The second half includes 20 home games and 16 away games.

The Denver Nuggets released the team's schedule for the second half of its 2020-2021 season, which will begin March 12 with a road game against the Memphis Grizzlies at FedExForum in Memphis. The second half of the season includes 36 games.

The Nuggets will return to Ball Arena to take on the Dallas Mavericks on March 13. The team will play five of its first six games of the second half at home, hosting the Indiana Pacers, the Charlotte Hornets, the Chicago Bulls, and the New Orleans Pelicans. The team will then head out to the East Coast for a three-game road trip against the Orlando Magic, the Toronto Raptors, and the Pelicans.

The second half begins after an eight-day break beginning March 4 for the NBA All-Star Game on March 7. Nuggets center Nikola Jokic was selected as a starter for the All-Star Game, which will be played at State Farm Arena in Atlanta.

The Nuggets have 11 of their 16 games in April at home before going on their longest road trip of the second half in the final week of the season between May 11 and May 16. The team's final matchup will be against the Portland Trailblazers.

The second half will include eight sets of back-to-back games, and six games televised on national TV.

The Nuggets started their season on December 23 with an overtime loss to the Sacramento Kings at home. Heading into the mid-season break, the team was just above the 500 mark in the middle of the Western Conference rankings.

Altitude Sports & Entertainment is scheduled to televise 35 Nuggets games in high definition as well as broadcasting all 36 games on Altitude Radio 92.5 FM/950 AM.

Fans are currently not permitted to attend games at Ball Arena, but 14 NBA teams were allowing limited attendance as of February 26. Team officials have said they are working with state and local authorities to navigate a safe return to hosting fans in Denver.

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