offer that included upwards of six players including key core pieces and multiple first round draft picks. The Denver Nuggets, however, decided not to make a move at the deadline and frankly, it may have been for the best.

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Avery Bradley’s Descent Into Basketball Purgatory

Josh Elias | February 5th, 2019

It’s easy to forget that, just two short years ago, Avery Bradley was both the second option offensively for a contending team and one of the consensus best perimeter defenders in the world.

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

Zach Gotlieb | January 11th, 2019

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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