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Mat Lysonski is a disgruntled Denver Nuggets fan living in Southern California. This is his first contribution to The Diss. There are things you care about that are out of your control. I can see how a modest amount of … Continue reading
My self-summary Hello there! I have never done the online dating thing so this will be a first for me. Please be gentle. I am an elite basketball team in the Western Conference. I like fast players. I make good … Continue reading
It’s BACON! I mean, it’s the NBA regular season! That means one thing! Well, no, it means many things, but this is one thing that it means! Games of the Week! Yeah! Sorry guys, I’m a little nervous! This season … Continue reading
Fortunate Moments for Unfortunate Franchises: The Denver Nuggets and The Sanctity of a Thousand Words.
Sanctity in sports can be represented in two ways: by a record, or by a picture. Records, of course, provide us with statistical evidence of an unprecedented feat. If we choose to look at the numbers in a favorable way, … Continue reading
The Denver Nuggets are beginning to discover who they are, but should also be wondering if that’s going to be enough. The Nugs bravely entered their first “full” year in the post-Melo (and really, post-Chauncey) era, and all things considered, … Continue reading
If the NBA was high school (and sometimes it is), it’d be yearbook signing day. There’s only three days left in the regular season. Fourteen teams will be starting their summer breaks on Friday. The other sixteen will go to … Continue reading