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Denver Nuggets win first NBA title. Champagne popping & locker room party. Jokic, MPJ, Gordon, Murray, Green, Jordan, Watson. Kroenke

Nuggets champs

A rain of confetti and champagne. A night that changed history for the city of Denver.

The Nuggets defeated the Miami Heat 4-1, conquering the first title for the Denver franchise.

It is the Nuggets’ first NBA championship in their 47 NBA seasons, the most seasons played by a team before winning a title.

Nikola Jokić was named MVP of the finals. The Serbian talent averaged over 30 points, 14 rebounds, and 7.2 assists in the NBA finals. The joker took his game to new heights this postseason with one of the best playoff runs in history. He was dominant with his scoring, rebounding and passing, leading the league in the postseason in all three categories: points, rebounds, assists. The Nuggets’ last game was not pretty. It was somehow frenetic, tense, and doomed by bad shooting. Denver missed 20 of its first 22 three-point attempts and seven of its first 13 free throws. Yet, the Nuggets found a way to close out the series. “It was ugly and we couldn’t make shots,” Jokic said after the game. “But at the end, we figured it out.” What did it take to win a title? “Luck,” Jokic told me.

Watch the celebrations in the locker room, the tears, the champagne bottles popping.

Sound bites with Jokic, Aaron Gordon, Jamal Murray, DeAndre Jordan, Michael Porter Jr., Jeff Green, Peyton Watson, Nuggets owner Stan Kroenke.

Press conference interviews with Bruce Brown, Aaron Gordon, and the MVP Jokic.


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