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May 10, 2012 | By Mike James
  Kobe Bryant had a stomach virus, had trouble keeping anything down all day, and took fluid by intravenous injection before the game. Turns out, it was the rest of the Lakers who played as if they should have been in the infirmary. Bryant was the only Laker to provide any offense in Game 6 of the Lakers' Western Conference first-round playoff series against the Nuggets in Denver on Thursday night. Denver won easily, 113-96, dominating play inside, shooting three-pointers as if they were playing a game of H-O-R-S-E in the driveway and thoroughly dominating every facet of play to force a Game 7 Saturday night at Staples Center.
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March 17, 2014 | By Broderick Turner
Playing at Denver on the second night of back-to-back games is considered one of the toughest things to do in the NBA. Even for a streaking team like the Clippers, it figures to be a tall task. The Clippers have won 11 consecutive games, the longest current winning streak in the league. They have tied the 1974-75 Buffalo Braves for the second-longest winning streak in franchise history. The franchise record is 17 games in a row, set by last year's team. But the Clippers play in Denver on Monday night, and they have lost three consecutive games there, the last time on a buzzer-beating three-pointer by Randy Foye.
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December 13, 1985 | MARC APPLEMAN, Times Staff Writer
The Chargers exchanged bravado for humility when rookie John Hendy replaced Wayne Davis as the starting left cornerback. Davis' brashness was replaced by Hendy's modesty. "I'm not an outward type of person," Hendy said, "but I have confidence. I know what I can do and can't do. On the field, I play with a little cockiness, but I don't talk to opposing players. I think I'm a smart player and try to use that to my advantage."
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March 16, 2014 | By Broderick Turner
When: 7:30 PDT. Where: Pepsi Center. On the air: TV: Prime Ticket, ESPN; Radio: 980, 1330. Records: Clippers 48-20, Nuggets 29-37. Record vs. Nuggets: 1-1. Update: The Clippers are improving on the road, owning a 19-15 mark. They have won five straight games away from Staples Center. The Nuggets are 16-16 at home.
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February 21, 2010
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January 28, 2012 | By Baxter Holmes
When: 5 PST. Where: Pepsi Center. On the air: TV: Prime Ticket; Radio: 980. Records: Clippers 10-6, Nuggets 14-5. Update: The Nuggets lead the NBA in scoring (105.8 points a game) and are 7-2 at home. That doesn't bode well for the Clippers, who are 1-4 on the road and are a middle-of-the-road defensive team, giving up 95.8 points. The Nuggets have six players averaging double-digit points, led by forward Danilo Gallinari (17.9). Clippers guard Chris Paul is the only player in the NBA averaging at least 16 points, eight assists and two steals.
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May 10, 2012 | By Mike Bresnahan
Kobe Bryant will play tonight in Game 6 against Denver after missing the morning shoot-around because of intestinal flu-like symptoms. "He's holding down fluids and stuff like that," Lakers Coach Mike Brown said 90 minutes before tip-off. "He'll play. " The Lakers lead the first-round series against the Nuggets, 3-2. Bryant averaged 31.2 points in the first five games of the playoffs, including a 43-point outburst in Game 5. "They said there's no minute restriction," Brown said of Bryant.
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November 18, 2013 | By Sam Farmer
The Kansas City Chiefs swaggered into Denver with a defense that had averaged an NFL-best four sacks per game. After four quarters, Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning emerged virtually untouched. No sacks, no knockdowns. And that despite his mobility being limited by a high-ankle sprain. “I think to go sackless against the leading sack defense in the NFL, that is a great testament to those guys,” Manning said of his offensive line. “We play them again in two weeks at their place.
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July 15, 2011 | By Mary Forgione, Los Angeles Times Daily Travel & Deal blogger
Frontier Airlines canceled 65 flights Friday and Saturday after some of its planes were damaged by golf-ball-sized hail that swept through Denver on Wednesday, the airline said in a statement . Frontier is waiving change fees for travelers booked on flights through Tuesday. The airline said the damaged planes were on the ground at its hub in Denver International Airport (DEN) when the storm hit. It said that crews were continuing to inspect aircraft and repair any damaged ones, The airline canceled more than 60 flights on Thursday.
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March 16, 2014 | By Broderick Turner
The stretch of days the Clippers have off this week may not be enough to help their injured players return any sooner. After the Clippers play Monday night at the Denver Nuggets, Los Angeles has four days off before playing Saturday against the Detroit Pistons at Staples Center. The Clippers won't practice Tuesday or Wednesday. That time off still may not help guards J.J. Redick (bulging disk in back) and Jamal Crawford (strained left calf) return to play. "I don't think it will be because one of them or both of them may not be ready," Clippers Coach Doc Rivers said.
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March 12, 2014 | By Athan Atsales
Apparently the Denver Broncos saw a few holes when they reviewed the film of their 43-8 Super Bowl XLVIII loss to the Seattle Seahawks.  On the second day of NFL free agency, the Broncos continued to plug those holes on defense, signing linebacker DeMarcus Ware to a three-year, $30-million contract, with $20 million of the deal guaranteed. The Broncos run a 3-4 defensive alignment, which Ware has played in most of his career. The Broncos also filled other defensive needs Wednesday when they added safety T.J. Ward, formerly of the Cleveland Browns, and Aqib Talib, formerly of the New England Patriots.
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March 10, 2014 | By Mike Bresnahan
The Lakers will probably be mathematically eliminated next week from a playoff spot, four weeks before the regular season ends. That's what happens when you go 10-29 since Dec. 21. But Coach Mike D'Antoni still wants some consistency from them over their final 18 games. They got drilled by the Clippers last week, lost a home game to New Orleans and were no-shows in Denver. Yet they beat Portland and Oklahoma City in the span of seven days. It's fine to be confused.
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March 6, 2014 | By Sam Farmer
Champ Bailey will eventually wind up in Canton. But he thought he would stay in Denver a little longer. According to multiple reports, the Denver Broncos intend to release Bailey, a future Hall of Fame cornerback who earned eight of his record 12 Pro Bowl invitations in the Mile High City. Bailey, who met with team brass Wednesday, told the Denver Post that he thought the team might approach him with a renegotiation of his $10-million salary but there was no such offer made. “There were no discussions about it,” he told the newspaper.
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March 1, 2014 | By Paresh Dave
Thirty vehicles, including a semi-truck, crashed into each other on a snowy highway in Denver on Saturday morning, killing one person and injuring several, police said . The entire northbound side of Interstate 25 remained blocked near Downing Street by the pileup as of late morning, according to traffic camera video. Ambulances and police cars surrounded the cloudy scene. No tow trucks appeared to be in the area. At least one firetruck was on the southbound side of the freeway, slowing traffic on that side as well.
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February 26, 2014 | By Kevin Baxter
DENVER -- The NHL's Olympic break may be over but its effects are lingering for the players who made the long trip home from Sochi last weekend. Kings defenseman Drew Doughty, who joined the team Monday in Denver after helping Canada win a gold medal Sunday, said he was still feeling fatigued three days later. "It's not easy to have whatever, an 11-hour time change, have to fly 11 hours. It's tough to adjust," he said. "I've been falling asleep early at night. And waking up really early in the morning.
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February 3, 2014 | By Broderick Turner
DENVER -- Teams often complain about playing in the high altitude in Denver, which is one mile -- or 5,280 feet -- above sea level. The Clippers will see how they will do playing at this high altitude when they face the Denver Nuggets on Monday night at the Pepsi Center. Of course, the Nuggets usually have something to do with teams playing poorly in Denver. The Clippers have lost two consecutive games and 10 of their last 12 in Denver. Jamal Crawford was asked at the Clippers' shoot-around Monday how a player can adjust to playing in Denver's altitude.
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