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Carmelo Anthony keeping quiet so he won't seem like bad guy for pushing Nuggets trade

We begin a new week of Denver blog roundups with these three contestants...

Roundball Mining Company's Jeremy tries to explain the contradictions in the latest Carmelo Anthony rumors. His conclusion: Melo wants out, but he's laying low to avoid coming across like a puppet master.

5280's Michael de Yoanna weighs in on Focus on the Family founder James Dobson's new political action plan. Man the barricades?

The Colorado Independent's John Tomasic says Ken Buck's Norton killer is now hunting Michael Bennet. Fire when ready.

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