>>Nuggets Dominate Clippers
(Denver, CO) — Nikola Jokic [[ NEE-koh-lah YO-kitch ]] and Jamal Murray led the Nuggets to another big win, this time over the Clippers, 121-100 at the Pepsi Center. Jokic racked up his third triple-double in as many games, going for 18 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists. The record is nine straight by Wilt Chamberlain in 1968. Murray had a team-high 23 points. Mason Plumlee added a double-double off the bench putting up 17 and 12. The Nuggets have won two straight and seven of eight. They have the best record in the West at 28-and-12.
>>Avs Continue Canadian Road Trip With Visit To Montreal Tomorrow
(Montreal, Quebec) — Colorado will continue its five-game Canadian road trip tomorrow when they visit the Canadiens in Montreal. The Avs have lost the first two games of the trip to the Jets and Flames. They will face the Leafs and Senators before heading home next weekend to face the Kings.
>>Buffaloes Get Big Win Against Wazzu, Denver Tops South Dakota State
(Boulder, CO) — Colorado picked up its first conference win with a 92-60 beat down of Washington State in Boulder. Tyler Bey scored a career-high 26 points, Shane Gatling had 17 off the bench and D’Shawn Schwartz added 16. The Buffaloes are 10-and-5 and 1-and-2 in Pac-12 play. Denver lost to South Dakota State 78-66 in Brookings. The Pioneers are 5-and-14 and oh-and-5 in the Summit League. Colorado State will host New Mexico tomorrow afternoon while the Falcons will take on San Diego State in Colorado Springs.