If the Nuggets’ last 11 games turn out to be the beginning of next season’s training camp, as coach Brian Shaw says they will, it’s going to be one whale of a camp.
In the closing stretch, the Nuggets play San Antonio, Houston and Golden State twice each and also have games against the Los Angeles Clippers and Memphis. It’s part of a difficult stretch run that will challenge how much the Nuggets (32-39) want to push to get as close as possible to .500.
“Playing the best teams, we get to continue to see what we’re made of,” Shaw said.
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