The Mavs set a franchise record by holding the Nuggets to five points in the third quarter, an extreme example of Dallas' improved defense.
ScheduleAll times ET
- 10/2L 103-96
- 10/6W 96-86
- 10/8W 112-94
- 10/13W 114-103
- 10/16W 106-81
- 10/18L 111-98
- 10/22L 98-78
- 10/28W 105-85
- 10/30L 95-78
- 11/1L 117-93
- 11/3W 120-109
- 11/5L 96-84
- 11/6L 119-104
- 11/9W 108-104
- 11/11W 103-102
- 11/13W 107-98
- 11/14L 105-81
- 11/17W 115-98
- 11/18L 109-98
- 11/20L 114-107
- 11/22L 118-105
- 11/24L 111-94
- 11/27L 91-80
- 11/28L 92-81
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Deron Williams scored 22 points, Zaza Pachulia added 16 points and 12 rebounds, and the Dallas Mavericks used a 16-0 run to begin the second half and beat the Denver Nuggets 92-81 on Saturday.
Which Nuggets can help you in DFS?
Denver SF Danilo Gallinari has built a sustainable fantasy floor this season making him worth budgeting for. Our experts also like Will Barton and Darrell Arthur against the Mavs on Saturday. DFS best buys (Insider)
Nuggets on the fantasy radar
Gary Harris averages over 26 minutes per game, which has translated into some productive fantasy performances. Also, keep an eye on Joffrey Lauvergne, who's close to returning from a back injury. Forecast: Nov. 30-Dec 6
Kawhi Leonard scored 25 points, and the San Antonio Spurs beat the Denver Nuggets 91-80 on Friday night for their fourth win in a row.
Top Headline: Nuggets focus on winning next game
Top Headline: Nuggets center Nikola Jokic may turn out to be a special player
Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan each scored 18 points and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Denver Nuggets 111-94 on Tuesday night to snap a three-game losing streak.
Don't skim over Gary Harris
On a night with a number of high-priced stars in noteworthy matchups, Harris is a smaller investment that could prove to have a big fantasy payout. DFS building blocks
Top Headline: Nuggets need to improve at defending three-point shots
Top Headline: Left ankle injury, sore back benches Faried
The Warriors matched the 1948-49 Capitols and '93-94 Rockets for the best start in NBA history by moving to 15-0 with a 118-105 win over the Nuggets on Sunday.
Final: Warriors 118, Nuggets 105
Golden State has tied the NBA record to start a season at 15-0. This is the 10th double-digit win this season for the Dubs and the first time Stephen Curry has scored less than 20 points in a game. Box score
Halftime: Warriors 64, Nuggets 58
The Nuggets led by one point late in the first half, but the Warriors ended the second quarter on a 14-7 run to take a six-point lead into the locker room. Golden State is 39-1 in its past 40 games when they score at least 60 points in the first half. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN
Nuggets @ Bucks
BMO Harris Bradley Center - Mon 11/30