Sunday, March 24, 2019

WHAT'S TRENDING

Nikola Jokic blows the whistle: The NBA has an official problem

Want to know if someone is truly a star in the NBA? Don’t bother with the box score; watch the officials. Stars get the calls; the rest do not. It’s that simple.

PODCASTS

20th and Blake Podcast: Previewing the Rockies’ bullpen

For the latest 20th and Blake podcast, Luke Zahlmann discusses the Colorado Rockies bullpen ahead...

Nuggets’ demolition of New York was impressive, but maddening

For the newest Denver Nuggets Daily Podcast, T.J. McBride and friend of the show Brenden Vogt of Denver Stiffs dove into all of the storylines from the Nuggets demolition of the New York Knicks.

20th and Blake Podcast: A preview of the Rockies’ starting rotation

For the newest 20th and Blake podcast, Aniello Piro discusses the Colorado Rockies starting rotation ahead of the 2019 regular season. 

BRONCOS

With $4.1 million in cap space left, who could Broncos sign?

With little money remaining, but holes to be filled, who could Denver sign? We take a look at three positions.

Should John Elway be the one to give Jeffery Simmons a second chance?

Jeffery Simmons is one of the most talented, and polarizing players in the NFL Draft. Should the Broncos be the ones to give him a second chance, or should they take him off their draft board entirely?

Second round targets for the Denver Broncos

Following free agency, we know what the Broncos will likely do in the first round, but who will they target in the second?

Grading Denver’s free agent signings

Putting John Elway's free agent class of 2019 under the microscope to determine which moves are home runs and which ones are flops.

Kevin Hogan re-signing with the Broncos

According to Mike Klis, the Broncos plan on re-signing Hogan after recently non-tendering him. 

Paralysis by analysis; picking the next Broncos quarterback

Paralysis by analysis; picking the next Broncos quarterback involves numbers and stats as Ronnie Kohrt of the Broncos Blitz podcast discusses.

NUGGETS

Nuggets fall to Pacers as 10 regular season games remain

It has been a thrilling week for the Denver Nuggets, but it ended on a sour note Sunday with a 124-88 loss to the Indiana Pacers.

Nuggets’ demolition of New York was impressive, but maddening

For the newest Denver Nuggets Daily Podcast, T.J. McBride and friend of the show Brenden Vogt of Denver Stiffs dove into all of the storylines from the Nuggets demolition of the New York Knicks.

Denver’s search for consistency continues with just 11 regular season games left

Even after securing an 18-point win over the New York Knicks in Madison Square Garden, Michael Malone's voice had been ruined because he was constantly imploring his team to play more consistently.

AVALANCHE

4 observations: Secondary scorers propel Avalanche to 4-2 victory over Blackhawks

Four takeaways from Colorado's crucial home victory over the Avalanche. Colorado and Chicago will face off again on Sunday at the United Center.

Grubauer, defense help Avalanche beat Stars 3-1

Grubauer was brilliant in the must-win game for the Avs which kept their playoff hopes alive.

Five Takeaways: Avs crawl back into playoff picture with 3-1 win over Wild

The Avalanche desperately needed two points in Minnesota on Tuesday night.

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MORE FROM MHS

Rockies trade Mike Tauchman to the Yankees

In exchange for Tauchman, the Rockies will receive left-handed pitcher Phillip Diehl. 

An ode to Carlos Gonzalez – one of the coolest Rockies of all time

While many Rockies fans understand why the team needed to move on from Gonzalez, it definitely will be weird to see him in a different uniform. 

Rockies’ biggest eyesores in the bullpen have the keys to reverse course

For the Rockies to compete this year, the bullpen needs a juxtaposition of its current course, led by changes among four of their elder relief arms.

Jeff Hoffman’s 2019 season could make or break his Rockies’ tenure

The potential is present with Jeff Hoffman, but it remains to be seen if he can develop from a former top prospect to a serviceable major league starting pitcher. 

March Sadness: Colorado schools unrepresented in NCAA Tournament

The omission of the Buffs, Bears, Falcons, Rams and Pioneers was not newsworthy. None of the teams came close to making the field of 64. 

Brendan Rodgers’ lagging timeline among 2015 class deserves patience

Among the three middle infielders selected with the 2015 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft’s first...