Game two of the Denver Nuggets vs Houston Rockets will take place Wednesday at Ball arena. Denver took care of Houston with no issue in the first meeting on Monday with a 129-113 victory.
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A game that featured a nostalgic Jamal Murray performance. Scoring a season-high 31, the most points since returning from the ACL injury he sustained back in March of 2021. Despite Blue Arrow making an appearance, the best performance goes to two-time MVP Nikola Jokic who tallied 32. A dominating performance all around, nonetheless the reigning MVP gave praise to the Rockets’ young big man Alperen Sengun, who has idolized Jokic since before joining the league. Sengun, who led his young team with 18 pts, looks forward to the second half of this back-to-back matchup and showcasing what he learned while guarding the Serbian Sensation during Monday’s contest. If the Nuggets want the same result as Monday they will have to come up with a no-mercy approach against a team with the worst win percentage in the Western Conference. Here are three things to look out for ahead of Wednesday’s game
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