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DCSD Community Night with the Denver Nuggets

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DOUGLAS COUNTY – The new-look Nuggets are hoping to extend their 10-year streak of qualifying for the NBA Playoffs against Paul George and the Indiana Pacers at the DCSD Community Night on Saturday, January 25.

The game will be the only time the Nuggets host the Pacers this season. The Pacers took the Miami Heat to 7 games in the Eastern Conference Finals last season with new Nuggets head coach Brian Shaw as their lead assistant.
Tip-off will be at 7 p.m. on January 25. Tickets are now on sale at a discounted price of $19 each. Seating will be throughout Pepsi Center, with ticket values ranging from $30 -$98 and all ticket service fees are waived.

As a special incentive, the Nuggets will donate a portion of  each ticket purchased directly to the DCEF and the DCSD school of your choice, The four schools with the highest attendance will be selected to participate in special events including Court Time, Red, White and Blue Crew, and High-Five Fan Tunnels.

Follow this link to order tickets.

November 19, 2013 | By SCPaulsen | Category:

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