At this point, the Denver Nuggets are firmly in first place in the Western Conference and are dominant against nearly any team they play against.
The team is tough to beat no matter the conditions.
But victory is sometimes almost impossible when an opponent is taking on the Nuggets on their home court in Denver.
NBA Muse has highlighted the astonishing fact that the Nuggets are now 30-4 at home for the season.
The Denver Nuggets are 30-4 at home this season.
— NBA Muse (@NBAMuse24) March 7, 2023
Those few losses mostly came at the start of the season.
They were beaten by the New York Knicks and Detroit Pistons at home in November, then the Dallas Mavericks in December, and finally the Oklahoma City Thunder in January.
Aside from that, they have cleaned up every time another team has challenged them at home.
Their latest big win at Ball Arena came on Monday night, as the Nuggets took out the Toronto Raptors, 118-113.
They have won the last four games in a row and are seven games ahead of the second-place Memphis Grizzlies, who are going through a slew of problems right now.
As the postseason gets closer, the Nuggets are hoping to cement their place atop the West.
They will have many teams like the Grizzlies, Sacramento Kings, and Phoenix Suns aiming to take them down but the Nuggets have repeatedly proven that they aren’t afraid of any takers in the league.
The Nuggets have had a phenomenal regular season.
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