The Denver Basketball Schedule You Won’t Want to Miss

The Denver Nuggets have released their schedule for the upcoming season and we’ve got all the highlights for you! From the season opener against the Portland Trail Blazers to the final game against the Minnesota Timberwolves here’s what you won’t want to miss.

The Denver Nuggets’ 2017-2018 season schedule

The Nuggets’ 2017-2018 season is upon us, and there are plenty of games that fans won’t want to miss.

Denver opens the season at home against the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday, October 18th. Other home games of note include:
-Friday, November 3rd against the reigning champion Golden State Warriors
-Saturday, December 16th vs. the San Antonio Spurs
-Monday, January 29th vs. the Houston Rockets
-Thursday, March 8th vs. the Cleveland Cavaliers

On the road, the Nuggets will face some tough opponents as well, including:
-the Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday, November 21st
-the Oklahoma City Thunder on Friday, December 25th
-the Boston Celtics on Monday, February 12th
-the Toronto Raptors on Sunday, April 1st

Home games vs. the Western Conference

As the NBA season approaches, basketball fans everywhere start to get excited for their team’s upcoming schedule. For Denver Nuggets fans, there is a lot to be excited about this season. With a young and talented team, the Nuggets are poised to make a run at the playoffs. Here is a look at some of the key home games on the schedule against Western Conference opponents.

-October 30 vs. Los Angeles Lakers
-November 3 vs. Dallas Mavericks
-November 15 vs. Oklahoma City Thunder
-December 13 vs. Houston Rockets
-January 10 vs. Golden State Warriors
-January 31 vs. Portland Trail Blazers
-February 21 vs. Utah Jazz

Home games vs. the Eastern Conference

As the Denver Nuggets kick off their 50th season of basketball, fans are eager to know which games they should attend. One key factor in deciding which games to go to is whether the game is against a team in the Eastern or Western Conference

The Nuggets have 34 home games this season, 17 of which are against teams in the Eastern Conference Of those home games against Eastern Conference teams, 8 are versus teams that made the playoffs last season. The 8 playoff teams include the Boston Celtics Brooklyn Nets Indiana Pacers Milwaukee Bucks Philadelphia 76ers, Toronto Raptors and two-time defending champion Miami Heat

In addition to those 8 playoff teams, the Nuggets will also host the Atlanta Hawks Charlotte Hornets Chicago Bulls Detroit Pistons Cleveland Cavaliers Orlando Magic and Washington Wizards

So if you’re looking to catch a game or two (or all!) of Denver Nuggets basketball this season and want to make sure you see them take on some of the best teams in the East, check out their home schedule below.

Away games vs. the Western Conference

The Denver Nuggets have some critical games coming up in the next few weeks, particularly against the Western Conference Here is a list of the games you won’t want to miss:

March 3 vs. Portland Trail Blazers
March 5 vs. Sacramento Kings
March 7 vs. Golden State Warriors
April 4 vs. Los Angeles Clippers

Away games vs. the Eastern Conference

The Denver Nuggets have an upcoming away game schedule that includes playing some of the best teams in the Eastern Conference This will be a good chance for the Nuggets to prove themselves against some of the best in the NBA.

The first game is against the Milwaukee Bucks who have the best record in the NBA. The Nuggets will be looking to continue their Winning Streak against a team that is 10-3 at home.

They then travel to Indiana to take on the Pacers, who are 7-5 at home this season. The Nuggets will be looking to avenge their loss from earlier in the season and get back on track.

After that, they head to Boston to take on the Celtics, who are 6-6 at home this season. The Nuggets lost their last matchup against the Celtics, so they will be looking to even the score.

They wrap up their trip with a game against the Philadelphia 76ers, who are 4-8 at home this season. The Nuggets will be looking to end their trip on a high note and get a win against a team that has been struggling as of late.

The Nuggets’ 3-game road trip

The Nuggets will be hitting the road for a three-game road trip starting with a matchup against the Houston Rockets on Wednesday night. Then, they’ll take on the New Orleans Pelicans on Friday Night before wrapping up the trip with a game against the Memphis Grizzlies on Sunday afternoon.

The Nuggets’ 5-game homestand

The Denver Nuggets are set to take on some of the best teams in the NBA during their 5-game homestand, which is set to start on November 27th. Some of the games you won’t want to miss are:

November 27th vs. Houston Rockets
One of the best games of the homestand will be when the Rockets come to town. The Rockets are currently second in the Western Conference only behind the Warriors. This will be a tough test for the Nuggets, but they will be up for the challenge.

December 2nd vs. Cleveland Cavaliers
This will be a rematch of last year’s Western Conference Finals where the Cavaliers swept the Nuggets. The Cavaliers are currently struggling, but they always play well against the Denver Nuggets. This should be a great game to watch.

December 4th vs. Golden State Warriors
This will be the toughest game of the homestand for sure. The Warriors are currently first in the Western Conference and are looking like they could make a run at another NBA title This will be a good measuring stick for where the Nuggets are at this point in the season.

The Nuggets’ back-to-back games

The Denver Nuggets will have two back-to-back games this month that you won’t want to miss. The first game is against the Golden State Warriors on December 11th followed by the Los Angeles Clippers on December 12th. Then, on December 18th and 19th, the Nuggets will take on the Portland Trail Blazers and the Utah Jazz respectively. Get your tickets now!

The Nuggets’ nationally televised games

The National Basketball Association has released the schedule for the Denver Nuggets’ 2019-20 season Of the Nuggets’ 82 regular season games, 29 will be nationally televised.

Here are the games you won’t want to miss:

Oct. 23 vs. Portland Trail Blazers (NBA TV)
Oct. 25 vs. Sacramento Kings (ESPN)
Oct. 28 at Los Angeles Clippers (TNT)
Nov. 1 vs. Indiana Pacers (NBA TV)
Nov. 5 at Cleveland Cavaliers (ESPN)
Nov. 8 at Milwaukee Bucks (TNT)
Nov. 15 vs Los Angeles Lakers (ESPN)

The Nuggets’ game times

The Denver Nuggets have provided NBA fans with plenty of highlights this season. As the team looks to continue their success, here is a look at their Game Times for the rest of the season.

The Nuggets have 27 games remaining in their regular season schedule. 23 of those games are against Western Conference opponents, with the other 4 coming against Eastern Conference foes. Denver will face some tough competition down the stretch, as they have games remaining against several playoff contenders.

Here is a look at the Nuggets’ game times for the rest of the season:

3/1 vs. Sacramento Kings – 7:00 PM MDT
3/3 vs. Houston Rockets – 7:00 PM MDT
3/5 @ Oklahoma City Thunder – 6:00 PM MDT
3/7 vs.Phoenix Suns – 7:00 PM MDT
3/9 @ Utah Jazz – 7:00 PM MDT
3/11 vs. Minnesota Timberwolves – 7:00 PM MDT
3/13 @ Portland Trail Blazers – 8:00 PM MDT
3/15 vs. Los Angeles Lakers – 7:00 PM MDT
3/17 @ Los Angeles Clippers – 8:30 PM MDT

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