Adam Mares and Brendan Vogt offer their hottest takes that they're not sure they even believe about Michael Porter Jr., Jerami Grant and how Denver's two newest additions have expanded the Nuggets' title window.
Allie Monroy is back at it again with an All-Star panel of DNVR beat reporters to discuss a variety of sports topics in the Mile High City. With Ryan Koenigsberg, Drew Creasman, Nathan Rudolph and Brendan Vogt, the team goes over the Colorado Avalanche's incredible start and how the future's never looked brighter for the Denver Nuggets. We also go over the Broncos two-game winning streak and of course, the pod wouldn't be complete without the usual “Who Won the Week” debate.
Harrison Wind shares his notes from the Nuggets' preseason win over the Suns. He discusses where the Nuggets' small forward competition stands, Michael Porter Jr.'s impressive night and progression over the course of the preseason, and what else stood out from Jamal Murray's night to Gary Harris and Nikola Jokic's performance.
Harrison Wind and Brendan Vogt recap the Nuggets' preseason win over the Clippers, discuss how Michael Porter Jr. has progressed from Denver's opener to game No. 2, if the small forward competition is over, Nikola Jokic and Jamal Murray's showings, and why depth will be a key ingredient to whatever success the Nuggets have this season.
In this episode, Adam Mares shares his notes from the first preseason game of the year. Grant and Monte Morris both stood out on rewatch. MPJ showed signs of the elite cutting that Nikola Jokic referenced at training camp, and Jamal Murray looked like he wanted the night off. Lots of great detail in the first ever notebook episode of the show. Check it out and don't forget to leave a rating or review on iTunes!
Allie Monroy is back with an All-Star panel of DNVR beat reporters to discuss a variety of sports topics in the Mile High City. With Ryan Koenigsberg, Henry Chisholm, Nathan Rudolph and Adam Mares, the crew can hardly contain their excitement over the much-hyped debut of Michael Porter Jr. and Mikko Rantanen's otherworldly first two games. The pod wouldn't be complete without the usual “Who Won the Week” debate and some football talk at all levels.
Adam Mares, Harrison Wind and Brendan Vogt break down the Nuggets' preseason win over the Trail Blazers where Michael Porter Jr. made his long-awaited debut. The guys discuss what stood out from his night, and who impressed and who didn't in Portland.
Brendna Vogt fills Adam Mares in on the last two days of training camp and the two gush about the perfect highlight - a nine-pass sequence that led to an MPJ three-pointer. We talk about that and so much more.
Harrison Wind and Brendan Vogt recap Day 2 of Nuggets training camp, discuss the latest developments around the open competition at small forward, who's currently atop the depth chart at the three, and other takeaways from the Olympic Training Center.
Harrison Wind and Brendan Vogt discuss what they learned at the Nuggets' first training camp practice, just how much film Jamal Murray watched this summer, how Denver plans to manage Nikola Jokic's minutes during the preseason, and set expectations for Michael Porter Jr.'s preseason and perhaps rookie campaign.
Allie Monroy is back again with an All-Star panel of DNVR beat reporters to discuss a variety of sports topics in the Mile High City. With Ryan Koenigsberg, Drew Creasman, AJ Haefele and Eric Wedum, the crew go over a disappointing week for the Denver Broncos and the merciful (but fun) end to the Colorado Rockies season. More importantly, they discuss a great time for both the Colorado Avalanche and Denver Nuggets to be real contenders as their seasons are around the corner. The pod wouldn't...
Happy Media Day! The Nuggets' season has officially begun and Harrison Wind and Brendan Vogt fill you in on what you need to know from a busy morning at Pepsi Center. Do the Nuggets really believe they're championship contenders? What stood out from Michael Porter Jr.'s media sessions and can the rookie snag Denver's starting small forward spot? Is Paul Millsap open to "load management" this season? Wind and Vogt fill you in on all those storylines and more.
Adam Mares, Harrison Wind, and Brendan Vogt discuss Kobe Bryant's invite-only camp and then respond to DNVR subscriber questions about a potential big three in Denver, Jamal Murray's potential leap, who needs to be memorialized in a statue outside Pepsi Center, and more. *If you're a subscriber and have a question for the show submit them in the comments section on any post on theDNVR.com*
Adam Mares, Harrison Wind and Brendan Vogt give you the inside scoop from the Nuggets' ping pong charity event Thursday night and then predict future headlines that they'll hear at Media Day, the end of the preseason and on Dec. 15.
Allie Monroy is joined by an All-Star panel of DNVR decision-makers to discuss the creation and vision behind the new company. With Brandon Spano, Ryan Koenigsberg, Adam Mares, and Eric Wedum, the team gives you an inside look in everything that went into our new hires and rebrand. The crew also debate “Who Won the Week” and introduce a new segment. Join in on the conversation in the comment section below and let us know who YOU think won the week.
Adam Mares, Harrison Wind, and Brendan Vogt discuss the five most important storylines of training camp. Who's in and who's out of the Nuggets' rotation? Will this be the year of Jamal Murray or Michael Porter Jr.? Where is Nikola Jokic at mentally and more.
Adam Mares, Harrison Wind and Brendan Vogt convene for the first episode of the DNVR Nuggets podcast. The guys discuss what DNVR is and what to expect from their Nuggets' coverage this season and then begin to break down the 10 most important storylines surrounding the team with Media Day less than a week away.