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Nuggets' Mess Feels Like End of an Era

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We order off the dollar menu. Sports mogul Stan Kroenke rolls out of bed this morning to close a deal on an NFL franchise. Maybe billionaires really are different than you and me.

Hey, Mr. Kroenke:

If it's not too much trouble, could you spend a little chump change on a general manager for the Nuggets?

David Griffin, a well-regarded former Phoenix Suns executive who is currently unemployed, has resisted Denver's efforts to hire him as the guy who must clean up this mess with Carmelo Anthony.

So what's the hang-up?

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