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8-6, 2nd in Northwest

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

Led by Evan Turner (10 points, four assists), the Portland Trail Blazers' bench opened up a big first-half lead over the Denver Nuggets only to see the Nuggets' starters rally to within five at halftime, 54-49.

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

With Gary Harris missing his second consecutive game due to right shoulder soreness, Will Barton will start Monday for the Denver Nuggets against his former team, the Portland Trail Blazers.

Great movement creates an easy layup for Barton (0:21)
Jokic finds Barton for the open 3-pointer (0:20)
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Mudiay on fire for Nuggets

Emmanuel Mudiay sunk eight of his 10 shots and added a free throw to net a season-high 21 points in Thursday's win over Oklahoma City. The Warriors' Nick Young is the only other player this season to score at least 21 points in a game with 10-or-fewer shots and no more than one free-throw attempt. Mudiay is the first player with such a game for the Nuggets since they joined the NBA in 1976-77. (Elias Sports Bureau)

Thunder fall to 0-6 against the West (1:07)

Mudiay's 21 points leads Nuggets past Thunder 102-94

Emmanuel Mudiay scored 10 of his 21 points in the fourth quarter, including the go-ahead 3-pointer midway through the period, and the Denver Nuggets beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 102-94 on Thursday night.

Millsap makes a crazy shot in the clutch (0:21)
Mudiay makes sweet move at basket (0:21)
George has some moves (0:20)
Jokic's beautiful bounce pass leads to and-1 (0:19)
Beasley streaks in for and-1 (0:20)
Westbrook throws it down off turnover (0:17)
Millsap swats Russ, leads to 3-pointer (0:28)
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Melo passes Iverson on all-time scoring list

Hitting a 3-pointer against the team that drafted him third overall in the 2003 draft, Thunder forward Carmelo Anthony moved passed former Nuggets teammate Allen Iverson to 24th on the NBA's all-time scoring list.

Gary Harris on Jokic: 'The kid can play' (0:47)
Harris has high praise for Jokic (0:47)
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Lowe Post: Harris On Bouncing Back, Jokic, More

Zach talks to Denver Nuggets guard Gary Harris about rebounding from a bad rookie season, the way of the Joker, altitude sickness, the future of the Nuggets and more.

AP Photo/David Zalubowski

Big night for Nikola Jokic

Jokic scored a career-high 41 points to lead the Nuggets to victory Tuesday. The 22-year-old also grabbed a game-high 12 rebounds and tied for the team lead with five assists. Jokic is by far the youngest player to reach those numbers in a game for the Nuggets since they joined the NBA in 1976-77. No other player has had a 40/10/5 statline for Denver before his 27th birthday. (Elias Sports Bureau)

Team Stats

Points Per Game105.815th
Rebounds Per Game44.7Tied-13th
Assists Per Game23.76th
Points Allowed104.812th

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