Archive for May, 2008

Denver Nuggets Getting Inside

Even if the Nuggets want to blow up the team, it will take a lot of dynamite. Nuggets brass held meetings in May to discuss next season.

Denver Nuggets Notes, Quotes

Allen Iverson and Carmelo Anthony scored, scored and then scored some more. Media members around the NBA were not impressed.

Frei: Best move to keep Melo, A.I.

A Nuggets forward from a marquee college program, who came to the NBA after playing in the Final Four championship game, was a passive defender and was allergic to rebounding.

Pro-GOP Kroenke not allergic to sales

What does he know? How to win Billionaire sports magnate Stan Kroenke may be backing the Republicans, but he’s happy to join the Democrats planning the upcoming convention in Denver.

LINCICOME: Marsh-Melo still has chance to be s’more

Should the Nuggets trade Carmelo Anthony this offseason? Yes, but only if they get something really good in return like a top player and a Top 5 draft pick this year.

Allen Iverson Will He Ever Win a Championship

Allen Iverson is one of the greatest players to play the great game of basketball. via Associated Content

T! True Hardwood Story: The NBA All Star Weekend

However, since then, the NBA All Star weekend has lost its luster, the big names refuse to participate in the dunk contest, none of the newer contests have the feel of the old ones and of course the game itself … via ArmchairGM

At what price Carmelo?

The buzz out of Denver is that there are no untouchables. That means for a team trying to reinvent itself, there could be plenty for the Heat to grab hold of. via Miami Heat

Denver Scribe To ‘Melo : Why Can’t You Be More Like The Accused Rapist?

Posted in Basketball at 8:29 pm by GC The Rocky Mountain News ‘ Bernie Lincicome acknowledges Kobe Bryant winning his first NBA MVP Award yesterday, and wonders if the Nuggets’ anti-snitching specialist Carmelo … via Can’t Stop The Bleeding

Nuggets shut out of All-NBA teams

Depsite having two players among the league’s leading scorers through most of the season, the Denver Nuggets were shut out of voting for the All-NBA team Thursday. via Denver Post

Anthony can learn from Bryant’s journey

Andrew D. Bernstein / Nbae Via Getty Images/2007 Nuggets forward Carmelo Anthony, left, likely can step over hurdles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant needed to leap after being accused of rape in Colorado and, at one … via Rocky Mountain News

Iverson’s status top priority for NuggetsAllen Iverson’s camp has…

Go to the mobile version of this Web site. Iverson’s status top priority for Nuggets By Chris Tomasson , Rocky Mountain News Originally published 07:08 p.m., April 29, 2008 Updated 07:08 p.m., April 29, 2008 … via Rocky Mountain News

(4) Utah Jazz (0-0) at (1) Los Angeles Lakers (0-0),

The top-seeded Los Angeles Lakers and the fourth-seeded Utah Jazz battle this afternoon at the Staples Center in Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals. via Miami Herald

LINCICOME: Karl’s get-tough talk rings hollowAmazingly, George Karl…

Amazingly, George Karl did not fire himself. That appears to be what it will take. via Rocky Mountain News

Karl Says He’ll Run Tighter Ship Next Season

“And I think players anticipate some changes.”

Another first-round flameout by the talented but disjointed Denver Nuggets has convinced coach George Karl he has to be tougher on his players next season.

“I think the players have kind of done it their way more often than doing it my way,” Karl said of the past two seasons. “As an organization, as a coaching staff, as a team, we’re going to have to address that next year.”

The Nuggets, who lacked defensive discipline and often were reluctant to share the basketball, were swept by the Los Angeles Lakers in the first round of the playoffs, becoming the first 50-win team in NBA history to get whitewashed in the postseason. Read more