Tickets to the Denver Nuggets


EventDateCity and Venue
NBA Preseason: Los Angeles Lakers vs. Denver Nuggets Mon. October 2, 2017
Los Angeles, CA - Staples Center
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NBA Preseason: Los Angeles Lakers vs. Denver Nuggets Wed. October 4, 2017
Ontario, CA - Citizens Business Bank Arena - CA
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About The Denver Nuggets

The Denver Nuggets have always been about scoring. In the early 1990s sports writers called the team "Enver Nuggets" as in there's no "D." This propensity for scoring began in 1981 when the team hired Doug Moe as head coach. He utilized a "motion offense" and was less focused on defense than other coaches. As a result, the Nuggets scored at least 100 points in 136 consecutive games to establish an NBA record.

Moe was replaced by Paul Westhead in 1990 and he cared even less about defense. However, his style wasn't successful and he was fired in 1992. Decades later, the Nuggets still were scoring a bunch of points. In March of 2008, Denver defeated the Seattle SuperSoncis 168-116. It was the third most points scored in regulation in NBA history.

The Denver Rockets were a charter member of the American Basketball Association (ABA) which was founded in 1967. In anticipation of joining the NBA in 1976, the franchise changed its name to the "Nuggets." Denver, with legendary coach Larry Brown, won the last ABA championship in 1976. As of 2010, they have yet to even make the NBA Finals. The highlight of the franchise's postseason history came in 1994.

A Nuggets team led by defensive center Dikembe Mutombo entered the playoffs as the 8th-seeded team. After dropping the first two games to the 1st-seeded SuperSonics, the Nuggets rallied to win the five-game series. With the improbable comeback the Nuggets became the first 8th-seeded team to defeat a 1st-seeded team in the history of the NBA playoffs.

The Nuggets are aligned in the Northwest Division of the Western Conference. The franchise sells Nugget tickets to the Pepsi Center located within the city limits of Denver, Colorado. Some of the more memorable Nuggets include Alex English, David Thompson, Dan Issel, Kiki Vandeweghe, Chauncey Billups, and Carmelo Anthony—one of the NBA's best scorers. The Nuggets main rivals are the Utah Jazz, Portland Trail Blazers, and Oklahoma City Thunder.