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Denver Nuggets in Denver Blogs: Can a basketball team be treated for schizophrenia?

We've gathered together three blogs about Denver topics for your perusal.

In his recap of the Nuggets victory over the Boston Celtics yesterday, which immediately followed a humiliating defeat to the woeful Washington Wizards, Denver Stiffs' Nate Timmons writes, "The players themselves are admitting the team is inconsistent at times." But only because it's true.

As the Colorado Independent's John Tomasic notes, Scott McInnis says he's against three anti-tax ballot initiatives. Which won't make those Tea Party supporters he's been trying to woo any fonder of him, I'll bet.

At Square State, Zappatero wants to know how clueless are the Denver Post's op-ed editors. Plenty of people wonder the same thing about us.

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