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Denver Sports Betting Show talks booing Carmelo Anthony

On the Tuesday edition of the Denver Sports Betting Show, the boys discuss the Denver Nuggets series so far with the Portland Trail Blazers. They give their thoughts on Monday night’s game and break down while they’re feeling good about the Nuggets’ chances.

Then, Aniello Piro and Chase Howell turn up the heat. They dive into all of the drama involving Carmelo Anthony and the boo birds raining in the Pepsi Center (Ball Arena) when he touches the ball. Are the Denver Nuggets right to boo him? Why are people still so endeared in Denver to Carmelo Anthony? Are Nuggets fans soft?

The boys answer all those questions and give their thoughts on whether the boo birds should be out or not.

Then they dive a little deeper into the series.

And wrap it up with everyone’s favorite segment, the picks. They give out their favorite bets on the night including two different bets in the Colorado Rockies game tonight against the New York Mets, a couple of NBA picks and an NHL bet.

Listen to the show weekdays from 3-4 p.m. on Mile High Sports radio 98.1 FM or stream it on milehighsports.com and denversportsbetting.com.

Or, if you’d rather listen to the replay, you can listen on Apple podcasts and Spreaker. Or just click the play button below.

Listen to “Tuesday May 25th: The Nuggets unload on the Trailblazers and take Game Two of the Series.” on Spreaker.

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