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Jeremy at Roundball Mining Company notes that J.R. Smith (who managed to dodge a threatened suspension) played hard and relatively smart when he first entered the Nuggets' game against the Bobcats last night -- but then missed seven three-pointers in a row. This is progress?

The Denver Egotist shows off the new Denver Mountain Parks brochure, which is actually well designed. Strange but true.

Snowboarder Chris Klug, profiled by Westword way back in 2001, will get to compete in the Winter Olympics at the ripe old age of 37, reports 5280's Joshua Zaffos. Shred alert!

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