Denver Nuggets 2023-24 TV Schedule & How to Watch Games

Denver Nuggets 2023-24 TV Schedule & How to Watch Games

How are the 2022-2023 NBA Champions shaping up this season? The Denver Nuggets are back on the court as the reigning champions and are looking to keep up their momentum after their first-ever NBA Finals win. And based on the looks of the team, they may be able to do it again. Here is a look at the Denver Nuggets 2023-2024 schedule, including key matchups and the In-Season Tournament.

And find out how you can watch the Denver Nuggets play live with DIRECTV.


The Nuggets are hitting the court as the reigning champs, and their schedule this season will surely put their skills to the test. Below is a full look at the Denver Nuggets 2023-2024 schedule, including game times and where to catch the team’s 22 nationally televised games. 


All eyes will be on the Nuggets this year, as the team attempts to repeat last season’s success. That also means the other 29 NBA teams will be eager to beat them if they get the chance. Below are some of the biggest and most anticipated games for the Nuggets this season.

Home Opener: Nuggets vs. Los Angeles Lakers… 10/24/2023 @ 5:30 pm MDT (Watch on TNT)

Christmas Day Game: Nuggets vs. Golden State Warriors… 12/25/2023 @ 12:30 pm MST (Watch on ESPN)

Rivalry Game: Nuggets vs. Philadelphia 76ers… 01/27/2024@ 3:30 pm MST (Watch on ABC)

Rivalry Game: Nuggets vs. Miami Heat… 02/29/2024 @ 8:00 pm MST (Watch on TNT)

Key Matchup: Nuggets vs. Phoenix Suns… 03/27/2024 @ 8:00 pm MDT (Watch on ESPN)


The NBA’s new In-Season Tournament kicks off on November 3, 2023, and the Denver Nuggets are in West Group B. They will be competing against the four other teams in Group B: Los Angeles Clippers, New Orleans Pelicans, Dallas Mavericks, Houston Rockets.

Below is the Denver Nuggets schedule for Group Play:

Friday, November 3: Denver Nuggets vs. Dallas Mavericks @ 8:00 pm MDT (Watch on ESPN)

Tuesday, November 14: Denver Nuggets vs. Los Angeles Clippers @ 8:00 pm MST (Watch on TNT)

Friday, November 17: Denver Nuggets vs. New Orleans Pelicans @ 6:00 pm MST

Friday, November 24: Denver Nuggets vs. Houston Rockets @ 6:00 pm MST


With DIRECTV, you’ll get the best NBA experience. Below you’ll find the different networks broadcasting Denver Nuggets games this season and the corresponding channel number on DIRECTV. Note that some of these networks are subscription-based or add-ons.

If you’re looking for a way to watch more games, both in and out of market, then NBA League Pass is the subscription for you. 

NBA League Pass has every game available to stream, plus around-the-clock NBA TV coverage. Even if you miss a live game, you can catch up on demand and fill your evenings with the best NBA analysis and breakdowns.  

You can add NBA League Pass to your DIRECTV account online for the whole season for just one payment of $99.99. You can also pay in three installments of $33.33.


The Denver Nuggets had a championship-winning roster last season, and while there have been some shake ups for the team, the majority of the crew is back for another year. Key returning players include MVP Nikola Jokic and Jamal Murray, who will play alongside newly drafted players like Jalen Pickett and Hunter Tyson.

Check out the Denver Nuggets roster for the 2023-2024 season below to see how the team is looking for the upcoming season.


# Hunter Tyson, Forward

# Julian Strawther, Guard

# Jalen Pickett, Guard

# Au’Diese Toney, Guard

#0 Christian Braun, Guard

#0 Justin Holiday, Forward-Guard

#1 Michael Porter Jr., Forward

#5 Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Guard 

#6 DeAndre Jordan, Center

#7 Reggie Jackson, Guard

#8 Braxton Key, Forward

#8 Peyton Watson, Guard 

#15 Nikola Jokic, Center

#21 Collin Gillespie, Guard 

#22 Zeke Nnaji, Forward-Center

#24 Jamorko Pickett, Forward

#27 Jamal Murray, Guard

#31 Vlatko Cancar, Forward 

#37 Amida Brimah, Center

#50 Aaron Goron, Forward


Head Coach: Michael Malone

Assistant Coaches: Popeye Jones; Ryan Saunders; Charles Klask; Ryan Bowen; Davis Adelman; John Beckett; Ognjen Stojakovic; Elvis Valcarcel

Trainer: Dan Shimensky

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