Aaron Gordon explains why nuggets are so tough at home

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Aaron Gordon #50 of the Denver Nuggets warms up before Game 4 of the NBA Western Conference Semifinals at the Footprint Center on May 07, 2023 in Phoenix, Arizona.  The Suns beat the Nuggets 129-124.  NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that by downloading and/or using this photograph, user accepts the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.

On Sunday, the Denver Nuggets are set to host the Miami Heat at the Ball Arena in the Mile High City for Game 2, with the team hoping to lead a 2-0 series before crossing the country to play Games 3 and 4 at Kaseya Center in Miami. .

While it’s hard to count a team as resilient as the Heat in any series, with all the success Jimmy Butler and company have had so far as an underdog in the NBA playoffs , the Nuggets would be in an ideal position with a 2-0 lead before hitting the road.

Ahead of Game 2 in Denver, veteran forward Aaron Gordon spoke to the media about the importance of playing at Ball Arena via the Nuggets’ Twitter account.

The Nuggets haven’t lost a single game at home in the playoffs so far, which doesn’t bode well for the Heat’s chances of claiming victory Sunday night in Denver.

Even during the regular season, the Nuggets only lost seven games at Ball Arena, and that’s about as impressive as it gets in terms of home dominance.

Although the Nuggets are a dominant team when playing at home, the Heat have defied the odds throughout the playoffs and will look to do the same as they attempt to compete with Nikola Jokic and company.

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It will be interesting to see how things play out in this series and if the Nuggets can continue to dominate or if the Heat still have a magic run in them.

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