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It’s time for Altitude Sports to end the stalemate

Ryan Boulding | March 17, 2020 close

With COVID-19 changing life in the United States as we know it, there may soon be no major sporting events being played until summer. The NHL pauses the 2019-20 season. — NHL (@NHL) March 12, 2020 While this is great for everyone hoping to prevent the spread of this […]

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Just My Take: Flatten the curve and let’s Sports

John Reidy | March 15, 2020 close

If in two weeks, the “curve” has been flattened, the NBA and the NHL should resume having games. But to empty arenas. Doing this will bring about a sense of somewhat normalcy that we will absolutely need and require. But first, we’ll need to get back to “normal” in our […]

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NBA suspends season after player tests positive for Coronavirus

Ryan Boulding | March 11, 2020 close

After the cancelling the game between the Utah Jazz and Oklahoma City Thunder shortly before tip-off on Wednesday night , the NBA pulled the ultimate parachute and suspended the season due to Coronavirus concerns. The NBA has suspended the season. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) March 12, 2020 Adrian Wojnarowski broke […]

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NHL, other leagues not taking Coronavirus seriously

Ryan Boulding | March 10, 2020 close

Well it’s finally happened. The sports leagues in the United States have moved to take some precautionary measures in light of the COVID-19 epidemic beginning to take root on American soil. It started with the NHL opting to close club dressing rooms to the media in order to prevent the […]

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Radio Row: A shift to sports has spelled disaster for 850 KOA

Colin D. | October 30, 2019 close

Every Denver sports talk radio listener remembers when, in February of this year, 104.3 the Fan (Denver’s top sports talk station) announced that the great Alfred “Big Al” Williams had decided to leave the station and to vacate his seat in the Fan studios where he sat with Darren “Dmac” […]

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Is it all downhill from here for Altitude?

Colin D. | September 4, 2019 close

Altitude Sports and Entertainment Television was launched fifteen years ago today; September 4, 2004. The regional sports network was built by Kroenke Sports Enterprises to compete with what was then Fox Sports Net Rocky Mountain (now AT&T Sports Net) and to provide company-prepared coverage of KSE’s local squads – the […]

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Will the hot boys of summer ever get hot?

John Reidy | July 12, 2019 close

The Rockies need to go on a heater soon. Tonight. As soon as possible. If they don’t, this is a lost season. A total waste of all of our time and a damn shame considering some of the generational talent the team possesses. The Rockies are hanging around in a […]

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Why the Colorado Rockies and Pizza Ranch are perfect life ...

Colin D. | June 21, 2019 close

If you’re like me you find yourself occasionally scratching your head over the odd partnership between the Colorado Rockies and Pizza Ranch restaurants. Pizza Ranch is all over the place during broadcasts of Rockies games on AT&T sports net despite the fact that Pizza Ranch’s only Colorado locations are in […]

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One former Beth Bowlen Wallace in-law really wants Twitter to ...

Colin D. | June 19, 2019 close

Oh, wow. Now that Pat Bowlen has passed into the blue and orange sky above things are likely to heat up in the battle between Bowlen daughters as they vie for the faith of the Pat Bowlen Trust to take over as the acting owner of the Denver Broncos. The […]

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