Friday, June 22, 2018


The Fleeting Hope of a LeBron James Denver Legacy

The LeBron James to the Denver Nuggets rumors create an interesting conversation about what a James era would look like in Denver—complete with comparisons to Peyton Manning, Carmelo Anthony and Michael Jordan.

Frei: Hey, baseball snobs. There’s nothing wrong with making Coors Field an amusement park

The Rockies' home attendance of 1,061,340 ranked ninth in Major League Baseball going into Wednesday night's games. Their average of 35,378 was seventh, behind only...

Examining the Rockies’ problems and fixing flaws, before it’s too late

As the summer days and weeks roll by, the Rockies need to take a hard look at their current problems before it is too late.



Frei: Shouldn’t football be the last resort for good athletes?

Frankly, I'm surprised football hasn't suffered more collateral damage than it has the past, say, 20 years as the evidence mounts.

Dream big(ger), Denver: Why not LeBron James to the Nuggets?

LeBron James to the Nuggets? Doug Ottewill explains what Denver should do to make it happen.

The Rockies are throwing away an elusive NL West title

While playing in a weak National League West, the Colorado Rockies bullpen is putting this year's chase in serious jeopardy. The Rockies are one of two teams in baseball to never win a division title.

Frei: Like sands in the hourglass, so are the days of the Avalanche offseason

The Washington Capitals can claim the Stanley Cup -- well, at least for a year -- on Thursday night in Las Vegas, with a...

Rockies win 6-3; claim back-to-back victories in Cincinnati

Despite inconsistent pitching from Jon Gray, the Rockies won back-to-back on the road Wednesday night over the Cincinnati Reds.
Max Garcia in December of 2010, on the sideline during a game for the Broncos. Credit: Ron Chenoy, USA TODAY Sports.

Changing of the guards: Broncos shuffling players to find last starter on O-line

Max Garcia, Connor McGovern and even Menelik Watson are battling for the right guard spot on the Broncos o-line. Denver needs one of the three to step up and play well if the offense wants to improve.
DENVER - NOVEMBER 20: Assistant coach Doug Moe of the Denver Nuggets has a laugh against the Chicago Bulls on November 20, 2007 at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and/or using this Photograph, user is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. Mandatory Copyright Notice: Copyright 2007 NBAE (Photo by Garrett Ellwood/NBAE via Getty Images)

Frei: Doug Moe gets his due

When Dallas coach and Dallas National Basketball Coaches Association President Rick Carlisle presented Doug Moe with the organization's 2018 Chuck Daly Lifetime Achievement Award...

First things first

It is easy to blame the current Rockies woes on pitching. But, the not-so-hot corner is where fans should be pointing the finger.

Mike Haynes was the championship voice of the Avalanche

Mike Haynes was the Colorado Avalanche's originally radio play-by-play broadcaster and the narrator for the team's biggest moments. Hayne's resigned from his job at Altitude TV this week, but leaves behind a legacy linked to Avs greatness.

Frei: For the kazillionth time … it’s time for CU and CSU to revive...

This absence of baseball at CU and CSU has gotten ridiculous. And even embarrassing.