This week on the Denver Stiffs Show Zach Mikash and Gordon Gross recap the heartbreaking loss to the Dallas Mavericks. They discuss how the Denver Nuggets inability to keep the Mavericks off the offensive glass ultimately led to Kyrie Irving having and converting a chance at the buzzer. After that the guys talk about the one seed in the west and how important should it be to the team and what is the lowest seed they’d feel comfortable with. Finally they wrap up the show looking ahead to the game against the Minnesota Timberwolves which is the biggest of the season thus far before wrapping up with a brief discussion on Denver’s other two opponents this week: the New York Knicks and Portland Trail Blazers.

Nuggets lose a heartbreaker to the Dallas Mavericks

  • Denver gets eaten alive on the offensive glass.
  • Where does Dallas rank in your least desirable playoff opponents?

Stretch run

  • How important is the one seed? Are you okay with a two or three seed?

Upcoming slate of games

  • First of three massive games against the Minnesota Timberwolves
  • Concerned about the Knicks after they blew out Denver last time?
  • Trap game against Portland to close the week