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Past 10 meetings

W 30% (3) L 70% (7)
  • Nuggets @ Warriors 98-102 L
  • Warriors @ Nuggets 121-126 W
  • Warriors @ Nuggets 118-113 L
  • Nuggets @ Warriors 106-126 L
  • Nuggets @ Warriors 107-123 L
  • Lakers @ Nuggets 146-141 L
  • Grizzlies @ Nuggets 109-122 W
  • Spurs @ Nuggets 116-97 L
  • Nuggets @ Lakers 129-118 W
  • Timberwolves @ Nuggets 136-130 L

Denver Nuggets DRAFT

Temporada Jugador Ronda General Posicion Escuela | Equipo
2022-2023 21 Round 1 Christian Braun F Kansas
2021-2022 26 Round 1
2020-2021 22 Round 1 Zeke Nnaji C Arizona
2018-2019 14 Round 1 Michael Porter Jr. PF Missouri
2018-2019 13 Round 2 Justin Jackson PF Maryland
2018-2019 28 Round 2 Thomas Welsh C UCLA
2017-2018 13 Round 1 Donovan Mitchell SG Louisville
2017-2018 19 Round 2 Vlatko Cancar SF KK Mega Leks (Serbia)
2017-2018 21 Round 2 Monte Morris PG Iowa St.
2016-2017 7 Round 1 Jamal Murray PG Kentucky
2016-2017 15 Round 1 Juan Hernangomez PF Movistar Estudiantes (Spain)
2016-2017 19 Round 1 Malik Beasley SG Florida State
2016-2017 23 Round 2 Petr Cornelie PF Le Mans Sarthe Basket (France)
2016-2017 26 Round 2 Daniel Hamilton SF Connecticut
2015-2016 7 Round 1 Emmanuel Mudiay PG Guangdog Southern Tigers (China)
2015-2016 27 Round 2 Nikola Radicevic PG Sevilla (Spain)
2014-2015 11 Round 1 Doug McDermott SF Creighton
2014-2015 11 Round 2 Nikola Jokic C Mega Vizura (Serbia)
2014-2015 26 Round 2 Devyn Marble SF Iowa
2013-2014 27 Round 1 Rudy Gobert PF Cholet Basket (France)
2012-2013 20 1 Evan Fournier G Poiters Basket 86 (France)
2012-2013 8 2 Quincy Miller F Baylor
2012-2013 20 2 Izzet Turkyilmaz C Banvit (Turkey)
2011-2012 22 1 Kenneth Faried F Morehead St.
2009-2010 4 2 Sergio Llull PG Real Madrid

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How is the Denver Nuggets' History?

The Denver Nuggets are a basketball team based in Denver, Colorado. The Nuggets play in the Western Conference Northwest Division of the NBA.

 

The team was launched as the Denver Larks in 1967 as a charter franchise of the American Basketball Association (ABA). Still, before their first season, they changed their name to Rockets. In 1974, the Nuggets were renamed the Nuggets. In 1976, the Nuggets played for the ABA Championship, but were defeated by the New York Nets after changing their identity.

 

The team's success was limited, but they did make it to the ABA Playoffs every year from 1967 through 1976. They lost in each finals match-up against other top teams at that time period. The squad qualified for the NBA playoffs on a routine basis throughout the 1980s and 1990s. Since 2004, ten consecutive seasons have been reached by the team.

 

The Denver Nuggets, on the other hand, have not participated in the NBA Finals since their final season in the ABA. As a result, they are also the only one of the four surviving former ABA teams to never reach that milestone. The Denver Nuggets play their home games at the Ball Arena, also home to the NHL's Colorado Avalanche and NLL's Colorado Mammoth.

 

How Were the Denver Nuggets Founded?

The first Denver Nuggets were founded before the 1948-1949 National Basketball League (NBL) season. The NBL merged with the Basketball Association of America (BAA) to form the NBA for the 1949-1950 season, at which time Denver played its inaugural campaign. Before folding, it played one more season in 1949-1950.

 

In 1967, the Kansas City Association of arches and pioneers awarded one of its first franchises to a group in Denver. However, unable to use an arena, they moved across state lines, becoming known as Larks which is what Colorado's state bird stands for.

 

Bill Ringsby, the owner of a large trucking firm, bought a controlling interest in the team for $350,000. The team's name was changed to the Rockets for seven seasons after Ringsby acquired a two-thirds majority share.

 

In 1974, the NBA was preparing for its first season with 12 teams, and Houston had already licensed their name to another group. Denver residents held an official contest that would ultimately choose a new team moniker- the Nuggets to avoid confusion between two competing franchises in similar markets using essentially the same logos (and colors). It is a moniker that would become popular and last longer than any other previous iteration of our city's sports team.

How is the Denver Nuggets' Carmelo Anthony Era?

The Nuggets struck gold with Carmelo Anthony with the third pick in 2002, seizing on one of the worst draft mistakes in team history by selecting Nikoloz Tskitishvili fifth overall in 2003.

 

The Nuggets had not been to the playoffs in eight consecutive seasons before Carmelo arrived, but since his trade, they've made it every year. Even though he was traded at midseason during the 2010-11 season with them still competing for division titles and a shot at an NBA title (which did not happen), Anthony's value gave Denver what it needed. The  pieces necessary towards continuing their success as Northwest Division Champions.

 

Anthony started every game he appeared in for the Nuggets and averaged 24.8 points and 36.4 minutes per game. Anthony led the Nuggets to the Western Conference Finals in 2009, a feat that has only happened twice previously for the team.

 

Anthony only needed seven-and-a-half seasons to score 13,970 points, which is third-best in Nuggets history. There hasn't been a more versatile scorer in Denver since his ability to shoot from the outside, create his shot, and finish in traffic.

 

Following his All-Rookie First Team selection, Carmelo was a four-time All-Star, an All-NBA Second Team, and a three-time All-NBA Third Team choice.

 

The table below shows the recent season and career summary of Carmelo Anthony:

 

 

2021-2022 Summary

Career Summary

G

69

1260

PTS

13.3

22.5

TRB

4.2

6.2

AST

1.0

2.7

FG %

44.1

44.7

FG 3%

37.5

35.5

FT %

83.0

81.4

eFG %

54.4

48.5

PER

14.8

19.5

WS

3.6

108.5

 

How is the Denver Nuggets Alex English Era?

Alex English was a journeyman player who bounced around the league after being traded by the Milwaukee Bucks and Indiana Pacers, spending under three and a half years between those clubs.

 

While spending the rest of his career in Denver, English established himself as one of the NBA's greatest big men. After finishing the regular season with 21.3 points and 9.4 rebounds per game, he flourished with the Nuggets for over a decade. He was an ideal match for Doug Moe's up-tempo offense, allowing him to blossom.

 

He was a three-time All-NBA Second Team selection and eight-time All-Star who led the Nuggets to nine straight playoff appearances and a Western Conference Finals appearance in 1985.

 

Since then, the Nuggets have only managed to return once.

 

During his two seasons with the Nuggets, Alex English averaged 25.9 points, 5.6 rebounds, and 4.4 assists per game. He currently leads the Nuggets in scoring (21,645), offensive rebounds (2,038), assists (3,679), and games played (837).

 

Given that no current Denver players rank in the top 10 in any of these categories, with the exception of Andre Miller on the assist list (801 behind English), English's accomplishments should last a long time.

In 1997, English became the first player in NBA history to record eight-consecutive seasons with at least 2,000 points. He currently stands 13th on that list and has 25613 career-scoring achievements.

 

The table below shows the career summary of Alex English:

 

Career Summary

G

1193

PTS

21.5

TRB

5.5

AST

3.6

FG %

50.7

FG 3%

21.7

FT %

83.2

eFG %

50.7

PER

19.9

WS

100.7

 

How is the Denver Nuggets Marcus Camby Era?

Marcus Camby was the force inside that the Nuggets needed to compete with Shaquille O'Neals and Tim Duncans of the West, coming in after great shot-blockers like McDyess and Mutombo.

 

Camby spent six seasons with the Nuggets, and in five of them, he received 10+ rebounds every season. Cambey averaged a double-double in three of those six years against Toronto. He also amassed an average of three blocks per game for his career in Denver.



Camby was named Defensive Player of the Year in the NBA in 2006–07. Camby was honored for the first time in the league. The real trophy was presented to him during a pregame ceremony on April 28, 2007, during the Nuggets' first playoff game of the 2006–07 season against the San Antonio Spurs.

 

Camby had his second triple-double of the 2007–08 season on March 16, 2008, when he had 13 points, 15 rebounds, and 10 assists in a truly memorable 168–116 home win in regulatory oversight over the Seattle SuperSonics (its most points scored in company history — fourth most in Basketball history — for a non-overtime game).

 

Camby's consistency helps him rank sixth all-time in Nuggets rebounds with 4,117 and second in blocks with 1,126 rejections.

 

Camby led them to an NBA playoff appearance in his first season with the team and won their division. He was rewarded for this success by being named both All-Defensive First Team and Second teams in 2007.

 

After the Nuggets traded for Camby from the Knicks, the franchise's resurgence began to take shape.

 

The table below shows the career summary of Marcus Camby:

 

Career Summary

G

973

PTS

9.5

TRB

9.8

AST

1.9

FG %

46.6

FG 3%

20.5

FT %

67.0

eFG %

46.8

PER

17.8

WS

81.6

What are the Symbols of Denver Nuggets?

The Nuggets' first logo was Maxie the Miner, a cartoon depiction of a Yukon Cornelius-style prospector who is ecstatic, leaping into the air and holding an ABA basketball while wearing an orange miner's helmet. Red letters "Denver" and "Nuggets," along with a distinct typeface.

What is the Denver Nuggets' Logo?

The logo of Denver Nuggets had gone through several historical changes. The visual identity history of the basketball team from Denver, Colorado, has been dominated by two primary concepts: Maxie the Miner, the club's mascot, and mountain ranges, which commemorate the motherland State of the club and its environment.

 

The club's first logo was created right even when it became known that a team would exist under this name. It's a minimalist and clean badge with red basketball paced on white background, with double black outlines and a horizontal banner reading "Rockets'. The inscription around the ball's perimeter is placed simply by means' Denver Kingsby System".

 

The Nuggets' design was completely revamped in 1971, switching the color palette to yellow and purple and adopting a comedic caricature instead of a simple, laconic composition. The bright rocket flew over a mountain range with a basketball on its backdrop. The wordmark encircled the emblem's circular perimeter, which was written in an all-capital purple sans-serif typeface.

 

The new name was introduced in the same year, accompanied by a new logo. It was a comical blue, red, and white image of Maxie the Miner, a beard-miner who was subsequently nicknamed after him. He was depicted leaping above Ted's fashionable sans-serif inscription in blue and blue.

 

The club's new logo, introduced in 1981, featured a cool disco design. It was a rainbow-hued half-circle arched from the center and had an upper section curved outward. There was a Denver terrain on the backdrop of white mountain peaks in the emblem. The wordmark, which was printed in black, utilized the same typeface as the previous logo and was positioned below the photograph.

 

In 1993, the Nuggets unveiled a new logo. It was a sleek and elegant emblem with the royal blue and white mountain, a crimson arched banner with the white "Denver" on it, and an expanded gold "Nuggets" inscription in a bold serif typeface beneath the arch.

 

In 2008, the Denver Nuggets' color scheme was further enhanced. The shades of blue and yellow became darker and more intense, and the arched banner was now executed in light blue, reflecting the cold and snow of famous Colorado mountains.

 

In 2018, the Nuggets' logo was redesigned. Today it's a dark blue circular badge with a white frame and a double yellow Ted silhouette in a single yellow and Red outline. The badge's center features two miner hammers crossed above a yellow and white basketball and beneath the image of the mountains. Two fancy yellow stars separate the inscription's two parts.

How is the Denver Nuggets' Uniform?

The Denver Nuggets uniform features a blue and yellow color combination. The Nuggets updated their logos and uniforms for the 2018-19 season, which feature a range of color schemes that the team has previously utilized. The new color scheme features midnight blue (navy), sunshine yellow, flatiron red (maroon), and skyline blue (royal). The latter color is only utilized on the "Statement" jersey and two of the team's new alternate logos.

 

The franchise's primary color, powder blue, which had been a part of the team's palette since 2003, was phased out from all logos and uniforms. The home white "Association" jersey has "Nuggets" in flatirons red, with sunshine yellow trim and midnight blue numbers with sunshine yellow trim, while the midnight blue "Icon" jersey has "Denver" in sunshine yellow, with flatirons red trim and white numbers with flatirons red trim.

 

Mountain peak striping and a pickaxe emblem on the waistband complete the uniform sets, while the jerseys have white "Mile High City" in dark blue letters surrounding brilliant yellow numbers, and a midnight blue mountain summit silhouette and a sunny yellow pick ax logo on either side of the shorts.

 

The waistline is adorned with a modernized version of the skyline logo. The old "pickaxe logo," which had been the Nuggets' alternate emblem since 2005, was adopted as the team's new primary identifier. As a result, the Denver Nuggets replaced their snow-capped mountain/enlarged western logo, which had served as the team's primary logo (in three distinct forms) since 1993. The colors on the circular pick ax graphic were also modified to match the new color scheme of the franchise.



What are the Denver Nuggets' Colors?

On the Denver Nuggets logo, there are two hues of blue: navy and light blue. The image has more depth with the addition of yellow, while gold adds contrast. White is employed as a secondary color to add visual interest.

 

Color

Hex Color

RGB

CMYK

Pantone

Midnight Blue

#0E2240

13 34 64

100 76 12 70

PMS 289 C

Skyline Blue

#1D428A

29 66 138

100 86 15 3

PMS 7687 C

Sunshine Yellow

#FEC524

255 198 39

0 24 91 0

PMS 123 C

Flatirons Red

#8B2131

139 35 50

29 96 76 29

PMS 202 C

 

Who are the Denver Nuggets' Players?

This season, the Denver Nuggets starting lineup was centered on Nikola Jokic. With Jamal Murray and Michael Porter Jr. out, the team had a rotating cast of unusual starters. Morris is in command as the point guard, taking over as a regular starter in Murray's absence this year. When healthy, Aaron Gordon and Nikola Vucevic are regular fixtures in the group. Jeff Green will most often start for the Nuggets this season, but that may change next year. You can learn about the current and projected starting lineups for the Denver Nuggets.

 

The Denver Nuggets, under head coach Michael Malone, is an American professional basketball team that plays in the National Basketball Association (NBA). He has previously been the head coach of the Sacramento Kings and the New York Knicks. Malone served as an assistant coach for the Cleveland Cavaliers, New Orleans Hornets, Golden State Warriors, and New York Knicks before joining forces with the Nuggets.

 

On December 24, the Nuggets announced that Malone had signed a four-year contract extension. The Nuggets would be the first in league history to overcome three 3–1 deficits in a single postseason, overcoming the Utah Jazz and Los Angeles Clippers in seven games after trailing 3–1 each series during the 2020 NBA playoffs. Denver was beaten by the eventual NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers in the Western Conference Finals despite the team's historic run. On March 23, 2022, Malone and the Nuggets reached a multi-year contract extension.

 

Here’s an overview of the current players of the Denver Nuggets:



Name 

POS

AGE

HT

WT

COLLEGE

SALARY

Will Barton5

SF

31

6' 5"

181 lbs

Memphis

$15,625,000

Facundo Campazzo7

PG

31

5' 10"

195 lbs

--

$3,200,000

Vlatko Cancar31

SF

25

6' 8"

236 lbs

--

$1,782,621

DeMarcus Cousins4

C

31

6' 10"

270 lbs

Kentucky

$431,684

Bryn Forbes6

SG

28

6' 2"

205 lbs

Michigan State

$4,500,000

Aaron Gordon50

PF

26

6' 8"

235 lbs

Arizona

$16,409,091

JaMychal Green0

PF

31

6' 8"

227 lbs

Alabama

$8,200,000

Jeff Green32

PF

35

6' 8"

235 lbs

Georgetown

$4,500,000

Markus Howard00

PG

23

5' 10"

175 lbs

Marquette

--

Bones Hyland3

PG

21

6' 2"

169 lbs

Virginia Commonwealth

$2,096,880

Nikola Jokic15

C

27

6' 11"

284 lbs

--

$31,579,390

Monte Morris11

PG

26

6' 2"

183 lbs

Iowa State

$8,449,074

Jamal Murray27

PG

25

6' 3"

215 lbs

Kentucky

$29,467,800

Zeke Nnaji22

PF

21

6' 9"

240 lbs

Arizona

$2,498,760

Michael Porter Jr.1

SF

23

6' 10"

218 lbs

Missouri

$5,258,735

Davon Reed9

SG

26

6' 5"

206 lbs

Miami (FL)

--

Austin Rivers25

SG

29

6' 4"

200 lbs

Duke

$1,669,178

 

How did New Ownerships Affect the Denver Nuggets?

The Denver Nuggets are still looking for their first championship in the franchise's 16-year history. Ownership instability was a key reason for the team's problems in the late 1990s. In 1995, COMSAT bought the NHL's Quebec Nordiques and relocated them to Denver as the Colorado Avalanche.

 

However, the diversification of its activities into sports ownership proved a financial drain for the firm. Investors were enraged by cost overruns at Pepsi Center, built with tax dollars.

 

In the summer of 1997, COMSAT agreed to sell Ascent Entertainment Group, which included the Avalanche and Nuggets, to Liberty Media in principle. However, at the time (though it has since acquired the Atlanta Braves), Liberty was not interested in sports ownership, making the deal dependent on Ascent selling the Avalanche and Nuggets.

 

The Avalanche and Nuggets were sold to the Walmart heirs Bill and Nancy Laurie for $400 million in late 2016. However, a group of Ascent shareholders sued, claiming that the sales price was far too low. The Ascent reached an agreement to sell the Avalanche and Nuggets to Denver banking billionaire Donald Sturm for $461 million.

 

However, when the city of Denver refused to hand over the property on which Pepsi Center stood unless Sturm agreed to keep the Avalanche and Nuggets in Denver for at least 25 years, a problem arose. Sturm had bought the teams directly, and the city was concerned about protecting taxpayers if Sturm died or sold them.

 

Even after the city showed its resolve to keep him, Sturm was unwilling to accept a long-term obligation in case he died or sold the team. The Nuggets and Avalanche remained on the market after Liberty acquired all of Ascent, although they kept the name.

 

When Issel was reinstated as head coach in 1999, he had to make several personnel changes because of the unstable ownership situation. Before the season opener, he informed the press that there would be no more roster moves until either Ascent/ Liberty or Sturm approved them. Otherwise, they'd risk losing games against teams.

 

In July 2000, real estate entrepreneur Stan Kroenke purchased the Avalanche, Nuggets, and Pepsi Center for $450 million. His wife Ann is Nancy Laurie's sister. Kroenke, in turn, bought a 6.5 percent stake in the club. As part of the agreement, Kroenke put the teams into a trust to keep them in Denver until at least 2025. Kroenke established Kroenke Sports Enterprises to handle his sports interests following the transaction.

Who are the rivals of the Denver Nuggets?

The main rival of Denver Nuggets is the Utah Jazz. The Utah Jazz and the Denver Nuggets are still battling for supremacy in the Mile High City, despite Deron Williams and Carmelo Anthony competing for domination in New York.

 

The two teams are built similarly, with two deep units that lack a true NBA star. Given Utah's performance isn't a major letdown, these two clubs are expected to finish second in the Northwest Division and compete for second place in the Northwest behind Oklahoma City.

 

Although there is no pre-game or post-game trash-talking between these two teams, the extra fight and rougher fouls within Jazz-Nuggets games are readily apparent.

How is the Denver Nuggets' season-by-season record?

 

Here is a summary of the Denver Nuggets’ season-by-season record:



Season

Lg

Team

W

L

W/L%

Finish

SRS

 

Pace

Rel Pace

ORtg

Rel ORtg

DRtg

Rel DRtg

 

Playoffs

Coaches

Top WS

2021-22

NBA

Denver Nuggets*

48

34

0.585

2nd of 5

2.16

 

97.8

-0.4

114.5

2.5

112.1

0.1

 

 

M. Malone (48-34)

N. Jokic (15.2)

2020-21

NBA

Denver Nuggets*

47

25

0.653

2nd of 5

4.82

 

97.1

-2.1

117.1

4.8

112.1

-0.2

 

Lost W. Conf. Semis

M. Malone (47-25)

N. Jokic (15.6)

2019-20

NBA

Denver Nuggets*

46

27

0.63

1st of 5

2.35

 

97.1

-3.2

113.1

2.5

111

0.4

 

Lost W. Conf. Finals

M. Malone (46-27)

N. Jokic (9.8)

2018-19

NBA

Denver Nuggets*

54

28

0.659

1st of 5

4.19

 

97.7

-2.3

113

2.6

108.9

-1.5

 

Lost W. Conf. Semis

M. Malone (54-28)

N. Jokic (11.8)

2017-18

NBA

Denver Nuggets

46

36

0.561

5th of 5

1.57

 

96.8

-0.5

112.5

3.9

111

2.4

 

 

M. Malone (46-36)

N. Jokic (10.7)

2016-17

NBA

Denver Nuggets

40

42

0.488

4th of 5

0.7

 

98.3

1.9

113.2

4.4

112.7

3.9

 

 

M. Malone (40-42)

N. Jokic (9.7)

2015-16

NBA

Denver Nuggets

33

49

0.402

4th of 5

-2.81

 

95.7

-0.1

105.6

-0.8

108.9

2.5

 

 

M. Malone (33-49)

N. Jokic (6.7)

2014-15

NBA

Denver Nuggets

30

52

0.366

4th of 5

-3.07

 

96.1

2.2

104.5

-1.1

108.2

2.6

 

 

B. Shaw (20-39), M. Hunt (10-13)

T. Lawson (7.0)

2013-14

NBA

Denver Nuggets

36

46

0.439

4th of 5

-1.4

 

98.1

4.2

106

-0.7

108.2

1.5

 

 

B. Shaw (36-46)

K. Faried (6.5)

2012-13

NBA

Denver Nuggets*

57

25

0.695

2nd of 5

5.37

 

95.1

3.1

110.4

4.5

105.1

-0.8

 

Lost W. Conf. 1st Rnd.

G. Karl (57-25)

K. Faried (7.8)

2011-12

NBA

Denver Nuggets*

38

28

0.576

2nd of 5

3.16

 

94.2

2.9

109.2

4.6

106.2

1.6

 

Lost W. Conf. 1st Rnd.

G. Karl (38-28)

T. Lawson (6.9)

2010-11

NBA

Denver Nuggets*

50

32

0.61

2nd of 5

4.81

 

95.6

3.5

112.3

5

107.3

0

 

Lost W. Conf. 1st Rnd.

G. Karl (50-32)

N. Hilário (9.6)

2009-10

NBA

Denver Nuggets*

53

29

0.646

1st of 5

4.15

 

94.8

2.1

111.8

4.2

107.5

-0.1

 

Lost W. Conf. 1st Rnd.

G. Karl (53-29)

N. Hilário (10.8)

2008-09

NBA

Denver Nuggets*

54

28

0.659

1st of 5

3.13

 

94.3

2.6

110.4

2.1

106.8

-1.5

 

Lost W. Conf. Finals

G. Karl (54-28)

C. Billups (9.9)

2007-08

NBA

Denver Nuggets*

50

32

0.61

2nd of 5

3.74

 

99.7

7.3

110

2.5

106.3

-1.2

 

Lost W. Conf. 1st Rnd.

G. Karl (50-32)

A. Iverson (11.6)

2006-07

NBA

Denver Nuggets*

45

37

0.549

2nd of 5

1.69

 

97.4

5.5

107.6

1.1

105.9

-0.6

 

Lost W. Conf. 1st Rnd.

G. Karl (45-37)

M. Camby (7.6)

2005-06

NBA

Denver Nuggets*

44

38

0.537

1st of 5

0.36

 

93.9

3.4

105.5

-0.7

105.2

-1

 

Lost W. Conf. 1st Rnd.

G. Karl (44-38)

C. Anthony (9.4)

2004-05

NBA

Denver Nuggets*

49

33

0.598

2nd of 5

2.23

 

93.5

2.6

106

-0.1

103.9

-2.2

 

Lost W. Conf. 1st Rnd.

J. Bzdelik (13-15), M. Cooper (4-10), G. Karl (32-8)

A. Miller (7.0)

2003-04

NBA

Denver Nuggets*

43

39

0.524

6th of 7

1.65

 

93.3

3.2

103.9

1

102.7

-0.2

 

Lost W. Conf. 1st Rnd.

J. Bzdelik (43-39)

A. Miller (8.8)

2002-03

NBA

Denver Nuggets

17

65

0.207

7th of 7

-7.41

 

91

0

92.2

-11.4

101.3

-2.3

 

 

J. Bzdelik (17-65)

J. Howard (6.0)

2001-02

NBA

Denver Nuggets

27

55

0.329

6th of 7

-5.19

 

90.4

-0.3

101.4

-3.1

107.8

3.3

 

 

D. Issel (9-17), M. Evans (18-38)

R. LaFrentz (4.5)

2000-01

NBA

Denver Nuggets

40

42

0.488

6th of 7

-1.83

 

92.6

1.3

103.7

0.7

106.3

3.3

 

 

D. Issel (40-42)

A. McDyess (7.8)

1999-00

NBA

Denver Nuggets

35

47

0.427

5th of 7

-1.76

 

94.7

1.6

103.5

-0.6

105.8

1.7

 

 

D. Issel (35-47)

A. McDyess (6.2)

1998-99

NBA

Denver Nuggets

14

36

0.28

6th of 7

-6.67

 

90.5

1.6

103.1

0.9

110.4

8.2

 

 

M. D'Antoni (14-36)

D. Fortson (4.4)

1997-98

NBA

Denver Nuggets

11

71

0.134

7th of 7

-11.74

 

89.7

-0.6

99

-6

112.1

7.1

 

 

B. Hanzlik (11-71)

A. Goldwire (

 

What are the Denver Nuggets' Championships?

The Denver Nuggets have never won a championship, but they have amassed 11 division triumphs. The most recent of which was in 2020.

 

The Denver Nuggets were eliminated from the Western Conference Semifinals in four games. This wasn't how they imagined it would end, especially since Nikola Jokic was named league MVP. There were even expectations that, without Jamal Murray, Jokic and Michael Porter, Jr., the team would reach the Promised Land and capture the championship. This wasn't true last season. Unfortunately, the Mike Malone-led team in 2021-22 will meet a similar fate as it did last year.

 

The table below shows the team standing in the Northwest Conference during the 2019-2020 NBA season:

 

Team


W

L

PCT

GB

HOME

AWAY

DIV

CONF

PPG

OPP PPG

DIFF

STRK

L10

Denver Nuggets(3)

46

27

0.63

-

26-Nov

20-16

12-Feb

29-16

111.3

109.2

2.1

L3

04-Jun

Oklahoma City Thunder(5)

44

28

0.611

1.5

23-14

21-14

08-May

27-19

110.4

108.4

2

L1

06-Apr

Utah Jazz(6)

44

28

0.611

1.5

23-Dec

21-16

05-Jul

24-21

111.3

108.8

2.5

W1

04-Jun

Portland Trail Blazers(8)

35

39

0.473

11.5

21-15

14-24

05-Aug

20-27

115

116.1

-1.1

W3

07-Mar

Minnesota Timberwolves

19

45

0.297

22.5

Aug-24

Nov-21

02-Oct

Sep-30

113.3

117.5

-4.2

L3

03-Jul

 

The Denver Nuggets led the Northwest division having 46 wins.

 



What Is the Average Cost for Denver Nuggets Tickets?

 

The average cost of Denver Nuggets tickets is $102. Premium seats in CS124 and CS126 courtside seats for high-profile NBA games might cost more than $1,000 per ticket. Consider sections 124-126 if you want to save money on this section.

Where to Buy Denver Nuggets Tickets?

The official ticketing partner of the NBA, Ticketmaster, is where you'll find the best deals on Denver Mavericks tickets. Individual game tickets or season passes are available, and there are several seating options to fit any budget. The Denver Nuggets’' official website has both the NBA League Pass and game tickets for sale.



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