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TMZ has the wild story of a man who stole a gun from Stan Kroenke, tried to kill himself, and is now facing a restraining order: “Stan Kroenke — the billionaire behind the St. Louis Rams, the Denver Nuggets and Arsenal football (the English kind) — says one of his employees stole a gun from him, tried to kill himself, and now he needs protection from the guy. Kroenke obtained a temporary restraining order against Mark Waldo, his former property manager. According to the docs, Waldo took the weapon from Kroenke’s mansion in the hills above Malibu last weekend … and when police responded he made a failed attempt to shoot himself in the head. Kroenke says police immediately placed Waldo — a 6’2″ 300 lb. man — on a 5150 psychiatric hold.”
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THE POWER OF CHRIST COMPELS YOU! THE POWER OF CHRIST COMPELS YOU! GAH! GET MY MY HOLY WATER! Sweet Fancy Satan, people. Denver Nuggets star Chris Andersen doesn’t need some coach to help him with his low post game, he needs a freaking exorcist. That is one devilish beard, kids. At the same time, imagine [...]
Billionaire sports mogul Stan Kroenke obtained a temporary restraining order against his former property manager, who reportedly tried to shoot himself in the head with a gun stolen from the financial titan's Malibu mansion.
Ex-employee Mark Waldo made the failed suicide attempt after police responded to Kroenke's complaint that the weapon was missing from his hillside home...
Denver Nuggets General Manager Masai Ujiri said he will try to re-sign free agents Nene and Arron Afflalo when teams can agree to terms with players starting Dec. 9.
Nene opted out of the last season of his contract and is one of the most sought-after players on the market. Ujiri said he has contacted the [...]
I'd say J.R. Smith's knee has recovered quite nicely, wouldn't you?
Though I can't find an official box score (thanks Chinese censorship of the web... and also a severe language barrier), this video shows Smith going off in a very J.R. Swish kind of way for 52 points. I counted six 3-pointers in there, the last of which came off a spin move beyond the arc...
Stan Kroenke -- the billionaire behind the St. Louis Rams, the Denver Nuggets and Arsenal football (the English kind) -- says one of his employees stole a gun from him, tried to kill himself, and now he needs protection from the guy.Kroenke obtained a…
Zhejiang 113, Bayi 91: This game was close for a little while… basically until JR Smith decided to impersonate a flamethrower and knock down 11 of 15 threes on his way to 52–count ‘em–FIFTY TWO points! JR’s 52 are the new season-high for the CBA, topping Lester Hudson’s 50 from earlier in the year. I’ll just let the video do the rest of the talking here…
Naturally, everyone is making a big deal about Nene.
And people are pumped about rookie rebounder Kenneth Faried.
And Timofey Mozgov is probably going to crack the starting lineup.
So when it comes to the Nuggets frontcourt, a lot of folks might have forgotten about Chris Andersen.
But the Birdman’s back, too.
He arrived to Pepsi Center for an involuntary workout today, the...
The first Nugget in the practice gym today was Andre Miller, who had his first workout there since December of 2006, during his first time in powder blue.
The point guard was part of the famous Allen Iverson trade and returned to George Karl’s Nuggets this June, thanks to a draft-night trade with Portland.
One of the reasons Denver traded Raymond Felton for Miller was because...
Denver will have its first preseason game at Pepsi Center on Dec. 20 against Phoenix. Tip-off is at 7 p.m. and this will be the lone home game in the preseason. Then on Dec. 22, Denver will play at Phoenix.
According to a release from the team, tickets for the home preseason game will be priced at $20 for all club and lower-level seats and $10 for all upper-level seats. Tickets will...
The Nuggets will have their first preseason game at the Pepsi Center on Dec. 20 against Phoenix. Tipoff is at 7 p.m., and it will be the only preseason home game. Then Denver will play at Phoenix on Dec. 22.
The NBA announced today that five season-opening matchups will take place on Christmas Day (the Nuggets will settle for a “Seventh-Night-Of-Hanukkah” Opener).
The Nuggets schedule hasn’t been released yet, but it’s likely that the powder blue will have its first game on Dec. 26.
Meanwhile, the Christmas quintet is pretty cool. The first game of the season will feature former...