The entire state of Colorado has been going crazy with excitement since the Denver Broncos traded for star QB Russell Wilson. He and his wife Ciara made their Nuggets debut sitting courtside last night and the crowd went nuts.

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Russell Wilson At Denver Nuggets Game

In Colorado, we're lucky enough to have just about every professional sport possible. Football with the Broncos, hockey with the Avalance, baseball with the Rockies, lacrosse with the Mammoth, Soccer with the Rapids, and of course basketball with your Denver Nuggets, who just clinched a playoff spot last night by the way. Was there someone in attendance who may have brought some extra luck to the Nuggets' blowout victory? Yes, there was, and his name is Russell Wilson. The Denver Broncos' new QB and his beautiful wife, Ciara, made their Denver Nuggets debut last night as they sat courtside to watch the Nuggets absolutely steamroll the Memphis Grizzlies.

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Not only did Russ get to watch the current NBA MVP, Nikola Jokic, become the only player in NBA history to score 2,000 points, 1,000 rebounds, and 500 assists in a single season, he got to meet the most famous mascot in the world, Nuggets Super Mascot Rocky! As seen in the video below, Rocky had him sign some balls and then had him show off his superior QB skills with a pass of one of those balls to the crowd who went absolutely insane for him

First of many, is right! Fans at Ball Arena got to witness our new QB1's first public pass as a member of the Broncos and from the looks of things, it was a touchdown. Welcome Russell, and Ciara, we're so excited to have you in Colorado. Go Broncos.

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