Worried? Jamal Murray wouldn’t even entertain the thought.
The Nuggets ended their four-game road trip Sunday night in Atlanta with a 123-115 dud.
When Jamal Murray insisted he wasn’t worried following Wednesday’s dispiriting loss at Washington, maybe he knew something the rest of us didn’t.
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For a half, the Nuggets were gravy. But then the third quarter struck again.
Nikola Jokic did everything and more Friday night. The help he needed was nowhere to be found.
If it was a beauty contest, the Nuggets would’ve been embarrassed. Not that they have any reason to apologize.
For the second consecutive game, Nikola Jokic sat casually on the sidelines as the fourth quarter elapsed. Given the work Denver’s franchise superstar had already done, that’s exactly how the Nuggets would like it.
If Gary Harris is hitting, the Nuggets’ offense teeters on unstoppable.
No one felt sorry for the Nuggets last season when they had just seven players available. In desperate need of a win, Denver wasn’t about to take it easy against a depleted Sixers team facing a similar COVID-induced predicament.