Pacers Beat Nuggets In OT; Oladipo Scores Career HighTrey Lyles led the Nuggets with a career-high 25 points, Gary Harris and Will Barton each had 21 points, and Wilson Chandler finished with 18.
Nuggets Overcome 14-Point First Quarter To Beat MagicKenneth Faried scored 20 points and the Denver Nuggets rebounded from a poor first quarter to beat the Orlando Magic 103-89 on Friday night.
Nuggets Fall To Pelicans On The RoadDeMarcus Cousins had 40 points and 22 rebounds to help New Orleans down Denver 123-114 on Wednesday night.
Mavericks Lead Wire-To-Wire To Beat Nuggets 122-105Denver played without two-thirds of its starting frontcourt as Paul Millsap and Nikola Jokic remained out.
Murray, Barton Lead Nuggets Over Lakers 115-100The Denver Nuggets' offense came alive just as their defense clamped down on the Los Angeles Lakers.
WATCH: Barton Scores 37 Points, Nuggets Rally To Beat BullsWill Barton provided the early spark, then delivered in the final moments to help the Denver Nuggets escape with a narrow victory.
Nuggets' Nikola Jokic Leaves Game With Sprained Left AnkleDenver center Nikola Jokic left the Nuggets' game Thursday night against Chicago with a sprained left ankle.
Jazz Run Away From Nuggets 106-77The Utah Jazz outscored the Denver Nuggets 58-28 in the second half Tuesday night and pulled away for a dominant victory.
Nugget Forward Paul Millsap Undergoes Surgery On Left WristDenver Nuggets forward Paul Millsap will be sidelined for several months after undergoing surgery on his left wrist.
Jokic Scores 28 Points, Nuggets Beat Grizzlies 104-92Nikola Jokic scored 14 of his 28 points in the fourth quarter and had 13 rebounds and eight assists to help the Denver Nuggets beat the Memphis Grizzlies 104-92 on Friday night.
Nuggets Could Lose All-Star Paul Millsap For 3 MonthsThe Denver Nuggets say they're exploring options to repair All-Star Paul Millsap's torn ligament in his left wrist amid concerns he'll need surgery that will sideline him until late February.
Nuggets Beat Kings On The Road Without Malone, 2 StartersMinus their coach and two starters, Denver pulled away in the third quarter to beat the Sacramento Kings 114-98 on Monday night.