The Nuggets are a problem. They seem entirely unfazed by dire circumstances. In the first round, they trailed the Utah Jazz, 3-1, in their best-of-seven series before coming all the way back behind the tag-team brilliance of Nikola Jokic and Jamal Murray. Now, against the Clippers, the Nuggets are trying to do it again.

No player in the series has been more fearsome than Jokic, who has averaged 25.8 points and 12 rebounds while shooting 53 percent from the field. On Sunday, the Nuggets outscored the Clippers by 62-30 over the game’s final 22 minutes. Jokic finished with 34 points.

“Give them credit,” Rivers said of the Nuggets. “They’re playing hard. We’re playing the third-best team in the West, and they’re good, they’re relentless, resilient. But what we’ve done to get the leads has worked continuously, and then we stop doing it.”

Specifically, he said, the Clippers stopped moving the

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Can you even imagine a billion dollars? If you earn $45,000 a year, it would take you 22,000 years to amass such a fortune. Well, now imagine $1 trillion. That’s 1,000 billion. One trillion divided evenly among the U.S. population would mean that everyone in the U.S. would receive a little over $3,000. Now imagine $68 trillion. If we use the same math, each person would receive about $200,000.  

What is so magical about $68 trillion?  It is the amount of money that is projected will transfer from Baby Boomers (born between 1946-1964) to their heirs over the next 25 years, according to Cerulli Associates.  Mind-boggling, at best. Generation X (born between 1965-1980) stands to be the primary beneficiary of this wealth transfer. But are they ready for that money?

Do Not Try This at Home

In my generation, you always had a financial professional in your life to help

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