The Suns were so much better than the Nuggets and ended the series in a sweep. But Nuggets fans deserved a chance to give league MVP Nikola Jokic a curtain call, Paul Klee writes.
There's often a point in time when being good is not good enough for sports fans, Paul Klee writes. Welcome, Avalanche and Nuggets, to that point in time.
Accepting awards is not Joker's jam. Paul Klee writes. For the longest time, Jokic had only one piece of self-promotion hanging in his locker at Ball Arena: a red ribbon from a community horse race he won in Serbia.
There’s no way the Broncos truly believe that “LockWater” can win an AFC West with Justin Herbert’s Chargers, let alone Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs, Paul Klee writes. There's no way.
Where was the sports media's sudden interest in the mental health of young athletes for the past 15 months? There's a "mental health state of emergency" with kids going on, and they've all but been ignored, Paul Klee writes.
Nikola Jokic is an NBA great, and someday the sports media world will catch up. The Joker's magic never has been more obvious than in this series against the Blazers, Paul Klee writes.
Grubi-Grubi was goody-goody. In Game 2 he kept the Avalanche in a game they were outplayed from the second period on, Paul Klee writes.