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“Find the sweetness in your own heart, then you may find the sweetness in every heart.” – Rumi My grandma had a reputation around her neighborhood. She was always chipping in with a bake sale. Always volunteering at the shelter. Always handing out cookies to kids dropping by to say hi. If she was in the kitchen, whatever she was…...

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In this episode, Steve Hess joins George Karl and Adam Mares to look back on 21 years as the strength and conditioning coach for the Denver Nuggets. Topics include: Antonio McDyess, Mike D’Antoni, and an era that never took off The arrival of Carmelo Anthony in Denver How George Karl changed the direction of the Nuggets What made Allen Iverson great? Chauncey’s leadership and the 2009 run to the western conference finals Lawson, Gallo, and the 57-win Nuggets The moment Steve Hess knew Nikola Jokic was going to be a player https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kULXsowbxIs TIMESTAMPS Intro of Steve Hess- 0:00 How Hess joined the Nuggets- Lockout Year- 18:08 Carmelo Era- 19:30 Carmelo’s first year with Nuggets- 27:10 Coach Karl joins Nuggets- 28:10…

“The opposite of poverty is not wealth; the opposite of poverty is enough.”  — Dr. Wess Stafford 25 years ago, when the National Basketball Association celebrated their 50th Anniversary, they named the NBA’s “Top 50 at 50” list. The list was filled with luminaries from across a star-studded history, with the requisite arguments and gnashing of teeth ensuing over who was...

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“If you don’t have a seat at the table, you’re probably on the menu.” – Elizabeth Warren When the NBA stepped into their 50th anniversary season, Commissioner David Stern announced a list of the “50 Greatest Players in NBA History”. Joining Stern at the lectern were NBA greats Wilt Chamberlain, Bill Russell, George Mikan, and Julius Erving, all true monoliths...

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The guys are joined by Eric Spyropoulos from Nuggets.com to discuss if they’re in favor of Davis Bertans opting out of the Disney World bubble and if any Nuggets players could join him. Also, is going to live games overrated or underrated, is Las Vegas the best or worst place on earth, and much more. Then, The Steps. DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes link | Stitcher Link | Pocket Casts Link | Spotify Link 

Allie Monroy is joined by an All-Star panel of DNVR beat reporters to discuss a variety of sports topics in the Mile High City. With Drew Creasman, Andre Simone, Nathan Rudolph and Brendan Vogt, the squad builds each team’s Mt.Rushmore, discuss who would be on the overall Denver Sports Mt.Rushmore, and answer a few more questions! DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE ON ONE OF THE APPS! iTunes link – Google link – Pocket Casts link – Spotify link

Carmelo Anthony’s best memory from his 7 1/2 year run with the Nuggets? No surprise, it was Denver’s trip to the Western Conference Finals in 2009. But when ‘Melo looks back at his Nuggets’ tenure, it’s not the seven-consecutive playoff appearances or the three 50-plus win seasons that stick out. It’s how those Nuggets teams helped change how the city...

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Over the next two weeks, the DNVR staff will be looking back on the last decade of professional sports in the Mile High City as we reveal the 50 most important sports figures of the 2010s. This list was created with the input of all of the DNVR staff members including reporters and analysts covering all of four major pro...

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Wind recaps Serbia’s loss to Argentina and Nikola Jokic’s World Cup tournament run which ended Tuesday morning in the quarterfinals. What factors contributed to Serbia’s surprising loss and who’s to blame? Also, Denver has options when it comes to its 15th roster spot. What direction will the Nuggets go? DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! iTunes link | Stitcher Link | Pocket Casts Link | Spotify Link

Wind and Clark welcome in Nuggets play-by-play announcer Chris Marlowe to chat about the Nuggets’ thrilling win Thursday night over the Thunder, Jamal Murray, Gary Harris and Nikola Jokic as Denver’s core, his volleyball playing days and gold-medal Olympic run in 1984, broadcasting with Bruce Jenner, road to Altitude TV and the one time he was in a hot tub with Mister T.

Rundown

2:00 – Observations from last night’s win

4:30 – Murray is “the volcano”

7:30 – Murray and Harris have made a leap

9:00 – Harris is a smaller version of Kawhi Leonard

11:30 – Murray as the alpha

23:00 – Marlowe’s volleyball background

26:00 – Road to the ’84 Olympics

29:30 – Going from bartender to Olympics captain

38:30 – Coming to Denver

40:00 – Preparation as an announcer

50:00 – Working with Bill Walton

53:00 – Marlowe gets into a hot tub with Mister T

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The Denver Nuggets topped the Oklahoma City Thunder 127-124 Thursday night at Pepsi Center in one of the more entertaining games of the season. Four Nuggets players scored at least 15 points and Jamal Murray led the way with a team-high 33. Here’s how each Nuggets player performed. ***Jamal Murray (A+) – Murray gets the Player of the Game honors for...

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Wind and Clark recap Thursday thrilling win over the OKC Thunder, and the three big storylines from the night. Notes on Gary Harris’ game-winner, Nikola Jokic’s historic stat line and performance, and Jamal Murray’s rise to Denver’s alpha over the past two months. Rundown 2:00 – Breaking down the game-winner 7:00 – More on Harris 13:00 – Murray making the leap in more ways than one 16:00 – Murray’s potential as a scorer 20:00 – Malone’s memorable postgame 22:00 – Notes on Murray’s shooting 24:00 – Why did Nikola Jokic go off tonight? 27:00 – Malone’s internal struggle 28:30 – Is Jan. 21 the new Dec. 15? 32:00 – Thunder’s poor defense 34:15 – Russ vs Fan 40:00 – Jokic at…

The Phoenix Suns left their home court with their tails between their legs last night after getting hammered to the tune of a 128-97 loss to the New York Knicks — who had just left Denver with THEIR tails between their legs the night before after a 110-94 Nuggets victory that kept Carmelo Anthony winless at Pepsi Center since being...

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