Nuggets stumble on another aimless night for Campazzo

Mike Malone’s job at the helm of the Nuggets is not easy if we focus simply on how he should adjust the rotation so that a well-balanced roster, in which only Nikola Jokic (NBA MVP) seems to have a high number of guaranteed minutes . Therefore, a caveat must be granted. Their work is looked at with a magnifying glass from Argentina for having Campazzo in their ranks, one of the only two left in the League along with Bolmaro. The two faced each other tonight and have followed a similar path. Facu has come closer to Leandro’s situation, who does not play for the Timberwolves, than to that of other teammates for whom Malone has decided. The coach’s work is scrutinized one more night, this time with more logic because Denver ended its five-game winning streak by falling at the Target Center 130-115 in a hastily decided match. It was, in fact, that speed in the sentence that allowed Facu Campazzo to finally have 12 minutes to play and try to demonstrate, although he was left with zero in the points box.

This defeat is not a danger. If you look at the good stretch that just ended, away wins against the Nets or Bucks greatly improve the Nuggets’ qualifying balance. Regaining troops, Forbes gaining a place, taking Porter’s injury exception that will give more flexibility to move before the market ends, Murray with options to return… The scenario has changed for them in recent days and it’s for the better. Minnesota just did a better job Tuesday and took the contest to a placid ground..

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The bench was not successful on the side of the Nuggets, perhaps there is also a good complaint from the Argentine fans. 4/18 between Forbes, Rivers and ‘Bones’, the outsides ahead of Campazzo in the rotation aside from starters Morris and Barton. The match was decided thanks to the points of the substitutes, if we hit more. 68 points of the 130 of the Nuggets were from the non-starters, but in the first three quarters they took 31 (48 to 17) difference from their rival in this facet. Reid, Nowell and Beasley, the latter a former Colorado player, were joined by a successful Taurean Prince, who finished with the same 8/12 as his teammate Karl Towns. Nikola Jokic led his team and was two assists away from another triple-double, but it was useless in a match dominated from the second quarter by the locals.

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