2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
54-28, 1st in Northwest
Tate starts fourth quarter with a dunk show (0:29)
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13dMarc J. Spears

Nuggets' Porter Jr. suffers knee injury in practice

Nuggets forward Michael Porter Jr., who suffered a knee injury during a team scrimmage, will miss the Las Vegas Summer League but is expected to be back for training camp, a source told The Undefeated.

Bol Bol shows off his SpongeBob tattoo (0:29)
16d

Williams & Bontemps

Zach talks to Jay Williams about Kevin Durant's decision, the Sixers makeover, the Knicks failure, and more. Then ESPN's Tim Bontemps joins to talk about Utah, Portland, Denver, and the West.

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18dAdrian Wojnarowski

Sources: Nuggets exercise Millsap's $30M option

The Nuggets will bring back Paul Millsap on a $30 million option, sources told ESPN. Denver can hold on to its $9.2M midlevel exception and still stay out of the luxury tax next season.

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21dAdrian Wojnarowski

Isaiah Thomas 'excited to show what I can do again'

The former All-NBA guard is hoping a full summer of being a "gym rat" will allow him to return to the form he displayed before hip surgery sidetracked his career.

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27d

Bol slides to Heat at No. 44, traded to Nuggets

Oregon center Bol Bol, whom ESPN projected to be a lottery pick early in the college basketball season, slid to the Heat with the 44th pick and was then traded to the Nuggets on Thursday night.

Scouting the draft: Bol is the only unicorn in the draft not named Zion (1:43)
Bol Bol: The most polarizing prospect in the NBA draft (1:00)
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54d

Jokic to play for Serbia in 2019 FIBA World Cup

Jokic already has two silver medals as a member of the Serbia national team, with his most recent one coming after a loss to the U.S. in the 2016 Olympic Games.

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57d

Connelly has unfinished business with Nuggets

Tim Connelly said he was flattered to be interviewed by his hometown Wizards, but he chose to remain with the Nuggets because he feels the team is still trending up.

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59dAdrian Wojnarowski

Sources: Nuggets' Connelly turns down Wizards

Tim Connelly, the Nuggets' president of basketball operations, has turned down an offer to run the Wizards' front office, league sources told ESPN.

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62dAdrian Wojnarowski

Sources: Wizards to meet with Nuggets' Connelly

The Nuggets will allow president Tim Connelly, who was among the top candidates for Executive of the Year, to meet with the Wizards for their president of basketball operations job, sources told ESPN.

65d

Kawhi Leonard's shot; NBA draft lottery and more

Brian Windhorst, Kevin Pelton and Tim Bontemps recap boBrian Windhorst, Kevin Pelton and Tim Bontemps recap both Game 7's of both conference semifinals, discuss how the Sixers can move forward after back-to-back Eastern Conference Semifinals losses, look ahead to the NBA draft lottery and weigh in on the Frank Vogel and John Beilein coaching hires.

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66d

Round 2 recap: Kawhi bounces the Sixers; the champs fight on

Giannis and the Bucks blitzed the Celtics, the Warriors fought through Houston once again and Kawhi gave us one of the most thrilling buzzer beaters in playoff history. Relive a wild conference semis.

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66dOhm Youngmisuk

Jokic blames himself for Nuggets' Game 7 loss

Despite finishing with 29 points, 12 rebounds and four blocks, Nuggets big man Nikola Jokic shouldered the blame for his team's Game 7 loss to the Trail Blazers, citing his missed shots down the stretch.

Jokic takes the blame for Game 7 loss (0:49)
66d

McCollum leads Blazers past Nuggets 100-96

CJ McCollum scored 37 points and the Portland Trail Blazers overcame a 17-point first-half deficit to beat the Denver Nuggets 100-96 on Sunday to advance to the Western Conference Finals for the first time since 2000.

McCollum rejects Murray's jumper (0:20)

Team Stats

Points Per Game110.720th
Rebounds Per Game46.48th
Assists Per Game27.42nd
Points Allowed106.725th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2018-195428.659
2017-184636.561
2016-174042.488
2015-163349.402
2014-153052.366