#The Denver Nuggets

Pelicans now second in West behind deep bench

In a Western Conference that is as open as it has ever been, the New Orleans Pelicans are starting to cement themselves as a legitimate contender. They currently stand at a 15-8 record, good for second place in the Western Conference. The Pelicans have won four straight, as well as nine in their last eleven, with their “big three” of Zion Williamson, Brandon Ingram and CJ McCollum only playing together in two of those 11 games.
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On this day: 2nd-lowest score in Boston's history; Larry Bird, Antoine Walker triple-double

On this day in Boston Celtics history, in the very first NBA season of the storied franchise’s existence in 1946, the Celtics scored their second-lowest point total in franchise history in their 17th game of existence in the Basketball Association of America (BAA – a precursor league to the NBA). The ignominious honor came on the road in a 62-44 loss to the New York Knicks, the Celtics’ 14th loss of a very rough inaugural campaign for the franchise.
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Hawks’ Trae Young trolls Knicks with phrase on custom sneakers

Atlanta Hawks point guard Trae Young has fully assumed the role of villain to the New York Knicks, especially when he’s playing on the hardwood at Madison Square Garden. Two seasons ago, Young tortured the surprising fourth-seeded Knicks in the playoffs, and the Hawks defeated them in five games to advance. Young was the game’s leading scorer in each Hawks win.

Portland's Josh Hart (ankle) probable on Thursday

Portland Trail Blazers guard Josh Hart (ankle) is listed as probable for Thursday's contest versus the Denver Nuggets. Hart appers on track to play on Thursday after he was listed as probable with a left ankle sprain. In 36.1 expected minutes, our models project Hart to score 32.0 FanDuel points.
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Fantasy Basketball: Who's hot, who's not, mid-tier DFS play for Wednesday

Tuesday's main slate was an exciting one. LeBron James returned home to Ohio hoping to take down his old team, but Donovan Mitchell's 43-point outburst nipped that in the bud. The Dallas Mavericks capped off the night by edging out the Denver Nuggets by one point, but Luka Doncic's triple-double performance wasn't the only thing fantasy mangers should be taking note of from that matchup. Wednesday's 11-game slate is on the way and we'll review who's hot and who's not before giving out a strong DFS play here.

Jason Kidd Opens Up About Luka Doncic’s Stellar Season

The Dallas Mavericks are in the midst of a three-game winning streak and have had some pretty convincing and impressive victories over the last week. Not only did they just beat the Denver Nuggets, but they also decimated the Phoenix Suns and took down the New York Knicks by 21 points too.
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Pelicans vs. Pistons: How to watch online, live stream info, game time, TV channel

The Detroit Pistons haven't won a game against the New Orleans Pelicans since Feb. 14 of last year, but they'll be looking to end the drought Wednesday. Detroit might have tired legs after a contest yesterday as they head on the road against New Orleans at 8 p.m. ET Dec. 7 at Smoothie King Center. The Pistons are hoping to patch up the holes in a defense that has allowed an average of 117.35 points per matchup.
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LISTEN: Mavs Officially Streaking & ‘Believing’ After Gutsy Win in Denver

When the Dallas Mavericks take on the Milwaukee Bucks at American Airlines Center on Friday night, the circumstances will be much different than they were 10 days ago. The Mavs entered Milwaukee on Nov. 27 on the second night of a back-to-back having lost three straight games. This time, they'll enter the rematch having three days of rest while riding a three-game winning streak.