Nuggets denied repeat by team 'built to beat us'

The Nuggets saw their bid to repeat as NBA champions disintegrate in stunning fashion, as they blew a 20-point third-quarter lead on their home floor in Game 7, a defeat that left them both shell-shocked and frustrated.


Murray 'feels great', 'hungry' for big Game 7

Nuggets guard Jamal Murray, dealing with a right elbow injury he picked up in Game 6, went through a full practice Saturday and is "feeling great."


Furious first-half flurry powers Nuggets in Game 4

In a span of 20 dizzying seconds of the second quarter, the Nuggets scored eight points to sprint into halftime of Game 4 up by 15, setting the stage for a pivotal 115-107 victory over the Timberwolves that evened series at 2-2.


Jokic wins 3rd NBA MVP; SGA, Doncic finish 2-3

Nuggets star Nikola Jokic became the NBA's ninth three-time MVP, easily beating out the Thunder's Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and the Mavs' Luka Doncic on Wednesday.


'They're stuck': After a hot start, the Clippers were undone by familiar issues

The Clippers are moving into a $2 billion arena next season, but a final promising season at Crypto.com Arena was undone once more by injuries.


Clips hope to keep George, Harden with Kawhi

Lawrence Frank, president of basketball operations, said the Clippers hope to retain both Paul George and James Harden to continue playing alongside Kawhi Leonard.


George, Harden mum on future as Clips fall again

Paul George says he could see himself staying with the Clippers alongside Kawhi Leonard and James Harden but remained noncommittal when asked about his future.


Clippers rule Kawhi out for Game 5 vs. Mavericks

The Clippers ruled Kawhi Leonard out for Game 5 against the Mavericks as he continues to treat the inflammation in his right knee.


Stars shine in Clips-Mavs classic: 'It was a show'

Paul George and James Harden each scored 33 points, outdueling Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving as the Clippers topped the Mavericks 116-111 to even this best-of-seven series at 2.


Kawhi: Knee 'didn't respond' as hoped; iffy for G4

Kawhi Leonard gutted out 25 minutes in the Clippers' 101-90 loss to the Mavericks on Friday and revealed that his knee "didn't respond the way we wanted" after his return.