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    Getty Denver Nuggets head coach Mike Malone. Despite the Los Angeles Lakers easily look like the better team in Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals, the Denver Nuggets have proven once again to be formidable. They almost pulled off the win in Game 2 and cruised to a victory in Game 3. While Game 4 was close, the Lakers were able to hold them off to take the 3-1 lead. While most teams would probably be panicking being in this situation, the Nuggets are uniquely equipped for this. They’ve already come back from two 3-1 deficits in these playoffs and could definitely do it again if the Lakers get sloppy. Nuggets head coach Mike Malone took a...
    Denver Nuggets head coach Mike Malone took a shot at the Los Angeles Lakers and the NBA’s controversial officiating after a close Game 4 loss. Nuggets head coach Mike Malone called out the Lakers after a controversial Game 4, decrying the seemingly tilted officiating and Los Angeles’s previous complaints about foul calls, despite the fact that officials have consistently missed calls against the Lakers and made questionable decisions in their favor.
    As more schools offer in-person options, what happens to the students who stay virtual? Chain restaurants in bad financial shape Mike Malone is right: Jamal Murray proved in Game 3 hes now an NBA superstar Up until the bubble, the Denver Nuggets had one superstar — a term we shouldn’t throw around lightly — in Nikola Jokic and a terrific supporting cast that included Jamal Murray, who was the No. 2 option, but had never quite broken through ever since the Nuggets took him seventh overall in the 2016 draft out of Kentucky. © Provided by For The Win It was clear that if the Nuggets wanted to get to the next level in the postseason, however, they’d need...
    Nikola Jokic and the Denver Nuggets have pulled off back-to-back comebacks from 3-1 down. Most of the credit for this goes to head coach Mike Malone, who has adjusted to weapons thrown at him against both Utah and now the Clippers. While the mighty Lakers await them, there is a genuine belief in Denver’s abilities to upset them. The star center for the Nuggets, Nikola Jokic, spoke to the media after the game and revealed that the game was also a birthday present for head coach Mike Malone. ‘I am going to get you home or I’m going to get you a Western Conference Finals.’ Jokic on what he was getting his HC Mike Malone for his birthday yesterday....
    Nuggets coach Mike Malone defended Nikola Jokic on Tuesday after Clippers guard Patrick Beverley accused the Nuggets center of “flailing” to draw fouls after Los Angeles’ 113-107 win in Game 3. Jokic stuffed the box score with 32 points, 12 rebounds and eight assists while going 3-for-4 from the foul line in the loss. Asked what makes Jokic so difficult to guard, Beverley said: “He presents the same type of, I don’t know, I wouldn’t say problems, but he presents the same thing [Luka] Doncic presents, a lot of flailing. You know, puts a lot of pressure on the referee to make the right call.” “I don’t really listen to Patrick Beverley a whole lot,” Malone said in response. “If Kawhi Leonard was talking, maybe...
    SD gov. criticizes study suggesting Sturgis rally led to 260,000 COVID cases 5 Ways Grocery Stores are Drastically Changing Mike Malone dismisses Nikola Jokic criticism: ‘I don’t listen to Patrick Beverley a whole lot’ Patrick Beverley wasn’t happy with Nikola Jokic and the officials after their Game 3 win against the Nuggets on Monday night, arguing that Denver’s star big man does “a lot of flailing” and “puts a lot of pressure on the referees” to get foul calls. Denver coach Mike Malone, however, simply doesn’t care.‘I don’t listen to Patrick Beverley a whole lot’Malone was asked about Beverley’s comments following the Los Angeles Clippers’ 113-107 win, which put them up 2-1 in the Western Conference semifinal series.  Seeing...