Portland still can't find rhythm and Denver breathes

The Nuggets cut a three-game losing streak, five in the last six games. The Blazers continue to bang.


The Portland Trail Blazers still can't find their rhythm in the NBA this season. The Oregon franchise fell in Denver against the Nuggets (114-99) and they continue out of the playoffs ... although the distance is not much: just one game. But it is significant after signing their best course since 2000 last year. They lost everything. With Lillard and McCollum. With a sensational Whiteside encounter (33 points and 11 rebounds). And with a good Carmelo Anthony: 20 points and 9 captures. The forward returned to his home for seven and a half seasons. But not for those

Jokic played a great game. He had one of those versions that is costing him so much this season with 20 points, 11 rebounds and 6 assists. And the Nuggets thanked them: they added three consecutive losses, five in the last six games. An unimaginable streak when the course started. But despite that bad time, the Colorado have defended their playoffs and now only have to continue taking steps forward. The Spaniard Juancho Hernangómez did not play a minute after only being one the previous game against the Sixers.



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