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Re: Denver Nuggets

on Sat Apr 06 2013, 19:38

hahahha Faried budala Very Happy
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Re: Denver Nuggets

on Sat Apr 06 2013, 19:41
Ovo samo govori o tome kako su Amerikanci izolovani od sveta.Pa za Gangnam stajl bruji gde god se okrenes,a oni nisu culi za to.
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Re: Denver Nuggets

on Sat Apr 06 2013, 19:49
pa miller evo i ovde ne moze da se odluci,covjek to ne slusa Very Happy
al najjaci Gallo i Faried ovde,kod drugog "para" Laughing Laughing
"ovu da cujem kako pjeva,a niki "jer je fina"" Laughing
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Re: Denver Nuggets

on Sun Apr 07 2013, 13:53

S kakvom lakocom momak zabija,pravo se popravio u odnosu na pocetak sezone,pogotovo sut, i koliko je lik skroman,a ne ko neki sto igraju po 20-30 min i zale se sto nisu starteri...

"You have to stay ready and stay focused," said Fournier, who made an impressive and-one in the fourth. "I'm just enjoying it now because when Ty comes back I'll probably go back to the bench. But now I think coach knows I can help the team."
lik nije fulio slobodno u zadnje 4 utakmice...
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Re: Denver Nuggets

on Tue Apr 09 2013, 14:18
da Jaz ne njake,evo ovde odgovor.
DKANYE WEST wrote:pa imate milera, lawsona i francuza, sta ce vam jos jedan pley?
Francuz ce od sljedece sezone da bude backup Iggy-u jer ne vjerujem da ce Brewer ostati za 2-3 miliona godisnje.
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Re: Denver Nuggets

on Sat Apr 13 2013, 14:06
nicim izazvano pukli od dalasa pa da li ste vi normalni..
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Re: Denver Nuggets

on Sat Apr 13 2013, 14:37
ovo je bila utakmica u kojoj je veci prioritet bio vracanje Lawsona u igru nego pobjeda,samo sad do kraja treba dobiti sve i ostajemo na 3. mjestu
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Re: Denver Nuggets

on Thu Apr 18 2013, 09:00
Why not the Nuggets? Why not now?
This is the best opportunity for Denver to win the NBA championship since it joined the league in 1976.
Bring the optimism. Dream big.
Nuggets point guard Ty Lawson has heard the same tired line, dripping with defeatist attitude, since he entered the NBA in 2009:
It's impossible to win a championship in Denver.
"Why would I buy into that? I believe that we can win a championship," Lawson said Wednesday.
Why not the Nuggets? Why not now?
There is every reason to believe the Nuggets will play in the Western Conference finals. In fact, I would guarantee Denver will blow the doors off its first-round opponent, give a proper burial to the golden age of basketball in San Antonio during Round 2 and advance to conference finals against Oklahoma City, except for the fact George Karl turns into Mr. Crankypants when I do his job for him.

Look at this young Denver team. They're all grown up. It is time for the Nuggets to demand excellence from every teammate in the locker room, and embrace the pressure of expectation.
Anything less than a showdown with Oklahoma City for trip to the NBA Finals should be considered a failure.
"I'm pretty confident," Lawson said. "We've played all the top teams pretty well, and we've got a lot of wins against them. I feel confident that we can at least get past the first round and get into the second. From there, it's anybody's game."
Having wrapped up the No. 3 seed in the West with a ridiculously easy 118-98 victory against Phoenix in the regular-season finale, Denver heads into the playoffs with no reason to fear any rival.
The Miami Heat is the prohibitive favorite to repeat as league champion. Despite its aw-shucks locale, Oklahoma City boasts all the superstar glitz of a traditional contender.
But, outside of Miami and Oklahoma City, is there a team anywhere in the league playing better basketball than the Nuggets?
No.
Memphis is a bar brawl in sneakers, but the Grizzlies don't possess the fine motor skills of Denver. San Antonio is so old and desperate, the Spurs sent out a search party to China and added 33-year-old Tracy McGrady, who has never won a playoff series.
Let's bust one myth. The Nuggets are not a bunch of nondescript role players. And Karl is not the star of this team.
On any given night, Lawson can be the best point guard in the Western Conference. Denver will go as far as Lawson leads them.
At a salary of $14.7 million, wing man Andre Iguodala is among the 25 best-paid players in the league, and for that serious money, he needs to be more than a lockdown defender. The good news: After a season in which he often acted as if permission was required to take charge, Iguodala has finally stepped up his game down the stretch.
With all due respect to forward Danilo Gallinari and a heartfelt prayer for a full recovery for his knee injury, Wilson Chandler is a better basketball player, particularly in the playoffs, when nasty beats beauty nine times out of 10.
You don't need advanced metrics to understand: At best, the Nuggets have a 10 percent chance to win the championship.
Is it a longshot? Absolutely.
Now answer this honestly: How many times in the last generation did Dan Issel or Fat Lever or Carmelo Anthony ever have a stronger shot at winning a ring in Denver?
Sure, there's an undeniable attraction between the Larry O'Brien Trophy and superstars named Bird, Jordan or Magic, who play in Boston, Chicago or Los Angeles.
But you mean to tell me a team in Denver is forbidden to go home with the trophy at the end of the long playoff dance?
Stop it. That defeatist attitude has a duty to die.
Why not the Nuggets? Why not now?

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Re: Denver Nuggets

on Thu Apr 18 2013, 09:10
This is the best opportunity for Denver to win the NBA championship since it joined the league in 1976.

Tu sam stao...
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Re: Denver Nuggets

on Thu Apr 18 2013, 09:17
Vrati se da procitas kad osvojimo Cool
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Re: Denver Nuggets

on Thu Apr 18 2013, 09:36
A sto stavljas taj smajli kada si ozbiljan? Ne znam ni ja zbog cega, ali ipak si ozbiljan.
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Re: Denver Nuggets

on Thu Apr 18 2013, 09:38
Da stavim Wink ? Very Happy
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Re: Denver Nuggets

on Thu Apr 18 2013, 13:33
a stvarno sto potcenjujete ovu ekipu.. ako bi nekog voleo u finalu da vidim to su oni i memfis sa zapada.. uopste nije nerealno da zavrse u finalu.
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Re: Denver Nuggets

on Thu Apr 18 2013, 17:23
GSW pa SAS,svakako laksi put,ali ne vidim kako bi mogli da osvoje konferenciju.
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Re: Denver Nuggets

on Thu Apr 18 2013, 17:34
evo jedan dobar tekst sa ESPN-a...
HERE'S A LITTLE argument on behalf of the starless Nuggets: It's a mid-March game against the Bulls in Chicago, 16.9 seconds left in overtime, and the Nuggets are desperately trying to extend an 11-game winning streak. Denver trails 118-116 but has the ball, and coach George Karl is drawing up a play in the huddle during a timeout. On the opposing bench, Tom Thibodeau, the NBA's top defensive mind, is considering how to stop him.


The Bulls defense under Thibodeau is predicated on overloading the strong side and sealing off the paint, and with no reason to draw up a specialty defense to stop any one player on Denver, Chicago comes out in its base system. After the inbounds, Andre Miller -- Denver's backup point guard, who has 12 assists on the night -- rounds a pick and drives the right side of the lane. The Bulls sag toward him. Or, that is to say, they sag as much as they can. On the left block, Bulls forward Luol Deng must stick to Nuggets forward Wilson Chandler, who has already scored 35. Outside the arc, two Bulls shadow Nuggets forward Danilo Gallinari and guard Ty Lawson, both 16-plus-ppg scorers with ICBM range. But collapsing defenses are like your favorite T-shirt: Eventually holes will form. And as Bulls center Joakim Noah slides to double Miller, he's forced to abandon forward Andre Iguodala on the right wing. That's 2012 All-Star Andre Iguodala.

Miller, trapped, kicks out to Iguodala. Iggy drills a three. And the Nuggets' streak goes to 12.

Here's another argument: Two weeks later, on April 4, when Gallinari's season is cut short by a blown ACL, the number crunchers behind Basketball Prospectus will fire up their projection system to see how the team will be affected by the loss, simulating an entire season without Gallo, arguably the team's top player. The result: Denver's win total will be downgraded from 56.6 wins all the way to ... 56.4.

Argument 3: Since Feb. 23, the Nuggets are 19-2 (all stats through April 9). They are 29-6 since Jan. 20, and they've outscored their opponents by 8.1 ppg, good for third best in the league.

Argument 4: The typical NBA champion wins 83 percent of its home games. Denver this season: 92.1 percent.

Argument 5: The Nuggets are 9-5 against the Spurs, Thunder, Grizzlies and Clippers -- the same Western Conference powers that critics contend Denver cannot beat.

So why, then, does the conventional wisdom insist that the Nuggets -- or any team like them -- can never win it all?

THOU SHALT not win an NBA title without a superstar. It's a belief so old it feels eternal, as if it were the last of James Naismith's founding rules of basketball. (Just below 13. The side making the most goals ... shall be declared the winner.)

It has been said so often, one might think it no longer needs saying. But apparently it does. In February Sam Smith, the longtime Chicago Tribune writer and author of The Jordan Rules, declared that to win an NBA title, "you need stars and more stars." On NBA.com the same month, writer Jeff Caplan argued that in the playoffs, "a team has got to have a go-to guy who can create his own shot ... when crunch time demands an isolation takeover."

Even Andre Miller got into the act last year, saying, "I still think you need a star to win in this league." When asked whether his team -- designed specifically to be the exception to that so-called rule -- could, in fact, be the exception to that rule, he said: "We won't be the exception. I'd like to say that, but once you get to the playoffs, it's a totally different story. I don't know when the last team that didn't have the stars won the championship."

One can hardly blame Miller, or anyone else, for holding to the notion. Each of the past 22 NBA title winners had at least one player in the top 5 percent in Wins Above Replacement Player. Eight of the past 33 title teams, including LeBron James' Heat last season, were led by the league leader in WARP. (The highest WARP on the Nuggets? Kenneth Faried, 39th in the NBA.) But if the NBA's history has proved anything, it's that patterns are meant to be broken.

Consider that through the first four decades of the NBA, it was considered impossible to win a title without a Hall of Fame center like Bill Russell, Wilt Chamberlain, Bill Walton, Moses Malone or Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. The past two decades? NBA titles have been won with Bill Laimbeer, Bill Cartwright, Luc Longley and Kendrick Perkins in the middle. Heck, the Heat didn't even use a center for much of their title run last season.

It was also once universally agreed that an NBA champion couldn't be built around a scoring champ. And for good reason: In a span of 40 seasons, 1950-51 to 1989-90, it happened only once (1970-71), when Lew Alcindor led the Bucks. Then from 1990-91 through 1997-98, Michael Jordan did it six times; and in 1999-2000, Shaquille O'Neal did it with the Lakers.

So what of the "rule" that starless teams must always fall short in the playoffs?

Don't ask Karl if that rule can be defied -- or do, if you're eager to see a tightly wound man turn purple. In early March, a few wins into what would ultimately become a 15-game winning streak, Karl said: "Most of the people are going to say you can't win without a star. I'm tired of it. I'm fed up with it. I've been angry about it. It's a team game. I know Miami won the championship and had a superstar, but they were the best basketball team. Our job is to try to become the best basketball team. I honestly think it can be done. I think it's silly to not even have one person stand up and say it could be done."

Two weeks later, after his team's victory against the Bulls, Karl was asked about it again. "Yes," he said. "Definitively yes. I'm tired of the damn question. It's about making basketball plays. It's not about a guy making shots. It's about stops, possessions and efficiency. I think versatility is better than one guy."

Karl, of course, isn't the only coach who thinks, or hopes, that is true. The Grizzlies, Pacers and Warriors -- even the Derrick Rose-less Bulls -- are also built like a commune of sorts. But the Nuggets might be the team most perfectly constructed to shatter the starless ceiling.

By popular belief -- and by the numbers (see chart on page 22) -- the last NBA champ without a star was the 1989-90 Pistons. And if there was a method to Detroit's madness, it was the ability to take other teams out of their game. Not only did the Pistons' clutch-and-grab defense optimize the NBA rules at the time, it came with an upside: The fewer the points, the less the game was about what you wanted to do (score) and more about what they wanted to do (elbow you in the face).

Likewise, the form of the Nuggets' roster perfectly mirrors its function. Every part of the team is designed to transform its supposed shortcoming -- that lack of a superstar -- into an asset. Consider: In a pick-and-roll league based on penetration, nothing succeeds like fresh legs and depth. And the Nuggets turn that depth into pace. "Almost every game we play is about how much pace we can put into it," Karl says. "We play better in flow, we play better fast." The Nuggets' relentless D, with fresh-legged defenders cheating passing lanes, has yielded it the league's second-most steals per game. And that leads to transition baskets ... and bolsters the league's second-highest pace ... and, when coupled with Denver's thin air, sucks the life out of teams not acclimated to it. There's a reason the Nuggets' home record is 35-3. Playing the team in Denver is like running a relay race on Mount Fuji, only the other guys have twice as many runners.

If the Nuggets beat your stars, they'll do it as a team. Which raises one final argument: In a league of increasingly prohibitive luxury taxes, the Nuggets might represent the NBA's most sustainable economic model: broad talent, spread wide, compensated equally. In other words, should Denver defy expectations by winning the NBA title without a superstar, it might be less the breaking of a rule than the glimpsing of a future.

@dr Hofmann ove sezone smo bolji od OKC u medjusobnom omjeru, a cak smo ih dobili i u drugoj noci b2b-a,tako da mozemo mi i sa njima igrati samo da nas daljnje povrede zaobicu..
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Re: Denver Nuggets

on Sun May 05 2013, 22:58
Izgleda da ovo ljeto idemo po nekog All-star igraca, samo se nadam da to nece biti Gasol Laughing
Ja bi bio zadovoljan kad bi uspjeli dovesti Love-a ili Aldridge-a i par sutera za klupe a da se usput rijesimo Chandlera i Millera jer prvi ne zeli da igra za nas(place za NYKom) a drugi samo zbog Karlove opsjednutosti istim...da sa 50 godina se on i karl sastanu ovaj bi mu igrao 20+ minuta..

Despite nearly 50 years of frustration, a pro basketball season can end with a victory parade in Denver.
It is possible for the Nuggets to bring the NBA championship to town.
This team is closer than you think. All the Nuggets need is a legitimate star. And they have the resources to get one.
Show me the Love. Bring all-star forward Kevin Love to Denver.
After dealing with injury, the harsh Minnesota winters and the ineptitude of Timberwolves management, Love's relationship is on the rocks with his current team.
Here's the starting lineup I want to see in Denver.
PG: Ty Lawson
SG: Andre Iguodala
SF: Kenneth Faried
PF: Love
C: JaVale McGee
Love, a gold medalist with the 2012 U.S. Olympic team, would immediately improve the reliability of Denver's half-court offense. Giving McGee a starter's role would make the Nuggets more athletic. Sign J.J. Redick or Kyle Korver as a reasonably priced free agent, and Denver would have its designated shooter on the bench.
Here's the trade I propose.
Send Nuggets starters Danilo Gallinari and Kosta Koufos to Minnesota for Love.
Might the Wolves squawk about Gallinari's injured knee? Of course. But Love is coming off a broken hand and knee surgery of his own. Might Minnesota prefer Wilson Chandler or Evan Fournier over Koufos? Massage the deal. Might new Wolves president Flip Saunders go to work on his relationship with Love and turn down any trade offer? Sure.
But here's the point.
The idea no superstar will ever play in Denver is bunk. Nuggets general manager Masai Ujiri has carefully stockpiled sufficient assets to make a blockbuster deal possible.
If the deal is not for Love, Ujiri can find another way to make Denver a legit contender.
"I'll figure it out," Ujiri told me less than an hour after the Nuggets were bounced from the playoffs by Golden State.
So stop your moping, coach George Karl. Drop the defeatist attitude, Denver.
The Nuggets can win it all.
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Re: Denver Nuggets

on Sun May 05 2013, 23:04
Jos malo pa kreni sa trejd masinom i svojim zamislima.
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Re: Denver Nuggets

on Sun May 05 2013, 23:07
A ne moze dok se ne potpisu ovi FA, ne daju da se ubace u trade Very Happy
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Re: Denver Nuggets

on Mon May 06 2013, 00:08
Nemanja LeBron wrote:Jos malo pa kreni sa trejd masinom i svojim zamislima.

Prvo da osvoje titulu pa da onda krenu off-season zajebancije. Ili...
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Re: Denver Nuggets

on Mon May 06 2013, 19:17
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Re: Denver Nuggets

on Mon May 06 2013, 19:36
Ma kakav Dwight, vise bi volio da trejdujemo Chandlera za Pierce-a(samo 5mil garantovano ima), da potpisemo Korvera i da se otarasimo nekih ugovora koji vjerovatno nece dobiti sansu a imaju kakvu takvu vrijednost(Randolph,JHam,Mozgov i Millera pod hitno otjerati).Vjerujem da ce Massai uraditi svoj posao kako treba ovo ljeto, uraditi neki trade koji ce nas iznenaditi kao sto je poslao AAA i Al-a za Iggy-a i da ce nas iznenaditi draftom(Faried,Fournier pa vjerujem i JHam bi se pokazao da ga Karl koristi i dobro bi nam dosao sad u POu da mu je dao sansu...) ali je opet glavni problem koji je vec 10ak godina tu, da li ce Karl nastaviti sa svojom igrom ili ce napraviti neku mjesavinu Run & Gun-a i playoff kosarke(mora poceti izradjivati akcije, ako nista nek to asistentima prepusti...cini mi se da on ne zna da na tekmi mogu koristiti tablu za crtanje...)
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Re: Denver Nuggets

on Mon May 06 2013, 19:47
ma ti ga uci molim te. trener je tu najmanji problem, tacnije nije ni problem jer je on vrh trener. da nema njega vi biste se tamo klali za lejkersima i hjustonom za osmo mesto. ja bi od ovih bitnijih sutnuo galinarija, cendlera, i mozgova, i doveo redika ili tako nekog slicnog klasicnog sutera koji bude mogao da se uzme. dzavejla forsirati sledecu sezonu godinu kao prvog centra je pod obavezno. love bi savrseno legao ali ne verujem da bi farid hteo da ulazi sa klupe a on za trojku nije ni pod razno. igija potpisati i vratiti na trojku pod hitno..
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Re: Denver Nuggets

on Mon May 06 2013, 19:58
Love centar, Faried cetvorka, McGee i dalje sa klupe? Hmm Neka niza postava tipa Miami.
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Re: Denver Nuggets

on Mon May 06 2013, 20:00
Sugar wrote:ma ti ga uci molim te. trener je tu najmanji problem, tacnije nije ni problem jer je on vrh trener. da nema njega vi biste se tamo klali za lejkersima i hjustonom za osmo mesto. ja bi od ovih bitnijih sutnuo galinarija, cendlera, i mozgova, i doveo redika ili tako nekog slicnog klasicnog sutera koji bude mogao da se uzme. dzavejla forsirati sledecu sezonu godinu kao prvog centra je pod obavezno. love bi savrseno legao ali ne verujem da bi farid hteo da ulazi sa klupe a on za trojku nije ni pod razno. igija potpisati i vratiti na trojku pod hitno..
Za Chandlera se slazem jer ne zeli biti ovde,za Gallinarija ne,jer se vraca tek i nije mu vrijednost neka da mozemo sta dobro dobiti za njega.
Ganjat cemo najvjerovatnije Korvera jer trazi manje od Redika.
Trebalo je njega forsirati i ove godine ali po tebi vrhunski trener to nije htjeo jer kaze da on i Faried ne mogu zajedno igrati nikako(i onda ih ubaci u 5oj i dobijemo...), pa ne vjerujem da ce i ove godine startati, mozda da mu se minutaza poveca na 25minuta....
Ako bi doslo do trade-a za Lovea ili LMA vjerujem da bi bio ukljucen i Faried, jer Chandler/Gallo i filleri nisu dovoljni da se dobije takav igrac.
Ja bi cak pokusao i sa Rose-om,zavisi sta bi trazili Bullsi(vjerovatno 2 startera, pikove, fillere).
A sto se tice Karla, reci mi ti jednog trenera koji bi igrao 30 minuta Millera na Curry-u??Pa Miller vise ni sebe ne moze da cuva a ne Curry-a!!I kod kojeg je Brewer na pocetku sezone(i miller) igrao u zavrsnicama utakmica a Iggy sjedio na klupi...jer je Milleru zagarantovana zadnja cetvrtina(to je Karl sam potvrdio), tako da nam je prvo i najvaznije pustiti Brewera da ide i otjerati/tradeovati Millera.(ako vec Karl ne dobije otkaz).
Lawson treba u prosjeku igrati 35-40 minuta(na 1, ne na 2 da mu Miller uzima loptu iz ruku).
Iggy isto tako, kao i ostali starteri+McGee.I utakmice treba zatvarati najbolja a ne najdraza petorka!
Otjerati Millera i potpisati Collisona za isti ugovor ko njegov(3-4mil).
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Re: Denver Nuggets

on Mon May 06 2013, 20:14
@jaz
to i ne bi bilo lose ako bi faried ostao u slucaju dolaska lava ali dosta tu zavisi i od ostatka petorke.

prvo Laughing za rouza
drugo, sad ti svi smetaju a pre 15 dana bilo WHY NOT NOW
mali je primerak da moze da se tvrdi da njih dvoje mogu da igraju zajedno, ja isto mislim da je to suludo jer onda jedva da imas neku napadacku pretnju pod kosem. miler je doktor bio i ostao, njemu nema sta da se zameri jer kad se sve sabere ove godine vise je doneo nego oduzeo. rekao bih mnogo vise cak. karija bog otac ne moze da sacuva kad pogadja suteve sa 9 metara a ne neko bolji od milera. ne znam koliko je pametno oterati bruera jer i ovako igrate dosta losu odbranu a on ako nesto zna to je odbrana. moze denver da napravi odlican tim samo da se pametno odradi leto..
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