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Nuggets still battling in a tough Western Conference
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By Brandon Rivera

The Denver Nuggets have been on the road since the 31st of December and have won 2 of 2 starting last Tuesday when the Nuggets lost to the Houston Rockets, last Thursday beating the Indiana Pacers, on Saturday losing to the Washington Wizards and last Monday night beating the Atlanta Hawks 123-115.

The Nuggets wrap up their five-game road stretch in Dallas on Wednesday night to face the Mavericks. The Nuggets lost to the Mavericks back on October 29th 109-106 in Denver. Since their last meet, the Mavericks have pretty much stayed near the middle of the Western Conference standings about two games behind the Nuggets.

In Monday night’s game, Nikola Jokic scored a season high 47 points lifting Denver to victory over the Hawks. Denver will begin a three-game home stretch this Saturday when they host the Cleveland Cavaliers. Sunday the Nuggets host the L.A. Clippers and next Wednesday the Nuggets will face the Charlotte Hornets at Pepsi Center.

In other sports the Colorado Avalanche will wrap up a three-game road stretch that begin in New Jersey over the weekend when they beat the Devils 5-2. The Avalanche lost Monday night in New York to the Islanders 1-0. At the time of this writing the Avalanche were schedule to face the New York Rangers in New York before returning home to a five-game home stand.

The Avalanche face the Pittsburgh Penguins this Friday night at Pepsi Center, the Dallas Stars next Tuesday night, the San Jose Sharks next Thursday night, the St. Louis Blues next Saturday night, and the Detroit Red Wings the following Monday.

The Colorado Rockies begin Spring Training on February 22, when they face the Arizona Diamondbacks in their first Spring Training game. The MLB season begins on March 26th however the Rockies start the 2020 season on the road in San Diego on the 23rd to face the Padres at Petco Field in a four-games series before heading to L.A. to face the Dodgers in a three-game series. The Colorado Rockies will kick off their home opener on April 3rd against the Padres in a three-game series.

The 2020 ESPN Winter X Games are just around the corner (January 23-26) and La Voz will be there to cover all the events. If you haven’t had the opportunity to attend the Winter X Games at Buttermilk Mountain in Aspen, then we highly recommend you carve out a day or two and head up to watch some of the world’s best Winter Sports athletes. Attending the X Games is free to the public however passes are required to attend special events and concerts. Visit for more information.





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