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Stan Kroenke, owner, Kroenke Sports Enterprises includes the Nuggets, MLS-Colorado Rapids, NHL-Colorado Avalanche, NLL-Colorado Mammoth. and NFL-St. Louis Rams, majority shareholder English football team Arsenal.
There is a private penthouse located at the top of the Pepsi Center that is the home-away-from-home for the Kroenke family when they stay in Denver.
Forward Tom LaGarde was the first drafted player for the Denver Nuggets as the 9th overall pick from North Carolina.
The Denver Nuggets lost to the Detroit Pistons in the highest-scoring NBA game on Dec. 13, 1983, where the teams combined for 370 total points. The final score was 186-184 after the Pistons won in triple-OT.123456
If you stretched out the electrical wiring beneath the floor of the Pepsi Center, it would be long enough to wrap around the Earth twice.
The Denver Nuggets have gone through 20 head coaching changes since 1967.
The original Denver Nuggets were a part of the National Basketball League (NBL) for the 1948-49 season before joining the NBA when the NBL merged with the Basketball Association of America for the 1949-50 season. They
The Denver Nuggets were the first major, professional franchise in Colorado.
The Denver Nuggets team was founded in 1967 as the Denver Larks and was a charter franchise of the American Basketball Association.
The Pepsi Center was formerly McNichols Sports Arena from 1975-99 and Denver Auditorium Arena from 1967-75.
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