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Despite never winning an NBA Championship or even reaching the NBA Finals, the Denver Nuggets have had great success in their history. The team was founded in 1967 in the American Basketball Association and moved to the National Basketball Association in 1976. The team won three ABA divisional titles and has since won another seven divisional crowns in the NBA.
The Nuggets have had several elite stars play for the team since entering the league and have retired five jersey numbers including those worn by Alex English, David Thompson, Byron Beck and Dan Issel, as well as No. 432 for former head coach Doug Moe. Over the years, the franchise has also seen other top players compete for them including Carmelo Anthony, Dikembe Mutumbo, Chauncey Billups and Marcus Camby.
In the case of Anthony, he was the third overall pick of the 2003 NBA Draft, and while he left the Nuggets to become a New York Knick. Despite that, Anthony is still one of the greatest players in the history of the franchise for two reasons. When he was drafted, he turned the team around and is statistically one of the best players in the history of the team. He finished his Denver career third all-time in points scored and minutes played. He has also been selected to the NBA All-Star game six times including four times with the Nuggets.
Home games in Denver are played at the Pepsi Center where more than 19,000 fans can watch their favorite team play each night. The Nuggets have played at that arena since 1999, as do other professional teams including the Colorado Avalanche and Colorado Mammoth. In the Pepsi Center, one of the best seats to get are the Loge seats. These seats are close to the court as they are situated right behind the courtside seats and when you sit here, you get a crystal clear look of everything going on.