Claim #1: Denver fans claim they would rather have this guy
and this guy
playing for them rather than AK and Korver.
Domestic Assault + DUI + Violating the NBA drug policy = Your Denver Nuggets
Fact: Jazz players are far better people than any of the Denver Nuggets. Here's proof.
Deron allowing Doug Collins to wear his Gold Medal as a tribute to the 1972 medal boycott
Freebie from wife + Ashton look-a-like + 2 Gold Medal winners = Your Classy Utah Jazz
Claim #2. Denver fans think they have a better skyline than Salt Lake City.
Salt Lake City
Claim #3. McNugget fans believe that 2 Nuggets fans can come into the ESA and cheer louder than all the Jazz fans combined. Those Denver fans know how to support their team.
I can tell you first hand, the Pepsi Center crowd was too drunk to realize a basketball game was going on. Although we were impressed at the number of fans who adorned themselves in Nugget blue. That was impressive. However as the Jazz took a 20+ point lead in the game, the crowd was more interested in frat boy drinking games and playing "What Nugget dancer has carried the most STD's at one time". Exciting games for fans to play, but overall it was a less than exciting arena. We didn't even get heckled for being decked out in Jazz gear. Maybe our Jazz attire needed to be written in Spanish for anyone to read it.
Fact: This was when I realized that Denver fans have too much beer at their fingertips. Do a simple Google search of "loudest NBA arena". This is the first result to populate.
And here is another random post from a group of NBA fans talking about the loudest arena in the NBA. I don't exactly see The Pepsi Center in any of those lists.
Note from the Blogger:
Personal Experience: January 2007 my wife and I made a trip to Denver to watch the Jazz play the McNuggets.
Claim #4: Denver is a superior sports city.
Fact: This too is true. Denver has NFL, MLB, NHL, NBA and these guys.
Claim #5: Utah mountains are inferior to Colorado mountains.
Fact: 2002 Olympic Winter Games. Greatest Snow on Earth. Brigham Young passed through Denver without saying "This is the place".
So there you go. Perhaps we're a little biased (we certainly don't think so). We'll leave it up to you to decide which city you'd rather call home. But remember, if you live in Denver you're more likely to be hit by a drunk driver. You're also more likely to be standing in line at a horrible airport. You're also more likely to be mugged, raped, get addicted to meth and find yourself living on moldy Big Mac buns from a McDonald's dumpster. I'm just sayin'.
Go Salt Lake City!