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Re: Denver Nuggets - The Next Level (NBA Live 10)

Postby Andrew on Thu Jul 05, 2012 3:39 pm

As in real life, it's becoming a point guard oriented league. Perhaps point guard domination isn't a bug, it's a prophecy. ;)
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Re: Denver Nuggets - The Next Level (NBA Live 10)

Postby megarover on Thu Jul 05, 2012 6:19 pm

Interesting read. Every Decade has its strong point whether it be SF,Centers, Wings or point guards........Its evolution i think.
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Re: Denver Nuggets - The Next Level (NBA Live 10)

Postby Kenny on Mon Jul 09, 2012 11:24 pm

Andrew wrote:As in real life, it's becoming a point guard oriented league. Perhaps point guard domination isn't a bug, it's a prophecy. ;)


And here I was thinking Steve Nash scoring 30 points on me in a half was complete baloney :P

megarover wrote:Interesting read. Every Decade has its strong point whether it be SF,Centers, Wings or point guards........Its evolution i think.


Thanks man, I'm hoping it's a cyclical thing. I'd like to see another dominant centre in the league in the next 10 seasons or so.
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Re: Denver Nuggets - The Next Level (NBA Live 10)

Postby Kenny on Mon Jul 09, 2012 11:24 pm

5 Game Summary

The Nuggets had some close contests in this summary, but they were able to come out of it without losing a game. The first four games were decided by single digits (8, 3, 6 and 2), but after their road trip, the Nuggets headed home and belted the Mavericks by 32.

Having a few readers that are Mavs fans (and sort of being one myself), I'll focus on the Philly game:

Nuggets Edge Past Sixers

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Denver picked up their 4th straight road win, defeating the Sixers in controversial circumstances by 84-82. Often it takes one call to turn a game; in this case, it was a no-call, as Ezra Koch jumped into a leaping Borislav Perko as the game expired. A play that would often be a defensive foul in the modern game, the refs believed Perko contested the ball fairly.

Taylor MacKenzie led the charge for Denver, scoring 22. James Palmer (13) offered solid support, while Stan Griffiths and Borislav Perko both scored 10. Perko narrowly missed a triple-double, with 9 rebounds and 12 assists, as well as 6 blocked shots.

Point guard Irwin Schulze led the way for the Sixers, with 20 points and 5 assists. He had great support by his big men, as both Ezra Koch (18) and Garth Kearley (16) both created headaches for Denver's defense. Walter Boyer was the last of the Sixers' double figure scorers with 10 points.

With the way the East is shaping up, the loss could end up being a big one for Philadelphia, as they're in a close race with Boston and Toronto for the 8th seed. While it's not official yet, Denver have practically booked their place in the 2025 NBA Playoffs.

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DEN@PHI

DEN: 84 (MacKenzie 22, Palmer 13, Griffiths 10)
PHI: 82 (Schulze 20, Koch 18, Kearley 16)

Sprite Performer of the Game: Borislav Perko 10 points 9 rebounds 12 assists 6 blocks

Rebounds

DEN: Perko 9
PHI: Koch 8

Assists

DEN: Perko 12
PHI: Schulze 5

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Last 5 Games

@DET: 92-84 W
@TOR: 84-81 W
@NJN: 67-61 W
@PHI: 84-82 W
DAL: 111-79 W

Denver is currently 50-10

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One-Two Punch
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Possibly the greatest tandem of the century had a great game against the Pistons. T-Mac scored 26, while Perko was 4 blocks off a quadruple-double with 15 points, 12 rebounds, 17 assists and 6 blocks.

Career Form?

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While he hasn't been a big scorer in the league, Borislav Perko finds other ways to dominate the game. Against Rockets, he was two points off his second career double-triple-double with 18 points, 20 rebounds, 24 assists and 6 blocks. With two close double-triple-double misses in the last 5 games, the question has to be asked; is Perko the greatest player who averages less than 15 (ppg) in the history of the NBA?

Big Night Dwight
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Howard had a big game against the Mavericks, with 23 points, 7 rebounds and 4 blocks off the bench. Is he a contender for the 6th Man Award?

A New Foundation Player?
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Trading Steven Hunt is appearing to pay off now, as James Palmer's emergence into the system has been meteoric. He was the Nuggets best (offensive) player against the Nets, with 18 points and 5 assists and he continues the complement the Nuggets starting lineup well.

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Next 5 Games

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SAN
IND
MIL
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Re: Denver Nuggets - The Next Level (NBA Live 10)

Postby Kenny on Mon Jul 09, 2012 11:25 pm

5 Game Summary

Denver is back on another winning streak, extending their current one to 10 this summary. After the demolition of the Mavericks, the Nuggets were even more brutal against the Rockets. In contrast to the previous round of 5, Denver's first 4 games were won by double figures (43, 10, 11 and 11), while their last game against the Sixers was the only single-digit win.

For the second summary in row, the feature involves the Sixers:

Denver Deny Sixers' Revenge

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After the controversy of the previous encounter, Denver made sure there was no question with this one, winning 94-87 against the Sixers. Both Taylor MacKenzie and Borislav Perko top scored with 22. Perko had another close misses in a couple of categories, as he was 1 rebound away from his second career double-triple-double and 2 blocks from his maiden quadruple-double. Julian Chandler continued his good run of form, scoring 18, while both Dennis Andersn and James Palmer scored 10 each.

Irwin Schulze was once again the main guy for the Sixers, dominating their offensive game with 24 points and 13 assists. However, only Garth Kearley (23 points, 5 rebounds) was able to provide any major assistance. Jonah Braun, Ezra Koch and Joshua O'Brien all scored 7 each.

With this win, the Nuggets extended their streak to 10 wins.

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PHI@DEN

DEN: 94 (MacKenzie 22, Perko 22, Chandler 18)
PHI: 87 (Schulze 24, Kearley 23, Braun 7)

Sprite Performer of the Game: Borislav Perko 22 points 19 rebounds 24 assists 8 blocks

Rebounds

DEN: Perko 19
PHI: Kearley, Koch 5

Assists

DEN: Perko 24
PHI: Schulze 13

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Last 5 Games

HOU: 116-73 W
SAN: 86-76 W
IND: 92-81 W
MIL: 102-91 W
PHI: 94-87 W

Denver is currently 55-10

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Second Time Around
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Borislav Perko is continuing to pick up his game. In his first game against the Rockets, he was once again only a few stats off achieving two milestones in one game with 18 points, 20 rebounds, 24 assists and 6 blocks. He only missed the triple-double in one game of the past 5:

Vs San Antonio: 2 points 10 rebounds 13 assists 1 block 1 steal
Vs Indiana: 14 points 18 rebounds 19 assists 7 blocks 1 steal
Vs Milwaukee: 14 points 15 rebounds 19 assists 6 blocks
Vs Philadelphia: 22 points 19 rebounds 24 assists 8 blocks

He's currently on track to have his second triple-double season.

Finally Fitting In
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Julian Chandler finds himself in the rotation at the expense of the struggling Jim Simon, thanks to some excellent performances off the bench. His breakout game came against the Spurs, where he had a full stat line with 26 points, 3 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 blocks and 2 steals. Over the last 5 games, he's averaged 20 off the bench.

A Great Pick
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James Palmer scored 25 points against the Milwaukee Bucks. He's becoming one of the premier perimeter shooters off the pick.

The New Centre Prototype?
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Despite having a rather moderate season, Stan Griffiths is still highly ranked amongst starting centres in the league. Having 18 points and 11 rebounds in a game doesn't sound like much, but he's actually one of the more dominant centres (offensively) in the NBA.

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Next 5 Games

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@UTA
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Re: Denver Nuggets - The Next Level (NBA Live 10)

Postby Mavs4Life on Tue Jul 10, 2012 6:38 am

No doubt Perko and T-Mac are the greatest tandem of the century... LeBron and D-Wade don't come close :lol:
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Re: Denver Nuggets - The Next Level (NBA Live 10)

Postby Andrew on Tue Jul 10, 2012 11:01 am

I'd say he has become the best player who averaged less than 15 ppg, but in this reality he's probably established himself as one of the best all-time...perhaps even at least top 20. As such, it's only fair that he got that superstar call against the Sixers to preserve the win. ;)
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Re: Denver Nuggets - The Next Level (NBA Live 10)

Postby megarover on Wed Jul 11, 2012 9:38 am

Perko is the man and all but we all know T-Mac is Batman :D . Perko has got to be one of the best Robins of all time though.
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Re: Denver Nuggets - The Next Level (NBA Live 10)

Postby Kenny on Thu Jul 12, 2012 1:11 am

Mavs4Life wrote:No doubt Perko and T-Mac are the greatest tandem of the century... LeBron and D-Wade don't come close :lol:


Don't forget, LeBron's decision was to stick with Cleveland initially. D-Wade only teamed up with him on the Phoenix Suns, but by then, D-Wade was well past it.

Andrew wrote:I'd say he has become the best player who averaged less than 15 ppg, but in this reality he's probably established himself as one of the best all-time...perhaps even at least top 20. As such, it's only fair that he got that superstar call against the Sixers to preserve the win. ;)


It's one of the very few hero calls that I get, so I'll take it :P

megarover wrote:Perko is the man and all but we all know T-Mac is Batman :D . Perko has got to be one of the best Robins of all time though.


Touche Mr Bayless :lol:
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Re: Denver Nuggets - The Next Level (NBA Live 10)

Postby Kenny on Thu Jul 12, 2012 1:11 am

March 2025 Review

With a lot of talk surrounding the Hornets title aspirations, Denver looked to erase any doubt from the pundits' minds about who the real favourite is. After losing their first game of the month to Sacramento, the Nuggets didn't lose another one in March. It seems Borislav Perko won't let them lose, as he arguably had the best month of his career, with incredible averages of 13.6 points, 14 rebounds, 15.3 assists and 4.9 blocks per game. He has been absolutely everywhere on the court.

While Perko has been outstanding, his help has been excellent as well. James Palmer continues to impress, as he was named the West Rookie of the Month. Taylor MacKenzie is still deadly from the field, while Stan Griffiths continues to provide an efficient scorer in the paint. March also saw the emergence of Julian Chandler. He's spent a lot of the season getting splinters on the bench, but his athleticism and tenacious defense have earned him a spot in the rotation over Jim Simon.

In the last month of the season, can Denver continue the momentum? Will the even get beaten at all before the playoffs?

Monthly Awards

EAST Player
: [NJN] Nicholas Schneider (21.9ppg 5.9apg 1.7bpg)
WEST Player: [DEN] Borislav Perko (13.6ppg 14rpg 15.3apg)
EAST Rookie: [WAS] Clement Ward (2.7ppg 3.8rpg 0.9bpg)
WEST Rookie: [DEN] James Palmer (14.1ppg 4.2apg 1spg)

MVP Race


[NOH] Hobbes MacDonald (25.7ppg 5rpg 6.1apg)
[DEN] Borislav Perko (10.8ppg 10.8rpg 10.4apg)
[NJN] Nicholas Schneider (23.6ppg 5.2apg 1.5spg)
[LAC] Dickey Freeman (20.5ppg 6.9apg 1.3spg)
[DET] William Coles (16.5ppg 7.8apg 1.5spg)

Standings

EAST

Chicago 45-24
Detroit 40-31
Milwaukee 37-31
New York 38-32
Miami 35-35
New Jersey 35-35
Indiana 34-35
Boston 33-37
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Philadelphia 32-37
Toronto 32-37
Cleveland 30-39
Washington 27-41
Atlanta 26-43
Orlando 25-43
Charlotte 25-45


WEST

Denver 58-10
Oklahoma City 46-25
New Orleans 41-29
Sacramento 38-29
Minnesota 39-32
Portland 39-34
Houston 36-35
Golden State 34-34
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Dallas 35-36
Utah 34-35
LA Clippers 34-38
LA Lakers 34-38
San Antonio 32-36
Phoenix 30-39
Memphis 20-49
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Re: Denver Nuggets - The Next Level (NBA Live 10)

Postby Kenny on Thu Jul 12, 2012 1:12 am

The Second Annual Green Summary

Long suffering readers, on so many occasions, Borislav Perko has narrowly missed the quadruple-double mark. The quest for the milestone has proven to be a great story, and now I'm happy to report that the second green summary saw a TNL first. In the feature game, Borislav Perko had stats of 17 points, 15 rebounds, 17 assists and 11 blocked shots. It's been done... about time right?


The momentus occasion needed a screenshot:

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An extended version of the scorecard can be seen here.

Once again, it was a flawless 5 games for the Nuggets. The streak has been extended to 15. Sacramento was really the only team to put up a challenge, so as well as the other big reason, it's the feature game:


Perko Makes History In Win


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In a historic night for Borislav Perko, the Nuggets came away with a 79-76 win over the Kings in Sacramento. Perko became the first player in 31 years to record a quadruple-double, with stats of 17 points, 15 rebounds, 17 assists and 11 blocked shots. He and Stan Griffiths (22 points, 8 rebounds) were the only two players who scored double-digits for the Nuggets, as Dennis Anderson and James Palmer both scored 9 each, in what was a defensive grind.

Demetri Richter was the most dominant scorer of the night, scoring a game high 28. Toby Lloyd picked up a double-double (18 points, 10 rebounds), while Tom Coles scored 11; but it was an occasion where Borislav Perko couldn't be denied.

Borislav Perko is only the 5th player in NBA history to register a quadruple-double in a game. He joins an illustrious list which includes Nate Thurmond, Alvin Robertson, Hakeem Olajuwon and David Robinson.

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DEN@SAC

DEN: 79 (S Griffiths 22, Perko 17, Anderson 9)
SAC: 76 (Richter 28, Lloyd 18, Coles 11)

Sprite Performer of the Game: Borislav Perko 17 points 15 rebounds 17 assists 11 blocks

Rebounds

DEN: Perko 15
SAC: Lloyd 10

Assists

DEN: Perko 17
SAC: Banks 7

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Last 5 Games

@LAL: 103-63 W
@GSW: 100-82 W
@SAC: 79-76 W
@UTA: 109-71 W
@ATL: 87-65 W

Denver is now 60-10

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It Almost Happened Again...

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After his quadruple-double triumph against the Kings, Borislav Perko almost did it again in the next game against the Jazz. He was one block away with 24 points, 15 rebounds, 24 assists and 9 blocks. He went 5/5 when it comes to triple-doubles (including the quadruple-double):

Vs Lakers: 10 points 10 rebounds 16 assists 4 blocks 1 steal
Vs Warriors: 22 points 22 rebounds 17 assists 4 blocks 3 steals
Vs Sacramento: 17 points 15 rebounds 17 assists 11 blocks
Vs Utah: 24 points 15 rebounds 24 assists 9 blocks
Vs Atlanta: 11 points 13 rebounds 12 assists 4 blocks

Borislav Perko is the embodiment of this dynasty's title.


Meanwhile...
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Against the Warriors, Stan Griffiths had a triple-double himself with 24 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists. If he wasn't on the same team as the triple-double king, it would have earned him a top headline.

Quietly Leading
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Taylor MacKenzie is still scoring at a high rate. Against the Hawks he had 24 points. James Palmer has taken a few points away from him in certain games, but T-Mac is still the leader in the scoring department.

ROY Candidate
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James Palmer's breakout second half of the season should see him get some love in the Rookie of the Year votes. Games like the one he had against the Lakers (21 points, 9 assists, 4 steals) won't hurt his cause. To think, earlier in the season, it was all about the other Jim.

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Next 5 Games

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@NYK
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OKC
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Re: Denver Nuggets - The Next Level (NBA Live 10)

Postby Axel. on Thu Jul 12, 2012 3:28 am

Finally! Congrats on the quadruple-double! :applaud: That was easily Perko's best five-game summary of the dynasty. Close to a second quadruple-double, and not to mention a couple of 20-20 games. :shock:

Also good to see that the other players aren't giving Perko all of the spotlight too. I'm a little saddened to see Jim Simon get demoted though.
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Re: Denver Nuggets - The Next Level (NBA Live 10)

Postby Mavs4Life on Thu Jul 12, 2012 3:43 am

The quad-double happened.....

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plus two 20/20 games!? MVP!MVP!MVP! Poor Stan, getting put aside, for even more epicness. Gotta give you props on being able to get those stats over the years, I think I've only been able to get 1 trip-dub after playing 2K12 for months.
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Re: Denver Nuggets - The Next Level (NBA Live 10)

Postby Andrew on Thu Jul 12, 2012 12:01 pm

At long last! Congratulations, glad to see that it happened finally and in the midst of such an impressive run for Perko. Would've been funny if you'd actually got it in back to back games after so many near misses! Hope he can add another MVP to his trophy case this year, averaging a triple double I have to imagine he's got a very good shot at it. And of course, a championship is the only proper way to cap off a season like this. ;)
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Re: Denver Nuggets - The Next Level (NBA Live 10)

Postby megarover on Thu Jul 12, 2012 1:18 pm

Perko has been playing crazy ball. He is just pulling triple doubles out his ass right now. I was trying to figure out whose game he most resembles and the one that comes to mind is KG........well without all the fake thug stuff KG be doing :D
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Re: Denver Nuggets - The Next Level (NBA Live 10)

Postby Houndy on Sat Jul 14, 2012 2:14 pm

The Quad-Dub... finally
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Re: Denver Nuggets - The Next Level (NBA Live 10)

Postby Kenny on Sat Jul 14, 2012 11:40 pm

Axel. wrote:Finally! Congrats on the quadruple-double! :applaud: That was easily Perko's best five-game summary of the dynasty. Close to a second quadruple-double, and not to mention a couple of 20-20 games. :shock:

Also good to see that the other players aren't giving Perko all of the spotlight too. I'm a little saddened to see Jim Simon get demoted though.


He's definitely playing some crazy basketball at the moment. It's nice to be able to challenge myself to get those individual milestones after so many seasons.

I think Jim Simon will see more opportunities next season. With his shooting percentages being quite awful, I could see him being an MIP candidate as well, provided he gets better shots. This season I've kinda been throwing up a lot of threes after his initial success from beyond the arc.

Mavs4Life wrote:The quad-double happened.....

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plus two 20/20 games!? MVP!MVP!MVP! Poor Stan, getting put aside, for even more epicness. Gotta give you props on being able to get those stats over the years, I think I've only been able to get 1 trip-dub after playing 2K12 for months.


I think after playing a game for a while, you get to know it's quirks and those big stat lines become easier to get. For example, there's an animation in NBA Live 10 where the opposing player posts up and unless they fake you out of it, you're almost guaranteed the block if your player isn't 6 inches shorter than that guy. Once I play a new NBA game, I'm pretty much going to be screwed :lol:

Andrew wrote:At long last! Congratulations, glad to see that it happened finally and in the midst of such an impressive run for Perko. Would've been funny if you'd actually got it in back to back games after so many near misses! Hope he can add another MVP to his trophy case this year, averaging a triple double I have to imagine he's got a very good shot at it. And of course, a championship is the only proper way to cap off a season like this. ;)


Once Perko got 9 in that second game, Utah backed right up and started shooting more jumpers. Unlike the Sacramento game though, it was already a blowout. Averaging over 3 blocks a game, I think he's at least a shoe-in for the Defensive Player of the Year. Hopefully the rest can follow as well :)

megarover wrote:Perko has been playing crazy ball. He is just pulling triple doubles out his ass right now. I was trying to figure out whose game he most resembles and the one that comes to mind is KG........well without all the fake thug stuff KG be doing :D


The title banner for the 16th season does have a photo of Perko beating his chest :P

I honestly wouldn't know who to compare him to. At times I thought Andrei Kirilenko, because of his all round game and ability to block shots... my attempt to guess would be a combination of AK47 and Wilt :lol:

Houndy wrote:The Quad-Dub... finally


I honestly thought I'd never get it. The CPU always found a way to deny me.
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Re: Denver Nuggets - The Next Level (NBA Live 10)

Postby Kenny on Sat Jul 14, 2012 11:41 pm

5 Game Summary

It seemed like Denver barely raised a sweat in extending their win streak to 20. They ended an East Coast road by destryoing Washington and Chicago (the East's top team), while New York provided a little bit more of a challenge. Continuing a trend of blowouts against top ranked teams, the Nuggets gave the Thunder a 46 point thrashing, while Utah was only able to get within 11.

The feature is the game in against the Knicks:

Rookie Steps Up in New York

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A 30 point game by James Palmer led the Nuggets to an 84-78 win against the Knicks. Palmer also tied the team high of 6 assists for the game. Another emerging rookie in Julian Chandler also had a solid game, scoring 14, while usual scoring threat Taylor MacKenzie (11) had an off night.

Bert O'Neal came off the bench for New York and scored 24. Jud Healy was also prominent with 18, while Steve Lefevre (12) and Theo Werner (10) both contributed.

New York started the 4th quarter with a 3 point lead, but it was erased thanks to a 29-18 final quarter by the Nuggets.

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DEN@NYK

DEN: 84 (Palmer 30, Chandler 14, MacKenzie 11)
NYK: 78 (O'Neal 24, Healy 18, Lefevre 12)

Sprite Performer of the Game: James Palmer 30 points 2 rebounds 6 assists 2 steals

Rebounds

DEN: Perko 13
NYK: Jefferson 10

Assists

DEN: Palmer, Perko 6
NYK: Lefevre, Tudman 5

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Last 5 Games

@WAS: 107-67 W
@NYK: 84-78 W
@CHI: 106-84 W
OKC: 98-52 W
UTA: 92-81 W

Denver is now 65-10

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The Second Rookie Jim
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James Palmer became the second rookie on the team named Jim to register a 50 point game. In fact, he had a double-double in Chicago, with 53 points and 12 assists. I wonder how many teams can claim not only a rookie pairing, but two players with the same name to have a 50 point game in the same season?

And of course...

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Borislav Perko had a couple of near misses, but ended the summary with 3 triple-doubles:

Vs Chicago: 18 points 10 rebounds 14 assists 3 blocks
Vs Oklahoma City: 12 points 14 rebounds 12 assists 4 blocks 2 steals
Vs Utah: 16 points 16 rebounds 11 assists 4 blocks

Wow...ard
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Dwight Howard was at his dominant best against the luckless Wizards, with 26 points and 16 rebounds. He's till getting it done at age 39.

Wild Wild Westbrook

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Russell Westbrook had a flashback performance against the team that drafted him. 20 points and 5 assists is pretty good for a guy who was essentially an IR filler on the Hornets' roster.

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Next 5 Games

DET
NJN
ORL
WAS
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Re: Denver Nuggets - The Next Level (NBA Live 10)

Postby Kenny on Sat Jul 14, 2012 11:41 pm

5 Game Summary

Denver started the summary in familiar fashion; blowing out another playoff bound team. But after the 21st straight win, it all went to hell.

James Palmer hit what he thought was the game tying shot against New Jersey, but it turned out that he had his foot on the line... and it seems like the Nuggets have had the yips ever since. With losses to New Jersey, Orlando, Washington and Dallas, Denver is on the end of a streak that they want to snap as soon as possible.

Since I only report on wins, I'll go with the only win of the round:

Taylor's Season High Crushes the Pistons

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The Nuggets easily took care of the Pistons by 126-90. Taylor MacKenzie was at his destructive best, scoring a season high 42 points. He was the best of six Denver double digit scorers, which also included Dwight Howard, who provided 18 points and 10 rebounds off the bench. Stan Griffiths (14 points, 8 rebounds) was close to registering a double-double of his own, while Julian Chandler continued his rise with 12 points off the bench. Borislav Perko (11 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists) got his almost obligatory triple-double and James Palmer (10 points, 9 assists) was another Nugget close to a double-double.

William Coles led the Pistons with 25 points and 11 assists. The Pistons had 5 double digit scorers, with Dakota Kane (16) and Casey Whelan (13) the next best for Detroit. Boris Coutts scored 11 and Spike Russell had 10 points. None of Detroit's scorers were as destructive as the former scoring champion though.

With this win, Denver's winning streak was extended to 21.

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DET@DEN

DEN: 126 (MacKenzie 42, Howard 18, Griffiths 14)
DET: 90 (Coles 25, Kane 16, Whelan 13)

Sprite Performer of the Game: Taylor MacKenzie 42 points 1 rebound 1 block

Rebounds

DEN: Perko 11
DET: Coutts, Whelan 5

Assists

DEN: Perko 10
DET: Coles 11

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Last 5 Games

DET: 126-90 W
NJN: 96-95 L
ORL: 81-79 L
WAS: 98-93 L
@DAL: 99-96 L

Denver is now 66-14

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Warming Up
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Taylor MacKenzie was the best player in a bad summary. To go with his big game against Detroit, he had 27 against the Nets and 31 against the Magic.

Another Big Game
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James Palmer looked like he was going to crack 50 against the Wizards. He had 42 points and 7 assists, but was unable to help the Nuggets get out of their funk.

I'm Eighteen!

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Borislav Perko also tried to get Denver out of the slump, with 18 points, 18 rebounds, 18 assists, 2 blocks and 2 steals against the Mavs. Along with the feature game, it was the only triple-double he had of the round.

Another Great Performance in a Loss...
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Along with T-Mac, Stan Griffiths also had a great game against the Nets. He had 18 points and 10 rebounds.

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The Double Feature

The Nuggets will be on the road for this one. The Houston Rockets will be in the first game, while the second is the matchup everyone has been waiting for; the New Orleans Hornets.

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Originally I waited a while before posting because I wanted the quadruple-double to get as much attention as possible. Then after the losing, it took a little bit of my motivation away. Hopefully there'll be some better results in the double feature.
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Postby Andrew on Sun Jul 15, 2012 12:18 am

Very odd to see this team lose four in a row, though you were still really rolling before that. Perko's surely got to take home the MVP at this point.
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Postby megarover on Sun Jul 15, 2012 1:43 pm

Yea those four straight losers aren't very Nugget-like. Crazy that after dropping 4 straight this late in the season you still have 66 wins :lol:
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Postby The X on Fri Jul 20, 2012 11:19 pm

Great to see this one still going. Perko got a quadruple double. Wow, just wow!!! That's an amazing feat.
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Postby Kenny on Sat Jul 21, 2012 3:19 am

Andrew wrote:Very odd to see this team lose four in a row, though you were still really rolling before that. Perko's surely got to take home the MVP at this point.


I think it was a bad day; I just couldn't win a game for some reason. It's kind of nice to know I can still lose :lol:

megarover wrote:Yea those four straight losers aren't very Nugget-like. Crazy that after dropping 4 straight this late in the season you still have 66 wins :lol:


Feels almost Spurs like... I'll take 4 in a row at the end of the season if it means not doing it in the playoffs.

The X wrote:Great to see this one still going. Perko got a quadruple double. Wow, just wow!!! That's an amazing feat.


Nice to see you back :)

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The Double Feature

Perko First To Repeat History in Win

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Borislav Perko became the first player in NBA history to get a second quadruple-double in Denver's 81-66 win over Houston. Perko ended up with stats of 18 points, 14 rebounds, 17 assists and 11 blocks. His high assist tally was helped by Taylor MacKenzie (25) and Jim Simon (14), who were both effective on the offensive end.

For the Rockets, Perko's direct opponent Armando Ferrer also had a good game with 22 points. Austin Nolan scored 17, while Marcel Turner added 10.

It was once again a Perko domination, as he was involved in every facet of the game. His historic performances are likely to line him up for another MVP trophy.

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DEN@HOU

DEN: 81 (MacKenzie 25, Perko 18, Simon 14)
HOU: 66 (Ferrer 22, Nolan 17, Turner 10)

Sprite Performer of the Game: Borislav Perko 18 points 14 rebounds 17 assists 11 blocks

Rebounds

DEN: Perko 14
HOU: Bonner 10

Assists

DEN: Perko 17
HOU: Harris, O'Reilly 4

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Nuggets Outlast Hornets

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The Nuggets outscored the Hornets by 27-17 in the final quarter, which led to an 88-78 win in New Orleans. Taylor MacKenzie was the top scorer once again with 23. James Palmer had a solid outing against former teammate Steven Hunt, scoring 18. But once again, the game belonged to Borislav Perko. Fresh off his second quadruple-double performance against the Rockets, Perko was only 2 blocks away from number three, with stats of 12 points, 11 rebounds, 19 assists and 8 blocks. Jim Simon enjoyed another double digit outing with 11 points.

Former Nuggets point guard Steven Hunt led the way for the New Orleans Hornets. He scored 22 points in the long awaited clash since his post-all-star trade. All-Stars Hobbes MacDonald (17) and Caleb Vick (15) both contributed, while Rasheed Myer (10 points, 10 rebounds) had a double-double. Going shot-for-shot with the Nuggets in the first three quarters, the Hornets couldn't hold on in the 4th quarter.

Is this a preview to the Western Conference Finals? If so, it's going to be one hell of a series.

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DEN@NOH

DEN: 88 (MacKenzie 23, Palmer 18, Perko 12)
NOH: 78 (Hunt 22, MacDonald 17, Vick 15)

Sprite Performer of the Game: Borislav Perko 12 points 11 rebounds 19 assists 8 blocks 1 steal

Rebounds

DEN: Perko 11
NOH: Meyer 10

Assists

DEN: Perko 19
NOH: Vick 6

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Playoff Standings

EAST

Chicago 53-29
Detroit 47-35
Miami 43-39
Milwaukee 43-39
New York 42-40
Indiana 41-41
New Jersey 40-42
Toronto 39-43

-4th seed New York, 5th seed Milwaukee

WEST

Denver 68-14
Oklahoma City 53-29
New Orleans 48-34
Sacramento 46-36
Minnesota 45-37
Dallas 44-38
Houston 42-40
Portland 42-40

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League Leaders

Points: [NOH] Hobbes MacDonald (25.4)
Rebounds: [DEN] Borislav Perko (10.9)
Assists: [DEN] Borislav Perko (10.9)
Blocks: [DEN] Borislav Perko (3.4)
Steals: [DEN] Taylor MacKenzie (2)
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Schneider Shock MVP; Perko Takes Defensive Player

Nicholas Schneider was the biggest surprise of the awards voting, winning the MVP. Fans and pundits believed it was a two man race between Borislav Perko and Hobbes MacDonald, but much like Pau Gasol in 2011, Nicholas Schneider has shocked everyone.

Borislav Perko didn't go away from this season empty handed though, winning his first Defensive Player of the Year trophy, after leading the league in shot blocks (3.4 per game).


Most Valuable Player: [NJN] Nicholas Schneider (23.3ppg 5.3apg 1.5spg)

And from out of nowhere, Nicholas Schneider wins his first MVP trophy. It was easy to think that the stats of Perko or Hobbes MacDonald's threepeat were on the cards, but with their teams loaded with talent, the votes have gone towards a player with a little less help who still managed to get his team into the playoffs.

Nicholas Schneider was a part of the team that ended the Nuggets winning streak (and ultimately started their 4 game losing streak), and in the end, that's probably what won him this award.


Most Improved Player: [CLE] Sam Brandon (18.7ppg 2.7rpg 1.2spg)


This award always seems to go to a guy who emerges as the team's top scorer after previously playing a role. Brandon was at the forefront of Cleveland's early success and only narrowly missed out on an All-Star selection with the Eastern Conference. Too bad Cleveland fell away so badly towards the end...


Defensive Player: [DEN] Borislav Perko (3.4bpg 0.7spg 10drpg)

If he wasn't a lock for the MVP trophy, Borislav Perko was a sure thing for the Defensive Player of the Year. He changed games with his shot blocking and recorded 10+ blocks in 3 games.


Rookie of the Year: [MIN] Dorgan MacDonald (3.7ppg 3.1rpg 1apg)

With this award looking like it'd go to one of Denver's Three Jays, Dorgan MacDonald "Schneidered" this one. Dorgan's numbers aren't pretty to look at, but he played 82 games in a post-season team. Could be a contender for next season's most improved player.


Sixth Man: [POR] Liam Koch (11.4ppg 3.6apg 0.8spg)

With Wyatt Walsh the starting point guard for the Blazers, Koch has embraced his new role as the instant offense off the bench. This is the same guy who dropped 50 against the Nuggets in the 23-24 season, so he adds an X-Factor that most teams don't have in their reserve unit.



Big Three Honoured; Three Rookies in First Team

Borislav Perko (Both first teams), Stan Griffiths (All-NBA Second Team) and Taylor MacKenzie (All-Defensive First Team) were all recognised in the team selections.

Denver's savvy drafting was also received recognition, with three (Jim Simon, James Palmer, Julian Chandler) of their four rookies earning All-Rookie First Team selections.


All-NBA First Team

[LAL] Archie Sheehan
[DEN] Borislav Perko
[NOH] Hobbes MacDonald
[NJN] Nicholas Schneider
[LAC] Dickey Freeman

All-NBA Second Team


[SAN] Gordon Wilkins
[DEN] Stan Griffiths
[NOH] Caleb Vick
[SAN] Dickey Hogan
[GSW] Johnny Williams

All-Defensive First Team

[LAL] Archie Sheehan
[DEN] Borislav Perko
[NOH] Hobbes MacDonald
[DEN] Taylor MacKenzie
[OKC] Willie O'Neal

All-Defensive Second Team


[GSW] Crawford Wilson
[MIN] Bongani Malinga
[NOH] Caleb Vick
[SAN] Dickey Hogan
[PHX] Sergio Carlos

All-Rookie First Team


[MIN] Dorgan MacDonald
[DEN] Jim Simon
[DEN] James Palmer
[DEN] Julian Chandler
[LAC] Casper Legrand

All-Rookie Second Team


[ORL] Luc Brady
[WAS] Clement Ward
[MEM] Pat Legrand
[ATL] Newton Hicks
[TOR] Sly Smith


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Postby Kenny on Sat Jul 21, 2012 3:20 am

The 2024-2025 Player Review

Here's another end of season review where I give an insight on each player from 1-15 on the squad. How they did during the season, what I think of them and any other miscellanous information.

The Starters

Stan Griffiths

A STANdout player in his Rookie season, Stan's sophomore campaign was that of a role player. His numbers were down across the board, but it was due to the dominance of Borislav Perko and Taylor MacKenzie stepping up as the main scorer. Griffiths had fewer attempts, but managed to score 12 points per game as a result of shooting .617 from the field.

His efforts earned him an All-NBA Second Team selection, which signifies that his selection with the first overall pick has been justified.


Borislav Perko

Two quadruple-double games, a triple-double in season averages, a league leader in 3 categories and the Defensive Player of the Year; Borislav basically did everything to get another MVP trophy, but was denied by Nets' star Nicholas Schneider.

11.2 points, 10.9 rebounds, 10.9 assists and 3.4 blocks - those are stats of a game changer.


Dennis Anderson

He only averaged 6.8 points per game in the season, but there's a reason why he's a coach's favourite. Dennis plays great defense, takes charges and is an underrated shot blocker. He's quick enough to stay with point guards and long enough to guard the big men. Anderson had another great season without creating many headlines.


Taylor MacKenzie

T-Mac took his 2024 playoff run and extended it into this season. He averaged 19.9 points and was the league's leader in steals with 2 per game. He was also the best in Denver as far as three point percentage is concerned as well (.352). As the reigning Finals MVP, MacKenzie heads into the 2025 post-season in better shape than he was the previous time around.


James Palmer

With his late season rise, it's hard to believe that Palmer has only played 49 games. After a huge game following his Rookie Challenge MVP, the Nuggets saw enough potential in Palmer to trade away former All-Star Steven Hunt for a pick and an IR filler; so far, Palmer hasn't let anyone down. He averaged 13 points and 4.3 assists per game in his rookie season, which was good enough to see him make the All-Rookie First team, along with two other Denver players.

His shooting consistency needs to be worked on, shooting just .307 from beyond the arc, but he definitely has a bright future ahead of him.



The Bench

Dwight Howard

At age 39, Dwight is still a headache for the opposing team on both ends. Still one of the most physically dominant centres in the league, he could easily play an extra season, which would make him surpass Robert Parish and LeBron James in the years played tally. ONE MORE YEAR!


Derrick Rose

It looked like Rose was set for retirement at the start of the season, missing lots of shots and not getting to the rim like he could in his prime... but he managed to find his range as the season progressed. His value on the bench was another factor in making Steven Hunt expendable.


Julian Chandler

Was a bit of a lost cause at the start of the season, but like Rose, he improved during the season, by taking better shots and attacking the rim. He has incredible athleticism, but lacks range on his shot. Once he develops that, he has the potential to be as good as his hero, Taylor MacKenzie.


Vince MacMahon

The Nuggets experimented a lot with different lineups during the season and the main player affected was Vince MacMahon. In the previous season, he won the 6th man award, but in this one, he missed out on 19 games as Denver were testing the likes of Jim Simon, James Palmer, Derrick Rose and Julian Chandler.

He comes off contract during the off-season and since Rose and Westbrook are probably going to retire, the Nuggets face the possibility of losing three of their point guards.


Jim Simon

On draft night, he was compared to Adam Morrison. It seemed like an unfair comparison, but post-all-star weekend, it was looking fairly accurate. After a dynamic start to the season, Simon's shooting percentages ended up being woeful. He shot 39% from the field, which included a disasterous 21% from beyond the arc.

We saw flashes of brilliance earlier in the season, so we all know what he's capable of. Will Denver stick with him like they did with T-Mac?


Lawrence Griffiths

The other G had a solid rookie season, scoring 6.7 points a game off 60 percent shooting. Offensive efficiency is something he has in common with his brother, but unfortunately, athleticism isn't. I had to wonder at times whether he could even dunk... and he's 6'11!

I think his athleticism will ultimately lower his ceiling, but he'll be a solid rotation centre in an excellent side.


Axel Donnelly

Donnelly was third in a power forward rotation behind Borislav Perko and Stan Griffiths; so it's safe to say that he wasn't going to get a lot of love this season. He generally picked up minutes when either player got in foul trouble or when games got stupidly blown out. He's a better player than that though. He plays a lot bigger than he actually is; he's an excellent rebounder and a surprisingly good post scorer. He just happens to be on the same team of possibly the greatest power forward ever and a rising star.




IR

Liam Leopold

This season had a brief case of Liamsanity, but with his lack of size and strength, he was never really likely to be a part of Denver's already strong centre rotation. Heading into free agency after the completion of the post-season, Leopold's future with the Nuggets is dependent on whether Howard retires or not. Even still, he's likely to be third string centre behind the Griffiths brothers.


Russell Westbrook


In what's probably the last stop in his career, Westbrook has shown signs of rejuvenation with the Nuggets. He had a couple of 20+ point games and his defense made him leap-frog Derrick Rose in the rotation temporarily. It's unlikely that he'll play much in the playoffs, but if all goes well, he should end his career with a second ring.


Sly Mitchell

Never really got much of a chance to showcase his skills. Denver's power forward rotation of Perko, Stan and Donnelly is solid and it's hard to see Mitchell getting any minutes in the playoffs. Will likely head to free agency.
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NBA Playoffs 2025: First Round

East

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West

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(1) Denver Nuggets Vs Portland Trail Blazers (8)

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The Nuggets 2025 Playoffs campaign starts with a good old fashioned division rivalry. Before Denver's 21 game winning streak, the Portland Trail Blazers were one of the last teams to beat the number one seed; so don't expect the Blazers to be pushovers in this one.

Can the Blazers cause an upset? Or will they just be a speed bump in Denver's playoff run?


The Teams

Denver Nuggets

The Starters

| Stan Griffiths | Borislav Perko | Dennis Anderson | Taylor MacKenzie | James Palmer |

The Bench

| Dwight Howard | Derrick Rose | Julian Chandler | Vince MacMahon | Jim Simon | Lawrence Griffiths | Axel Donnelly |

IR

| Liam Leopold | Russell Westbrook | Sly Mitchell |


Portland Trail Blazers

The Starters

| Garth Bender | Fred Gibson | Dilbert Roy | Bertrand Hofmann | Wyatt Walsh |

The Bench

| Liam Koch | Seal Childress | Charles Thompson | Abraham Francis | Edward White | Joe Fournier | Alan Alsten |

IR

| Wil Schulze | Maxwell Hoffman |


The Keys

Denver Nuggets


Perko is obviously the form player at the moment, however he has formidable support in Taylor MacKenzie. T-Mac is the reigning Finals MVP and there'd be no surprise if he caught fire again.


Portland Trail Blazers

The point guard tandem of Wyatt Walsh and Liam Koch could have a huge impact on this series, as James Palmers appears to be the only real defensive liability in the Nuggets starting lineup. If they can take advantage, this series could be more competitive than most would expect.
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Postby megarover on Sat Jul 21, 2012 7:51 am

Soooo the dude on a 40 win 7th seeded Nets wins MVP over the guy that AVERAGES a triple double on a 68 win team. Funny stuff. I didn't know Stan was that good though.
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Postby Andrew on Sat Jul 21, 2012 10:48 am

Perko was robbed, but it looks like the seal has been broken on the quadruple doubles. I'm thinking we might see it happen a couple more times, now that the pressure is off and all.

I'm picking you to sweep the first round, the first step to another Nuggets championship. :)
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Postby Mavs4Life on Sun Jul 22, 2012 11:32 am

BS on Perko not getting MVP. DPOY will have to do, and very nice showcase on that Rookie Team. You'll sweep the 1st round, and Mavs will upset the Hornets!
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Postby Kenny on Thu Jul 26, 2012 10:56 pm

megarover wrote:Soooo the dude on a 40 win 7th seeded Nets wins MVP over the guy that AVERAGES a triple double on a 68 win team. Funny stuff. I didn't know Stan was that good though.


He was also the dude that stopped Denver's winning streak... but I agree, it is pretty funny.

Stan is super efficient.

Andrew wrote:Perko was robbed, but it looks like the seal has been broken on the quadruple doubles. I'm thinking we might see it happen a couple more times, now that the pressure is off and all.

I'm picking you to sweep the first round, the first step to another Nuggets championship. :)


It took a while to get a triple-double and that happens all the time now basically. I don't think QD's will happen as regularly, but I wouldn't be surprised to see one pop up every now and then.

Hopefully you're correct about the championship :)

Mavs4Life wrote:BS on Perko not getting MVP. DPOY will have to do, and very nice showcase on that Rookie Team. You'll sweep the 1st round, and Mavs will upset the Hornets!


Perko did have another historic season, but hopefully the lack of MVP will mean a Larry O'Brien trophy. I think his record of winning a championship after receiving an MVP is actually pretty poor.

There always seems to be at least one crazy upset in the first round of this game, so we'll see.
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NBA Playoffs 2025: First Round

Game 1: Nuggets Win in OT off Stunning Debut

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The Nuggets pulled off an incredible 103-100 win in overtime. Trailing 100-97, James Palmer came up with this play to tie it up at 100:

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On the possession that followed, Fred Gibson drew the foul against Borislav Perko while going for a layup. With the two free throws that could have potentially won the game, Gibson missed them both. Perko grabbed the rebound and called a timeout. With just a few seconds left, James Palmer had the ball for the final play:

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Palmer ended up with 30 points in his post-season debut, to be Denver's co-leader in scoring alongside Taylor MacKenzie. Vince MacMahon came off the bench and scored 12, while Borislav Perko got his first triple-double of the post-season with 10 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists.

If it wasn't for a late game choke, Fred Gibson would have won the performer of the game, with huge numbers of 24 points and 20 rebounds. Bertrand Hofmann scored 22, while Wyatt Walsh and Liam Koch once again proved to be an effective point guard tandem, scoring 18 each.

After this win, Denver lead the series 1-0.

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POR@DEN
(OT)
DEN: 103 (MacKenzie 30, Palmer 30, MacMahon 12)
POR: 100 (Gibson 24, Hofmann 22, Koch 18)

Sprite Performer of the Game: James Palmer 30 points 3 assists 2 steals

Rebounds

DEN: S Griffiths 11
POR: Gibson 20

Assists

DEN: Perko 11
POR: Roy 5

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Game 2: Nuggets Take 2-0 Lead in Denver

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The Denver Nuggets backed up a dramatic game one win with a 96-88 win in game two against the Blazers. It was Taylor MacKenzie and James Palmer once again who did the damage on the offensive end, scoring 26 and 20 respectively. But it was Borislav Perko who was judged to be the best on the court, as he was one rebound astray from his second triple-double of the series. Perko had 14 points, 9 rebounds, 11 assists and 4 blocks. Stan Griffiths himself was only two assists away from the triple-double club with 12 points, 11 rebounds and 8 assists, while Dwight Howard provided the impact off the bench with 11.

Wyatt Walsh (24) and Liam Koch (22) did the bulk of the offensive damage for the Blazers, as Fred Gibson had an off night. It was clear that his confidence had taken a hit after missing two crucial free throws in game one, but he still managed 12 points. Bertrand Hofmann was the last of Portland's double digit scorers with 10.

The Nuggets will now head to Portland with a 2-0 series lead.

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POR@DEN

DEN: 96 (MacKenzie 26, Palmer 20, Perko 14)
POR: 88 (Walsh 24, Koch 22, Gibson 12)

Sprite Performer of the Game: Borislav Perko 14 points 9 rebounds 11 assists 4 blocks 1 steal

Rebounds

DEN: S Griffiths 11
POR: Gibson 7

Assists

DEN: Perko 11
POR: Walsh 7

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Game 3: Denver Blaze Portland

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The Nuggets took a 3-0 series lead against the Trail Blazers after comfortably winning game three by 101-82. Taylor MacKenzie was in prime form once again with 28 points, however, it was Stan Griffiths who proved to be the difference maker. Griffiths was a dominant force in the paint, with 20 points and 10 rebounds. Dennis Anderson (15 points) had his best performance of the post-season so far, while Dwight Howard (14) and James Palmer (12) both had minor contributions.

Portland had six players in double figures, but none of them scored 20 or more, with the highest scorer being Liam Koch (17). In fact, the only other player to score over 15 was Bertrand Hofmann, who tallied 16. Wyatt Walsh (12), Charles Thompson (11), Fred Gibson (10) and Dilbert Roy (10) all played a part, but none had the impact needed to top the dynamic Denver offense.

The Blazers will look to save the series in game four.

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DEN@POR

DEN: 101 (MacKenzie 28, S Griffiths 20, Anderson 15)
POR: 82 (Koch 17, Hofmann 16, Walsh 12)

Sprite Performer of the Game: Stan Griffiths 20 points 10 rebounds 3 assists

Rebounds

DEN: S Griffiths 10
POR: Gibson 9

Assists

DEN: Perko 15
POR: Walsh 7

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Game 4: Nuggets Take Out the Broom in Portland

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The Denver Nuggets completed the series sweep with a 97-77 win in Portland. The Nuggets were only ahead by one point at the end of the 3rd, but a 20 point quarter by James Palmer sealed the deal for the defending champions. He ended up with 22, as he was once again the co-leader in scoring with Taylor MacKenzie. Stan Griffiths continued his solid form with 14 points and 8 rebounds, while both Dennis Anderson (12 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists) and Dwight Howard (10 points, 5 rebounds) had meaningful roles in limited minutes.

For Portland, both Bertrand Hofmann and Wyatt Walsh scored 20 each. Fred Gibson had 14 points and 8 rebounds, while Liam Koch scored 11.

Denver will now face the winner of the series between the Sacramento Kings and the Minnesota Timberwolves.

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DEN@POR

DEN: 97 (MacKenzie 22, Palmer 22, S Griffiths 14)
POR: 77 (Hofmann 20, Walsh 20, Gibson 14)

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Re: Denver Nuggets - The Next Level (NBA Live 10)

Postby megarover on Fri Jul 27, 2012 6:38 am

SWEEEEP!! T-Mac had a pretty smooth series going on. What numbers did he put up during the regular season?
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Postby Houndy on Fri Jul 27, 2012 9:36 am

Palmer has been ballin
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Postby Mavs4Life on Fri Jul 27, 2012 10:42 am

T-Mac going off, with Palmer playing Hero. Go get that ring!
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Postby The X on Fri Jul 27, 2012 1:03 pm

I think series might have been a lot tougher had you not pulled out game 1. Got your Perko jersey IRL yet? :P
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Postby Andrew on Fri Jul 27, 2012 9:58 pm

Called it, sweep. (Y) Looks like Game 1 served as a bit of a wake-up call but it certainly got you in gear.
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Postby Kenny on Sun Jul 29, 2012 1:27 am

megarover wrote:SWEEEEP!! T-Mac had a pretty smooth series going on. What numbers did he put up during the regular season?


He averaged almost 20 points per game. The post-season is definitely his time of year :)

Houndy wrote:Palmer has been ballin


He's been pretty awesome so far. Hopefully he can keep it up... he might be a Finals MVP candidate if he can.

Mavs4Life wrote:T-Mac going off, with Palmer playing Hero. Go get that ring!


It's been a fun scoring tandem. Hopefully it leads to a ring.

The X wrote:I think series might have been a lot tougher had you not pulled out game 1. Got your Perko jersey IRL yet? :P


Definitely; the mentality would have been a lot different.

And I might get one after I pick up either a Faried or a McGee swingman :P

Andrew wrote:Called it, sweep. (Y) Looks like Game 1 served as a bit of a wake-up call but it certainly got you in gear.


I really thought I was going to lose that game, but luckily a few things managed to go my way.
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Postby Kenny on Sun Jul 29, 2012 1:28 am

NBA Playoffs 2025: Conference Semi Finals

East


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West

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First Round Results

East

(1) Chicago 4 - 2 Toronto (8)
(4) New York 4 - 0 Milwaukee (5)
(3) Miami 4 - 1 Indiana (6)
(2) Detroit 4 - 2 New Jersey (7)

West

(1) Denver 4 - 0 Portland (8)
(4) Sacramento 4 - 1 Minnesota (5)
(3) New Orleans 4 - 0 Dallas (6)
(7) Houston 4 - 3 Oklahoma City (2)


(1) Denver Nuggets Vs Sacramento Kings (4)

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Both Denver and Sacramento had easy runs to the semis, with only one loss between the two; and both teams have a backcourt that's running hot. Here are a few stats to show how the starting guards have performed so far:

Shooting Guard

Taylor MacKenzie: 26.5 ppg
Tom Coles: 21 ppg

Point Guard

Tim Banks: 27.2ppg 8apg
James Palmer: 21ppg 5apg



This series could come down to whichever backcourt goes cold first.


The Teams


Denver Nuggets

The Starters

| Stan Griffiths | Borislav Perko | Dennis Anderson | Taylor MacKenzie | James Palmer |

The Bench

| Dwight Howard | Derrick Rose | Julian Chandler | Vince MacMahon | Jim Simon | Lawrence Griffiths | Axel Donnelly |

IR

| Liam Leopold | Russell Westbrook | Sly Mitchell |



Sacramento Kings

The Starters


| Glenn Cole | Toby Lloyd | Rasheed Dixon | Tom Coles | Tim Banks |

The Bench

| Marcus Feehan | Ernie Barker | Steven King | Noah Homer | Manfred Prince | Alex Feehan | Ernie McDonnell |

IR

| Demitri Richter | Lawrence Ryan | Abram Lyons |



The Keys

Denver Nuggets

Taylor MacKenzie and James Palmer have been the two standout offensive performers, but the key to this one is going to be Borislav Perko. Coles and Banks were able to run riot against the Timberwolves, but Perko's shot blocking presense should make them change their mind on a lot of driving opportunities.


Sacramento Kings

Losing Demitri Richter was huge, since he's a legit 7 footer who can back his way to the basket and step outside for the jumpshot. Without him, the Kings offense is a little one dimensional, so they'll have to rely on their star backcourt to out-shoot the Nuggets in this one.
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Re: Denver Nuggets - The Next Level (NBA Live 10)

Postby Andrew on Mon Jul 30, 2012 10:16 am

Could be a tougher series this time around, but I'm predicting it won't go past five games, if indeed you don't pick up another sweep.
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Postby megarover on Mon Jul 30, 2012 4:54 pm

Nuggets in 5. Maybe 6. I don't see this team testing you too hard in this series.
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Postby Mavs4Life on Tue Jul 31, 2012 10:20 am

Not going past 4 o 5 if you ask me.
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Postby Lamrock on Tue Jul 31, 2012 4:35 pm

Good luck against the Kings. I predict a sweep.
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Re: Denver Nuggets - The Next Level (NBA Live 10)

Postby Axel. on Thu Aug 02, 2012 11:13 am

Surprised I haven't missed a page or more's worth of TNL in my absence, but I'm finally caught up. Great job with Perko's second QD, just a shame it had to come against the Rockets. Him not winning MVP is definitely controversial, but the Nuggets winning the championship sure won't be. Good to see you get off to a great start to the playoffs. (Y)
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Re: Denver Nuggets - The Next Level (NBA Live 10)

Postby Kenny on Mon Aug 06, 2012 3:50 pm

Andrew wrote:Could be a tougher series this time around, but I'm predicting it won't go past five games, if indeed you don't pick up another sweep.


megarover wrote:Nuggets in 5. Maybe 6. I don't see this team testing you too hard in this series.


Mavs4Life wrote:Not going past 4 o 5 if you ask me.


Lamrock wrote:Good luck against the Kings. I predict a sweep.


Probably would be a lot tougher with a fit Demitri Richter. I always find 7 footers who can shoot the ball hard to handle. In saying that though, they've got some great perimeter shooters that can put me off my Borislav Perko block party.

Axel. wrote:Surprised I haven't missed a page or more's worth of TNL in my absence, but I'm finally caught up. Great job with Perko's second QD, just a shame it had to come against the Rockets. Him not winning MVP is definitely controversial, but the Nuggets winning the championship sure won't be. Good to see you get off to a great start to the playoffs. (Y)


I guess my life has been a little busier as well. I'm actually majoring in creative writing, so I do a lot of writing even outside of TNL. This used to be one of my only outlets.

Perko's MVP miss was definitely a shock. I'm not sure what's going on with the award system now. I still want to get that illusive Most Improved trophy.
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Postby Kenny on Mon Aug 06, 2012 3:51 pm

NBA Playoffs 2025: Conference Semi Finals

Game 1: Nuggets Grab Early Momentum

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The Nuggets picked up where they left off in the first round by beating the Kings by 94-83. Stan Griffiths led the wayt with 20 points and 8 rebounds. He was supported by Dwight Howard and Taylor MacKenzie, who both scored 15 points. Vince MacMahon and Borislav Perko also contributed, with 10 points each.

Toby Lloyd was the Kings' best player with 22 points and 8 rebounds. Rasheed Dixon (17) and Tim Banks (12 points, 13 assists) both had solid games, but Denver had the power in numbers, as the Kings 3 double-digit scorers paled in comparison to the Nuggets' 5.

Denver lead the series 1-0.

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SAC@DEN

DEN: 94 (S Griffiths 20, Howard 15, MacKenzie 15)
SAC: 83 (Lloyd 22, Dixon 17, Banks 12)

Sprite Performer of the Game: Stan Griffiths 20 points 8 rebounds 1 assist 1 steal

Rebounds

DEN: S Griffiths 8
SAC: Lloyd 8

Assists

DEN: Rose 6
SAC: Banks 13

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Game 2: Super Sub Sparks Nuggets

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The Nuggets came away with an 85-67 win against the Sacramento Kings in game two. With the usual go-to-men struggling for Denver, Vince MacMahon was the difference in the game on the offensive end. He was the only player on either team to score more than 20, with 21 points. Borislav Perko also picked up some of the slack, with 14 points, along with 10 rebounds, 7 assists and 4 blocks. Taylor MacKenzie (12) and James Palmer (10) never looked comfortable in the game, but were still able to contribute.

Both Tim Banks and Glenn Cole led the Kings with 10 points. Cole completed his double-double with 10 rebounds. Tom Coles (11) and Manfred Prince (10) provided a little support, but nothing that would see the Kings get close to the Nuggets.

Denver head to Sacramento with a 2-0 lead.

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SAC@DEN

DEN: 85 (MacMahon 21, Perko 14, MacKenzie 12)
SAC: 67 (Banks 16, Cole 16, Coles 10)

Sprite Performer of Game: Borislav Perko 14 points 10 rebounds 7 assists 4 blocks 1 steal

Rebounds

DEN: Perko 10
SAC: Cole 10

Assists

DEN: Perko 7
SAC: Banks 4

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Game 3: Ten Players Score Double Digits in Nuggets Win

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An incredible team effort saw the Nuggets win by 121-93 against the Kings in game three. Taylor MacKenzie scored the most points for the Nuggets with 14, as he led a field of 10 players in double digits. Dennis Anderson, Dwight Howard and Julian Chandler all scored 12 each. Vince MacMahon scored 11 and had 5 assists, while Stan Griffiths (9 rebounds), Borislav Perko (10 rebounds, 16 assists), James Palmer (7 assists), Derrick Rose (7 assists), and Jim Simon all scored 10.

Sacramento's points were scored in a more condensed fashion, with Rasheed Dixon getting the most with 26. Tom Coles scored 13, while Steven King and Tim Banks (15 assists) both had 10.

The Nuggets will look to wrap the series up in game 4.

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DEN@SAC

DEN: 121 (MacKenzie 14, Anderson 12, Chandler 12)
SAC: 93 (Dixon 26, Coles 13, Banks 10)

Sprite Performer of the Game: Borislav Perko 10 points 10 rebounds 16 assists 2 blocks 1 steal

Rebounds

DEN: Perko 10
SAC: Dixon 7

Assists

DEN: Perko 16
SAC: Banks 15

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Game 4: Nuggets Perfect Run Continues

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The Denver Nuggets completed their second sweep of the playoffs, beating the Sacramento Kings by 89-84 in game 4. After a quiet first three games, both Taylor MacKenzie and James Palmer stepped up for the Nuggets, scoring 26 and 23 respectively. Vince MacMahon continued to provide offensive impact off the bench with 14, while Dwight Howard also had a solid game as a sub, scoring 10.

Tim Banks led the Kings with 24 points and 9 assists, while Toby Lloyd completed his double-double with 19 points and 10 rebounds. Rasheed Dixon was the only other double figure scorer for the Kings, with 14 points.

Despite the final score saying it was a 5 point margin, the Kings never looked likely in the game. A late fourth quarter run made the margin look more respectable, but it was a case of too little, too late.

The Nuggets will meet the winner of the Hornets/Rockets series in the Western Conference Finals.

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DEN@SAC

DEN: 89 (MacKenzie 26, Palmer 23, MacMahon 14)
SAC: 84 (Banks 24, Lloyd 19, Dixon 14)

Sprite Performer of the Game: Borislav Perko 6 points 7 rebounds 9 assists 6 blocks 1 steal

Rebounds

DEN: S Griffiths 11
SAC: Lloyd 10

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DEN: Perko 9
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Postby Andrew on Mon Aug 06, 2012 7:13 pm

Impressive. At this rate, you may just sweep your way through the postseason. (Y)
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Postby Mavs4Life on Tue Aug 07, 2012 3:35 am

16-0, I can feel it. Perko stat line's always look so good haha.
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Postby Lamrock on Wed Aug 08, 2012 4:49 am

It'll be tough, but 16-0 is do-able. Either way, anything short of a title would be devastating.
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Postby megarover on Wed Aug 08, 2012 5:34 am

I knew there wouldn't be much resistance till the Conference Finals. Another sweeeeep
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