If you want to watch the Nuggets battle for that 8th and final playoff spot, there are tons of places around the country to catch all the contested action without having to be in the Mile High City. Check out Party Earth for all your out of town Nuggets needs.
With 40 flat-screens featuring every sport imaginable, you should be able to persuade the good people at Barney’s Beanery to flip one TV to the Nuggets any given night – as long as the Clippers, Lakers, Kings, Angels, or Dodgers don’t take precedence. Just tell them you were a huge Andre Miller fan when he played for the Clippers ten years ago.
After it’s all said and done, aren’t you happy that Melo is wallowing in NY while Mozgov and Danilo (maybe just Danilo) drive the Nugs into a first round showdown with the Thunder? Well, there are plenty of New Yorkers who aren’t thrilled with the trade and still like watching their former horses at bars all over town. Check out SNAP in Chelsea or the Village Pourhouse in Greenwich Village for tons of flat-screens and frustrated Knicks fans.
Only Wizards fans can truly relate to the majesty that is JaVale McGee. A one man wrecking ball, both Wiz and Nugs lovers can never truly be certain what they’ll get from JaVale on any given night – only that it’ll be somewhat entertaining. Without much to root for this season, Washingtonians can still witness their former punch line player at Ventnor Sports Café where twenty TVs are certain to provide at least one opportunity for lonely Nugget and JaVale fans alike.
With arguably the best team in all of basketball, it might be hard to convince a local Chicago bartender to switch on the Nuggets game – but you’re in luck – because not only are there tons of amazing sports bars in Chicago, the people are incredibly nice. For your best chance of catching the game, head over to Joe’s Bar in Old Town. With over one hundred TVs hanging inside a 20,000 square foot sanctuary to sports, you’d be hard-pressed not to find one that can support your out-of-town Nuggets fix.