36. DENVER | Record: 3,471-3,698-197 (.4842) Teams:I prefer to look at the list in terms of "winningest cities," because you can also call Denver the 15th most losingest city (no, I didn't make that word up - ESPN did). We're more successful than the likes of Kansas City, Washington D.C. and San Diego, but we're not as strong as cities like Seattle, Oakland and, believe it or not, Cincinnati. I feel good about the fact that I wouldn't actually want to live in many of the cities ahead of Denver in terms of overall winning percentage. Green Bay? No thanks. Jacksonville? Uh-uh. Detroit. Um, no.
NHL: Avalanche (1995-2007): 443-246-101-24-6, Rockies (1976-1982): 113-281-86-0-0 NFL: Broncos (1966-2007): 349-268-7 NBA: Nuggets (1976-2007): 1,117-1,311, Nuggets (ABA; 1975-1976): 125-43, Rockets (ABA; 1968-2004): 288-288, Nuggets (defunct; 1950): 11-51 MLB: Rockies (1993-2007): 1025-1180
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