Mike Singer is the Denver Nuggets beat writer for The Denver Post. A Cleveland native, he is also the former NBA editor at USA TODAY. He previously covered the Chicago Bulls for CSNChicago.com and worked at CBSSports.com.
As devastating as Davis’ 3-pointer was, it’s going to take two more wins before the never-say-die Nuggets even consider breaking down camp.
The Denver Nuggets authored a story so audacious Tuesday night it could’ve only happened inside a Disney bubble.
Sometime between Paul Millsap’s personal scoring spree, or Mason Plumlee’s alley-oop jam, or Michael Porter Jr.’s clutch 3-pointer late in Friday’s Game 5, a thought struck Nuggets coach Michael Malone.
The Denver Nuggets have some cockroach in them.
A frustrated Michael Porter Jr. said his quiet second half in Game 4 had nothing to do with the Clippers’ defense.
The Nuggets were in command of Monday’s Game 3, poised to take an edge in their Western Conference semifinal series over the favored Clippers. And then Los Angeles flexed its...
Instead of folding, the Nuggets fought.
When Adrian Rocha packed up Jamal Murray’s hand-painted, custom kicks, he had no idea if he would ever see them again.
Donovan Mitchell’s tomahawk slam had so much power it could’ve burst the NBA’s bubble.
In case there was any question whether NBA playoff tension would translate to the bubble, Monday’s Game 1 delivered with a resounding yes.