Drew Litton may have identified the Denver Nuggets’ recipe for success — finally — against the Los Angeles Lakers in these NBA playoffs.
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.
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.
As cartoonist Drew Litton observes, the Nuggets’ Nikola Jokić stands on the brink of a third straight MVP award. But all the big Serbian center cares about is a championship.
As Drew Litton illustrates, the squabble between Comcast and Altitude has now kept many fans hanging at the very time both franchises have risen to elite levels.
Good riddance to masks. Let’s all show off our smiles! Do you want a sure-fire smile? Enjoy Sen. Cory Booker’s exuberant celebration of soon-to-be Supreme Court Associate Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson. She brilliantly endured ridiculous Republican insinuations as she testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee, displaying her intellect and awesome smile. So did KBJ’s beaming […]
LOS ANGELES — Philip Anschutz has agreed to sell his 27% stake in the Los Angeles Lakers to two owners of the Dodgers, according to a published report. Citing unidentified sources, the Los Angeles Times reported Saturday that the 81-year-old Denver billionaire is selling his stake to Mark Walter and Todd Boehly, two of the […]
More cartoons from The Colorado Sun.
For pure pandemic entertainment, it was hard to beat. The performance combined Robert DeNiro in Taxi Driver (“You talking to me?”), Joe Pesci in Goodfellas (“You think I’m funny, funny how; how the ‘eff’ do you think I’m funny?”) and the late Heath Ledger’s Joker (“They laugh at me because I’m different. I laugh at […]
The day the Milwaukee Bucks remarkably refused to play an NBA playoff game — and I’m not sure everyone understands even now just how remarkable it was — came nearly four years to the day that Colin Kaepernick had taken his first knee. That protest would cost Kaepernick his career. It also set in motion […]