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Font Resize nba Nuggets not expecting "cakewalk" Friday vs. struggling L.A. Lakers The Denver Post Posted: 03/07/2014 11:46:37 AM MST Updated: 03/07/2014 11:48:53 AM MST The second game of a back-to-back stretch is always a grind in the NBA.
Nuggets coach Brian Shaw turned the spotlight on himself in juggling things to fix the defensive woes his team has experienced essentially all season...If it were up to the players, they'd switch everything, but the defensive-minded Shaw isn't about
Brian Shaw found himself in a downright defensive mood at practice. Barry Gutierrez AP Photo Denver Nuggets' Ty Lawson stands with his teammates for the National Anthem as he makes his return after a nine game break before an NBA basketball game
Lakers star forward Pau Gasol publicly questioned his team's discipline after a loss to the Indiana Pacers. Lakers coach Mike D'Antoni fumed, then shot back through the media that Gasol should keep those comments in-house. D'Antoni wasn't fully
They entered the weekend with six victories in their past 21 games. And on cue, after each loss, their beleaguered first-year coach, Brian Shaw, berates his team in the locker room, then again to the media a few minutes later...But I think everything
Now, in his first head-coaching job with the Denver Nuggets, it's tough for Shaw to watch and be unable to inject that grit into his team. Shaw acknowledges injuries have robbed the Nuggets of their depth. His squad isn't close to the team that
When he's able to return from a fractured rib remains a question mark. But one thing's for certain, the Nuggets don't plan to shut him down. "No, I don't think so," coach Brian Shaw said Friday. "I think that you still want him to get back and play."
Mozgov needed the confidence and trust that when Nuggets coach Brian Shaw told him he would play this season, he meant it. Teammates needed the confidence that Mozgov would handle passes thrown to him...But Mozgov has been arguably the most improved
The snapshot is as classic as most any image in NBA history Dikembe Mutombo on Seattle's KeyArena floor, clutching a basketball and sporting a huge smile. Moments earlier, the Nuggets had become the first eighth seed to defeat a top seed when they
And they'll take it. "I normally like to face a team when they're at full strength, to get the best out of us and the best out of them," Nuggets coach Brian Shaw said. Then he smiled. "But this is one instance where after that 44 that he gave us, his