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Nuggets set to wrap up mediocre season

Nuggets set to wrap up mediocre season

The NBA Playoffs begin April 16, but the Nuggets will be absent from the postseason for the third consecutive season. Many Nuggets faithfuls are confused and impatient with results of the team’s listless performance. Denver’s 2012-2013 team set a franchise-high 57 regular season wins also marking the 10th consecutive post season appearance for the Nuggets. […]

PODCAST: KMET Sports Show 07-14-15

PODCAST: KMET Sports Show 07-14-15

In this edition of The KMET Sports Show, the guys talked Nuggets including Ty Lawson’s DUI and his trade value, more NBA chat, DT’s contract, and they spoke with new MSU Denver Athletic Director Dr. Anthony Grant about his upcoming tenure and the future of MSU Denver athletics.

PODCAST: KMET Sports Show 06-15-15

PODCAST: KMET Sports Show 06-15-15

In this edition of The KMET Sports Show, the guys react to the breaking news of Mike Malone being hired as the new Head Coach of the Denver Nuggets. They discuss what this means for the roster and the upcoming NBA Draft plans and break down some potential blockbuster deals. The guys also get into […]

PODCAST: KMET Sports Show 06-12-15

PODCAST: KMET Sports Show 06-12-15

In this edition of The KMET Sports Show, the guys broke down Game 4 in the NBA Finals and whether or not the Cavs had their chance and are toast now. They also talked about the upcoming NBA Draft and what the dream scenarios are for the Nuggets. They also had their world-famous Triple-A and […]

PODCAST: KMET Sports Show 03-16-15

PODCAST: KMET Sports Show 03-16-15

In this edition of the KMET Sports Show, the guys recapped the disappointing First-Round exit for our Metro State Roadrunners. They also discussed the latest happenings in their “Weekend Rewind,” and spent the entire second hour of the show filling out their brackets and making their picks in the NCAA Tournament. Check out the KMET […]

Familiar Roadrunner works out for Nuggets

Familiar Roadrunner works out for Nuggets

Reigning Division II player of the year, Brandon Jefferson was on fire from behind the arc. As the buzzer went off, Jefferson calmly drained a last-second shot, resulting in applause and encouragement from players and coaches alike. Jefferson has already adjusted to the Denver altitude. After all, he only played his entire collegiate career three […]