Colorado loves its sports. As it turns out, their teams love them back. On Tuesday, many area clubs took to Twitter to show a little love to the masses.
The Denver Nuggets officially welcomed big man Mason Plumlee to the team at practice Tuesday morning. Afterwards he spoke to reporters.
"We still have a lot of flexibility both financially and with players and our picks," Connelly said during the Afternoon Drive on Mile High Sports Radio.
On Monday, the Nuggets drained 24 three-pointers en route to a 132-110 win over Golden State. Needless to say, the Warriors weren't happy with the result
Denver Nuggets center Nikola Jokic has been one of the biggest story lines in the NBA the past month. Jokic's recent stretch of play has been historic, launching the Serbian into some of the NBA's most elite company.
Nate Lundy and Shawn Drotar of 5280 Sports Network know the best part about last night's game isn't the NBA record for 3-pointers the Nuggets tied.
The Nuggets set franchise records, tied two NBA records and managed to pull out a 132-110 win over the back-to-back Western Conference champs.
Steph Curry was ice cold on Monday night at Pepsi Center while the Nuggets set a franchise record for 3-pointers in a 132-110 victory over the Warriors.
The Denver Nuggets did the impossible once again Monday night. For the second time in as many seasons, the Nuggets managed to defeat the powerhouse Golden State Warriors.
Well, if nothing else, Plumlee moves far away from the assailants, meaning his vehicles and property might be a little safer going forward.