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Quietest 13-Game Winning Streak in NBA

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There are a lot of good reasons why the Denver Nuggets are flying under the NBA radar. The reasons to start paying them a lot more attention are just as good.

Tuesday night was a microcosm of the Nuggets' relative obscurity. If a team extends a winning streak to 13 games, and does it on the home court of the defending West champs and current third-best team in the league, and does it with the playoffs only one month and one day away … shouldn't that be the talk of the...

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