By Jeff Todd

DENVER (CBS4) – While the Colorado Rockies and Colorado Rapids postponed games, the Denver Nuggets closed out the NBA regular season during Wednesday’s blizzard.

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“I was thinking twice with the roads and everything else, but I was like ‘Yea, I’m going to the Nuggets game,’” said Maria Sanchez. “I just want to see them win, they’re doing so good.”

The Nuggets had a chance of locking up the second seed in the postseason with final game against the Minnesota Timberwolves and pulled it off.

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“It’s Colorado. I’m used to storms being a lot worse than this,” said John Ellsworth. “If you’re cautious on the road you’ll be good.”

On the secondary market, tickets were selling for just $6 from people not willing to brave the elements.

However, several thousand fans still showed up to Pepsi Center.

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“It’s the last game of the year so we just came out,” said Bobby Banks. “The storm isn’t as bad as the last one so this is mild.”

Jeff Todd


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