Denver Nuggets Rumors
So long Pepsi Center. Beginning Thursday, the home of the Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche will be known as Ball Arena as part of a multiyear global partnership between Ball Corporation and Kroenke Sports and Entertainment. In addition to the local naming rights, the partnership includes sustainable and environmentally friendly elements that will be established at Ball Arena, SoFi Stadium (Los Angeles Rams) and Emirates Stadium in London (Arsenal).
“The partnership was founded on a shared vision to advance sustainability in sports and entertainment by strengthening in-venue aluminum recycling, providing fans with a more environmentally friendly fan experience and showcasing aluminum beverage packaging as the most sustainable choice,” said a press release from Ball.
After a season like no other, the 2019-20 NBA Season came to a close last week with the Los Angeles Lakers winning their 17th NBA Title. While viewership numbers were down during the bubble return, the official NBA Twitter account saw a 54% increase in total engagements in the first month back. This season, Zoomph tracked all social activity around the league and has brought together into an industry insights report. Zoomph’s latest report dives into insights such as: The Utah Jazz growing their engagement per post metric by 844% The Denver Nuggets increasing their follower count by 15% on Instagram in September YouTube generating over $48.6M in social value this season
One hot name: New Orleans Pelicans guard Jrue Holiday. According to sources, around 10 teams are inquiring about his services and one team hot after him is the Denver Nuggets, eager to capitalize on their appearance in the West Finals.