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As the hours approach to some sort of decision by Nuggets Vice President Masai Ujiri on a rumored lucrative offer from the Toronto Raptors you can see how tense this is making Nuggets fans from all over. Will he or won't he stay with the Denver Nuggets and see out the roster he built? Will he or won't he seek "greener" pastures in Canada and go back to the organization that gave him his executive start?
We tackle this sticky subject on the Colorado Sports Guys Podcast. It's interesting to delve into the many facets of this story. Are Stan and Josh Kroenke doing the right think by offering Masai a (rumored) $1.2 million sallary per year? Or does their allowance of Toronto to pursue Ujiri mean they don't think as highly of Masai as the rest of us do? We talk about those topics in depth on the podcast.
Additionally we talk about the sudden resignation of Athletic Director Mike Bohn from the University of Colorado on Tuesday. Ross wonders if this means we will hear more calls for Bill McCartney to come back. I, meanwhile, devote my segment to a Family Ties-esque "Very Special Episode". Nate wraps things up with some hockey talk that drifts aimlessly into movies.
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