- One ticket to a Denver Nuggets game with one T-shirt
- Where: Pepsi Center
- Door time: 6 p.m.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
Seating Options * $30 for the upper level ($58 value) * $58 for the lower level ($116 value)
Games and Dates * Against the Detroit Pistons on Wednesday, March 19, at 7 p.m. * Against the New Orleans Pelicans on Wednesday, April 2, at 7 p.m.
The Scouting Report
The Denver Nuggets have not missed the playoffs in a decade, and in 2013–14 they look to extend their postseason streak to 11 straight appearances in a breathtakingly competitive Western Conference. With 40 games under their belt, the Nuggets have grinded out a 20–20 record behind an offense that averages more than 103 points per game—11th best in the NBA. And, like a disgruntled window washer, the Nuggets attack the glass with a vengeance, averaging more than 45 rebounds per game—fifth best in the Association.
As the postseason draws closer, every win will be crucial to their postseason prospects, including the inter-conference clashes with the Pistons and Pelicans. Fans can pick up their T-shirts at tables located on concourse-level sections 126 and 369 during a timeout or when the zamboni is polishing the court.
The Denver Nuggets hit the ground running when they joined the NBA for the 1976–77 season, reaching the postseason each of their first three years. But despite dozens of playoff appearances and seven division championships, the team has yet to strike gold in the NBA Finals, which has forced them to mine naturally occurring trophy statuettes from the mountains nearby.
Since 1999, the team has played home games at the Pepsi Center, where more than 19,000 fans spur them to victory. Aside from the on-court action, attendees can admire the choreographed routines of the Nuggets dancers, break out a Running Man to beats laid by Pepsi Center DJs, or gaze in awe at Rocky the super-mascot as he dances, dunks through flaming hoops, climbs the stands, and occasionally fills in as head coach.