- Nikola Jokic led the Denver Nuggets to their first title as a franchise in 2023
- The Colorado Avalanche defeated the Vancouver Canucks, 3-1, against Jokic
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Nikola Jokic’s two-year-old daughter Ognjena stole the show at the Colorado Avalanche game on Tuesday.
The Denver Nuggets star was at Ball Arena to support his NHL counterparts as they hosted the Vancouver Canucks. In the second half, Jokic appeared on the jumbotron while he enjoyed the action.
Ognjena also seemed to have fun as she was seen smiling and clapping with the crowd. Another video showed a different angle of her standing on Nikola’s lap while participating in the cheering.
Jokic sported an Avalanche cap as he received ‘MVP’ chants from the Denver crowd.
Like his daughter, the 2023 NBA Finals MVP couldn’t contain his joy as they were warmly welcomed by the Avalanche fan base.
Nikola Jokic’s daughter Ognjena stole the show at the Colorado Avalanche game on Tuesday
Jokic led the Nuggets to their first NBA title in 2023 by defeating the Miami Heat in the finals
The Nuggets currently sit in fourth place in the Western Conference with a record of 36-19.
The Serbian center was drafted by the Nuggets in 2015 and has been in Denver for his entire NBA career. In 2023, he led the Nuggets to their first title in franchise history by defeating the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals.
In addition to his postseason success, Jokic was named regular season MVP in 2021 and 2022. He has also made six All-Star and five All-NBA selections.
So far this season, Jokic is averaging nearly a triple-double with 26.1 points, 12 rebounds and 8.9 assists per game. He does so by shooting an efficient 57.7 percent from the field.
The defending NBA champions currently have a 36-19 record and are in fourth place in the Western Conference.
Meanwhile, the Avalanche defeated the Canucks, 3-1, to improve their record to 35-18-4. They now sit in second place in the Central Division with 74 points behind the Dallas Stars.