Thursday, August 2, 2007

Nuggs Announce 2007-08 Schedule

(Boulder-CO) The Denver Nuggets will kick-off the 2007-08 campaign against the Ray Allen and Rashard Lewis-less Seattle Supersonics at the Pepsi Center on Halloween. You can learn more by clicking this link.
Call me cocky, call me crazy, but I am already going to predict a win on opening night against Kevin Durant and the Sonics. After what I saw Durant do in summer league play, and with the losses the Seattle Supersonics have endured, I just do not see the Seattle boys planting the L on AI, ‘Melo, Nene, and the rest of the Mile High crew.

Go Nuggets!
UPDATE: Click this link to view the complete schedule for the 2007-08 campaign and note all the nationally televised games the Nuggets are going to play! The Nuggets will be featured on national television 26 times (once on ABC, 10 times on ESPN, 9 times on NBATV and 6 times on TNT). All non-exclusive games will be aired on Altitude or Altitude2. I'm trying not to get too excited seeing how there is still nearly 90 days to wait before things around here get back into full swing.
Go Nuggets!

4 comments:

Dennis Köhler said...

Nice Schedule, pretty easy start. I was scared about playing Minnesota in our second game, remember last season? K-Mart got injured and never played for the Nuggets again after it.

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Kieran said...

The first part of the schedule looks pretty easy. Their first two games are against Seattle and Minny, who might be the two worst teams in the league next year, and then it stays pretty easy for the first half of the season. Their roughest stretch comes in early March, when they have five consecutive games against Phoenix, San Antonio, Utah, and Houston. Ouch!

aeneas said...

I was kinda concerned about how JR is feeling right now and if he still suffers from the accident a lot, but I found this picture from the T-Mac Softball Charity event on which he (kinda) smiles. Well at least he seems to leave the house by occasion. ;-)

folkart4 said...

Hoping Nuggets can do better on the Friday night games on ESPN. How many did they play this year? It seems like we lost all of them.

Any chance for another veteran with playoff experience making the team?