Lessons from Spain: Nuggets coach Jordi Fernandez fears coronavirus on two continents

At least three times every day, Nuggets assistant trainer Jordi Fernandez transports to Spain, in which cousins, uncles, aunt, his parents, sister, grandma and friends all grapple with their new reality. The FaceTime calls supply a little reprieve for both Fernandez, 37, who’s watched as the yanks from afar at the threads of their own
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Nuggets Journal: NBA’s return – and postseason – hinges on these four factors

A little more than fourteen days into the coronavirus hiatus and NBA heads are becoming restless. Players whose bodies have been conditioned to ramp up their performance are currently stewing. Trainers who would ordinarily be scouting playoff competitions are left with an void. Media, typically tasked with figuring tiebreak scenarios out are forced to speculate.
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Nuggets rewind: From embarrassing to stunning, the 8 moments that defined Denver’s season

Whichever way the time went, it was definitely going to be memorable. The Nuggets would capitalize on year &rsquo effort and establish that their staying power or discriminated beneath the stress of expectations. Though the Nuggets skidded into the hiatus with six losses in their past 11 matches, theyrsquo;t experienced a season up to now.
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Nuggets/Avalanche ticket holders in limbo amid postponed seasons for coronavirus pandemic

Martin Letain is a lifelong Colorado Avalanche fan. The Canadian proposed to attend his first game at Pepsi Center at mid-March when he bought two tickets months in advance of puck fall against the Vancouver Canucks. The game date was a sign Friday the 13th. “It was really poor timing,” Letain stated. “I was dreaming
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NBA Journal: Basketball isn’t close to returning. What will it look like when it does?

If we’t learned anything concerning COVID-19 and how it relates to the NBA, it’s that Commissioner Adam Silver’s first 30-day timeframe to close the league down was conservative. If it supposed games could be performed on the other side of this hiatus Nearly anybody would take a long-sleeved suspension. But a little more than a
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Member of Nuggets organization tests positive for COVID-19, team announces

The Denver Nuggets announced that a part of the company tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday. Related Articles Legends employee who recently worked at Pepsi Center tests positive for coronavirus Schubert: Even as matches stop, The Denver Post won’t relent in its sport policy Nuggets allowed to return to one third work outs; NBA memo
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Jamal Murray powers Nuggets past NBA-best Bucks

The Nuggets discovered a slice of the electricity and poise they’ve been looking for Monday night. Against the Milwaukee Bucks, that had been without reigning MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo and chosen not to play all-star Khris Middleton, the Nuggets discovered a semblance of rhythm within their 109-95 victory at the Pepsi Center that they’ll desperately need
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Kiz vs. Singer: Have Giannis Antetokounmpo and Nikola Jokic left U.S. basketball in their dust?

Kiz: Lucky Nuggets. No Greek Freak in uniform Monday night in the Pepsi Center. But the rest of the NBA may ’t avoid Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Reality. The most persuasive players 25-years old or younger in the NBA are Nuggets center Nikola Jokic (Serbia) and Antetokounmpo (Greece) and Luka Doncic (Slovenia), who’s almost unstoppable
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Nuggets Insider: Denver has a first-round draft pick again. Here’s who mock drafters have the team selecting

Miss Juancho Hernangomez and Malik Beasley? Yeah, we do too. If it’s any comfort, the two of them are flourishing in their newfound roles since being traded to Minnesota, with Beasley (21.1 ppg) and Juancho (14.0 ppg) both averaging double-digit points per game. Not enough to ease your pain? Well, there’s always that first-round draft
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Nuggets takeaways: Why Jamal Murray’s monster dunk that “got the building lit” should have counted

Nuggets point guard Jamal Murray threw down one of the best dunks you’ll ever witness. And, the only thing crueler than his posterization of Bucks forward D.J. Wilson Monday night at the Pepsi Center was an offensive foul call that waived off the slam. The dunk came with 9.8 seconds left in the third quarter
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