Nuggets Brace for Clippers Clash Amid Jamal Murray’s Potential Absence


The Denver Nuggets will play the Los Angeles Clippers and James Harden on Thursday night in California. One of the Nuggets’ finest players might not be able to play the game since NBA Champion center Jamal Murray is listed as injured.

In the unlikely scenario that he does not receive the opportunity to get involved, this would be the eighth consecutive game that the former Kentucky superstar has performed without starting. Over the past six, he has failed to make it.

After scoring 47.5% from the field and 41.9% from three-point range in 54 games, Murray has put up another successful season with averages of 20.9 points, 4.1 rebounds, 6.7 assists, and 1.0 steals per game. With a 53-23 record through 76 games, the Nuggets are ranked second in the Western Conference and are among the greatest teams in the league.

Nuggets on 2-Game Streak

The Denver Nuggets will play the Los Angeles Clippers and James Harden on Thursday night in California.

They have a record of 7-3 in their last ten games, and they are now in the midst of a winning streak that will extend for two more games.

Clint Capela and the Atlanta Hawks will be up against in the next game that the Nuggets will play at home in Colorado on Saturday night. The game will be called against Los Angeles. 

Following playing 75 games, the Clippers have a record of 47-28, which places them in the fourth seed position in the Western Conference.

In all, they have played ten games and have an overall record of 5-5. Their most recent defeat came at the hands of the Sacramento Kings, who defeated them by a score of 109-95.

The next game for the Clippers will be taking place on Friday night in Los Angeles, California. Continuing their journey to Denver, they will be playing host to the Utah Jazz this time around.

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