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Mar 5, 2014; Denver, CO, USA; Denver Nuggets point guard Aaron Brooks (0) picks up a loose ball against Dallas Mavericks point guard Jose Calderon (8) in the second quarter at the Pepsi Center. Mandatory Credit: Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports

Nuggets Vs. Mavs Preview

The Nuggets will look to win their 3rd win in a row tomorrow against the Dallas Mavericks. The Nuggets have looked great lately and have beaten some good teams. The Nuggs have recently beaten the Clippers and Heat and will look to build off of those major wins. The Mavs come into the game following a loss, but they have won 5 of their last 7. Tomorrow should be a great game and the Nuggets could easily extend their streak.

The Nuggets are going to have a hard time with Dallas tomorrow night if Ty Lawson can’t go. Lawson could not play last night against the Pistons due to headaches and the hope is that he will be cleared to play soon. If he can’t play, look for Aaron Brooks to shine again. He is coming off of a monster game and if he is given the time he will likely do some more damage.

The Mavs offense is going to be hard to stop. The Mavs are lead by slasher Monta Ellis, and Shooter Dirk Nowitski. Kenneth Faried is going to need to step up on defense again and so will Randy Foye. Both players combined are averaging 38 points per game and Dirk is grabbing 6 boards. Both of these teams play with similar styles and it is going to be a great game.

The Nuggets are going to keep things rolling and grab another win. I’m predicting a Nuggets win by a score of 119-112. Look for the Nuggets to score a bunch of points again and look for them to contain Dirk. The game will likely go back and forth, but I believe the Nuggs will hold on. Be sure to follow along on twitter @Nugg_Love for game updates.

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