A 12th straight home victory for Denver, and a fourth successive win overall, kept the team top of the Western Conference, with the 126-97 margin reflecting a strong night's work.
Jokic fell just short of a 12th triple-double of the season, finishing with 21 points, 18 rebounds and nine assists.
Jamal Murray added 16 points, with Hyland contributing 21 for the Nuggets.
Hyland said of Jokic, who is making a strong case for a third MVP in a row: "Everybody in the world knows when he gets the ball and you go for a rebound, he's the greatest passer in the world, so when he gets the ball we just run.
"Ninety per cent of the time he's gonna make the right pass so when he's got it we run."
Hyland added after Wednesday's rout, according to the Denver Post: "I was really just feeling it. The basket felt like it was really wide. It was like shooting a rock into the ocean."
Speaking to Altitude TV in an on-court interview, Hyland said: "It's a night when we're playing our game.
"We've got a lot of dynamic players on our team, a lot of good shooters, so it's proving it in the season. We've got to focus on what we've got to focus on, build championship habits and just come out here and get a win."
Guard Murray suffered a left ankle problem late in the game, but coach Michael Malone does not expect him to miss any games.
Malone was impressed with the team's efforts and called for them to sustain a high level.
"Your home court has to have an advantage," Malone said. "Our fans have been terrific, and I just love how we’re playing. Once again, a good defensive performance that leads to our offense.
"We had 24 fast break points tonight to their six, we had 30 assists to only 11 turnovers. But the beginning of that is when we defend, and everything just flows from there.
"So hopefully we can continue to protect this home court at a high level through the regular season and into the playoffs."