The Denver Nuggets: A Dangerous Team with Dangerous Tendencies

November 30th, 2009 by Courtzide Seatz Leave a reply »

Sunday night’s loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves exemplified everything good and bad about the Denver Nuggets.


In the first half, they were high octane, frenzied, and hitting on all cylinders. They dropped 40 in the first quarter alone, with Carmelo seemingly on his way to another 50 point performance with 19 points in the quarter.


The Nuggets entered halftime with a 14 point lead and seemed to be on cruise control, but that is exactly where their problem always starts and ends.


They started the third quarter with the mindset that they already had the game in hand, and their performance reflected this attitude. They came out lackadaisical and played uninspired basketball allowing the Timberwolves to score the first 14 points of the quarter to tie the game. ...

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