Wednesday, November 28, 2012

George karl nuggets

  • Nuggets struggling at the line

    Denver Nuggets head coach George Karl lowers his head in the third quarter during an NBA basketball game with the Utah Jazz Monday, Nov. 26, 2012, in Salt Lake City.

  • Coach George Karl far from pleased with Denver Nuggets' 7-6 start

    Nuggets coach George Karl is trying to stamp Ujiri's words into the impressionable minds of his relatively young team.

  • Karl's Refusal to Start McGee Costing Nuggets Wins

    The Denver Nuggets have visibly struggled throughout the first few weeks of the NBA season. Their running and gunning seems to have a lot less gunpowder, and shots just don't seem to be falling at a rate that they're used to.

  • Nuggets Still Search For New Identity

    "There's no question we're not wearing teams out like we did last year," said Nuggets coach George Karl, whose team, for much of the night, looked like it was the one that played the night before in L.A.

  • How the Nuggets can learn from Seattle ... circa 1994

    It can be argued that one single playoff series altered the perception of George Karl completely. From up-and-coming young coach with an exciting squad, to a Marty Schottenheimer-esqe "can't win the big game" moniker.

  • Nuggets spoil Love's surprising debut for Wolves

    Denver Nuggets head coach George Karl reacts in the second half of an NBA basketball game against the Minnesota Timberwolves, Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012, … Denver Nuggets' Danilo Gallinari, left, of Italy, drives around Minnesota Timberwolves' ...

  • Denver Nuggets forward Wilson Chandler still unable to play

    Saying he's getting "conflicting reports" about Wilson Chandler's condition, Nuggets coach George Karl said Friday night that he doesn't know when the veteran forward will be back in the team's lineup. Chandler, counted upon to be a player Karl could ...

  • Iguodala's 29 help Nuggets top Warriors

    "I think Ty and him have a little bit of a rivalry," Nuggets coach George Karl said. "Ty's pressure in the last couple of games has been getting better.

  • Denver Nuggets coach George Karl always sees room for improvement

    That brings us to George Karl, the lifer. The Nuggets' coach, who got his first gig in 1984, begins another season with Denver on Wednesday at Philadelphia.

  • Denver Nuggets: Is This George Karl's Last Chance?

    With nine of their next 13 games coming on the road in November, this feat will certainly not be an easy task. This begs the question: If the Nuggets stumble this season, will George Karl be shown the door? The success under Karl has definitely been ...

  • Is George Karl Mismanaging the Denver Nuggets?

    The Nuggets drafted Faried in the first round. The Nuggets paid McGee top dollar to stay in town. And yet, George Karl is treating them on the same level as Brewer and Chandler. I've been appealing to George Karl for years to figure things out. Clearly ...

  • Will George Karl go big with Nuggets' lineup?

    Can't wait for season opener in Philly. Driving down for the game... If Danilo Gallinari is to be the scoring leader on this team, he needs to have the green light from Nuggets coach George Karl to shoot 20 shots per game. He needs that confidence from ...

  • Do the Nuggets have the yips? Denver's shooting a concern, Karl says

    The clanking of stray shots isn't quite at freak-out level for coach George Karl and his misfiring Nuggets, but it's creeping toward the red.

  • Bosh scores 40 in Heat victory

    MIAMI - Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said the fast tempo reminded him of "circa 1980s NBA." The old-school basketball worked for Miami as Chris Bosh scored 40 points, and Ray Allen haunted his former coach with a four-point play with 6.7 seconds left.

  • Denver Nuggets guard Andre Miller a senior citizen in the NBA

    The league's youngest team? Houston. The Rockets' average age is 24 years, eight days. Before Sunday's game, Nuggets coach George Karl was asked hypothetically what advice he'd give to the New Orleans staff and their young team. With a chuckle, Karl ...

  • Jazz-Nuggets Preview

    After limiting his minutes early on, coach George Karl and the Denver Nuggets are reaping the benefits from letting the "Manimal" loose.

  • Nuggets are haven for former Wolves

    "He's not a flashy guy," said Nuggets coach George Karl. "But he's a guy who does a lot of dirty work for us, and I think probably he's our most fundamental player.

  • Denver Nuggets Post-Game Teammate Grades vs Minnesota Timberwolves

    Denver trailed 44-58 at the half, but following a a classic George Karl speech and some stifling defensive intensity the Nuggets erupted for a 14-2 run in the third quarter. They actually held the Wolves to just 36 points in the entire second half ...

  • PHOTOS: Nuggets fall to 0-2

    Nov 2, 2012; Orlando, FL, USA; Denver Nuggets head coach George Karl reacts after a foul call during the third quarter at Amway Center.

  • Denver Nuggets' Corey Brewer at home shooting from the corner

    Nuggets swingman Corey Brewer "knows how to play," says coach George Karl. (Barry Gutierrez, The Associated Press).

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