Monthly Archives: July 2017

George Hill Reportedly Drawing Free-Agent Interest from Nuggets — Bleacher Report – Front Page

The Denver Nuggets—who already made noise Sunday when Shams Charania of The Vertical reported they agreed to a deal with Paul Millsap—are reportedly interested in point guard George Hill. Kevin O’Connor of The Ringer reported the Nuggets will pursue Hill “if they can dump salary (like Kenneth Faried or Darrell Arthur).” Hill played one season…

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Horse Tracks: Denver Broncos and the rest of the NFL are on vacation — Mile High Report – All Posts

Is there anybody out there? When it comes to NFL news, things get slow in July. Everyone is on vacation and with minicamps just having wrapped up in the last couple weeks, nobody is itching to get in any sort of trouble… yet. However, it would appear that no days are slower for NFL news…

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MLB Power Rankings: Where All 30 Teams Stand at the Start of July — Bleacher Report – Front Page

We’ve reached roughly the midway point of the 2017 MLB season as the calendar flips over to July and we get set for the All-Star break. The Los Angeles Dodgers and Houston Astros remain the class of their respective leagues, but there’s still a ton of baseball to be played. The Boston Red Sox and…

via MLB Power Rankings: Where All 30 Teams Stand at the Start of July — Bleacher Report – Front Page

Colorado Rockies fireworks: Start times and best strategies for viewing — Rox Pile

The Colorado Rockies will hold the first of three fireworks displays on Monday night after the Rockies take on the Cincinnati Reds at Coors Field. Fireworks games for the 2017 season are scheduled for July 3, July 4 (also against the Reds) and Friday, September 29 (against the Los Angeles Dodgers). All three games are…

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Colorado Avalanche Will Rely On Prospects To Take Big Steps In Development — Mile High Sticking

The Colorado Avalanche are going to be relying on an unproven roster next season, and the ride could get bumpy. As of right now, the Colorado Avalanche will be sporting a roster next season with an average age of 25 years old. The hype around all the young players is real, that’s for sure. However,…

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