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Archive for April, 2008

Mavs fire Avery Johnson – next stop Denver?

Wednesday, April 30th, 2008

Tweet Avery Johnson has been fired from the Dallas Mavericks today. For coaches with a minimum of 250 games coached, Johnson owns the NBA’s highest regular season winning percentage at .735. He directed the Mavs to the Western Conference Finals, then the NBA Finals in his first two seasons, then got eliminated in the first […]

NBA Playoff Basketball comes to Denver – enjoy it!

Friday, April 25th, 2008

Tweet The Lakers defended their home court well, and head to Denver up 2 games to none in this first round playoff series. I’m a long-time die-hard Nuggets fan, and I was very depressed after the loss last night. It’s been a bizarre season. The Nuggets finish with 50 wins, their best season record in […]

The Nuggets Pepsi Center Advantage

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2008

Tweet It’s time to think outside the box, Mr. Kroenke. This means you… Nuggets organization! Yes, Mr. Kroenke, I know that you have already dug deeply into your pockets this season – going $25 million over the salary cap and spending the third most in the NBA in keeping the core team together this year. […]

At Golden State – Biggest game of the season

Thursday, April 10th, 2008

Tweet So far, that is. The first game on TNT’s Thursday night line-up for April 10th has about as much potential drama as you can order for a regular season game. Two teams are vying for the 8th and final NBA playoff spot in the hyper-competitive Western Conference. The team that wins this game has […]

2008 SixthMan Jam

Thursday, April 3rd, 2008

Tweet The Denver Nuggets annual “Meet the Team” event was held at the Downtown Aquarium tonight for season ticket holders. We had a blast, and it was the best such event I have been to as a long-time Nuggets fan. About 3 years ago the Nuggets organization got smart and changed it from an autograph […]

Nene, it’s great to have you back

Wednesday, April 2nd, 2008

Tweet Life is bigger than basketball. Even with one of the most exciting playoff races I’ve seen in 20+ years of being an NBA fan, there is no question about that. Rewind to the beginning of the 2007-2008 NBA season. Nene was coming off a fairly successful season, especially in the playoffs against the Spurs, […]