The Miami Heat won the first game, on the road, in their previous playoff series. But Drew Litton illustrates how Denver’s home mojo proved too much in the NBA Finals opener.
Drew Litton observes that the national sports media in these NBA playoffs have focused on the Suns, the Lakers — everyone but the Nuggets. Time for them to cram it.
With a sweep of the Los Angeles Lakers, the Denver Nuggets move to the NBA finals and have a chance to win the franchise’s first championship.
Drew Litton may have identified the Denver Nuggets’ recipe for success — finally — against the Los Angeles Lakers in these NBA playoffs.
Leave it to cartoonist Drew Litton to observe that even if the skies open and all hail breaks loose, the clouds on Mother’s Day still have a silver lining — a finalized Broncos schedule.
Cartoonist Drew Litton, channeling comic Rodney Dangerfield, observes that no matter how well he plays, it seems like the Denver Nuggets’ self-effacing superstar Nikola Jokić doesn’t get the respect he deserves.
Cartoonist Drew Litton observes that saddled with Stanley Cup expectations and hobbled by injuries, the Avalanche made a gutsy run to win their division. Is this where it ends?
What time is it? Icartoonist Drew Litton reminds you that f you’re a Colorado sports fan, it’s playoff time, with both the Avalanche and the Nuggets legit contenders for titles.
Cartoonist Drew Litton obsreves that temperatures may shift from endless cold to the warmth of spring, but in Colorado, complaining about the weather is never out of season.
Broncos fans had a long love affair with John Elway before it officially ended this week. And so, in his own way, did cartoonist Drew Litton.