Join our own golden voiced homeless man, Colin Daniels, this evening from 6-8 on Mile High Sports Radio AM1510 FM93.7 (and streaming online) as he joins the Renknowitall Renaud Notaro leading up to the Nuggets game at Golden State.
All the cool kids will be listening.
If you're a fan of the South Stands Denver Fancast you won't want to miss out on the Renkowitall program from 6-8 PM this evening on Mile High Sports Radio AM1510 FM93.7.
Our own Colin Daniels will be in studio with Renaud Notaro to discuss all things Denver sports.
The Rockies aren't on until 8:15 and the National Championship game isn't on until 7:40 so you can listen and not miss out on anything! How great is that?
Mile High Sports producer and baseball guru, Zach Fogg, contributed this awesome article about Juan Nicasio, his recovery and the outlook for his future with the Colorado Rockies.
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Freelance journalist Rich Kurtzman returns to the South Stands with his take on how George Karl's coaching affects the Nugs in their series with L.A.
South Stands Denver is a sports podcast talking smack on the internet about Sports Radio, the Denver Broncos football, Denver Nuggets basketball, the Colorado Avalanche hockey team, and Colorado Rockies baseball club.
South Stands Denver is John Reidy, formerly of AV/Club: Jock Itch and the Hooligan, and Colin Daniels, famous in his own mind. They have recorded over 100 episodes and are the winners of the 2011 Westword Web Awards for Best Podcast in Denver. The supporting cast at SSDF includes producer Scott Stafford, former producer Aaron X., and web master Matt Megyesi of MegaBomb.net.
Guests have included Vic Lombardi of Channel 4 News/Sports, Cecil Lammey of FootballGuys.com and host of Riding Shotgun on ESPN Radio, Renaud L. Notaro at FM 93.7/AM 1510 Mile High Sports Radio, DMac from the Drive 3p-6p on 104.3 the Fan, and Andrew Feinstein of DenverStiffs.com
Twitter pal @Mrs__NBA, a great basketball blogger, let us snip this post from her site: Measuring NBA Kicks Since 1946.
Guest Blogger Jeff Lehman, who recently penned a piece on CU Basketball for the 'Stands offers up his arguments as to why the Purple and Black will be back in the post-season in 2012.