For the first time ever, Nikola Jokić and the Denver Nuggets rolled in a procession through the city streets to celebrate an NBA championship.
“Y’all give me energy, we give you energy,” Jamal Murray told fans. “We’re champs for life.”
Like them or not, there are a few types of people likely to define the crowd when the parade winds through downtown Denver on Thursday
During the celebration of the Nuggets’ first championship, a mass shooting injured 10 people. Is anyone surprised?
The pre-party starts at 9 a.m. in Civic Center and the parade departs Union Station at 10 a.m. with a trip through downtown Denver
Police say 20 shots were fired from multiple weapons near the intersection of 20th and Market streets while Nuggets fans were celebrating early Tuesday morning
Cartoonist Drew Litton captured an entire city’s elation as the Denver Nuggets overcame the Miami Heat in five games to claim the franchise’s first NBA championship.
Nikola Jokić had 28 points and 16 rebounds for the Nuggets, and earned NBA Finals MVP honors; championship parade set for Thursday
Drew Litton illustrates how it took a full team effort to take Game 4 from the Miami Heat, but now the Denver Nuggets are one victory away from mining their first NBA title.
As cartoonist Drew Litton observes, everyone knows Nikola Jokić and Jamal Murray can carry the team on cruise control, but rookie sub Christian Braun puts the pedal to the metal.