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Colorado 14ers
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Founded 2006
Folded 2009 (relocated to Texas)
History Colorado 14ers

NBA D-League:2006–2009 Texas Legends (D-League): 2010–future

Arena Broomfield Event Center
City Broomfield, Colorado
Team Colors Navy, Red, Yellow, White, Blue
Head Coach Bob MacKinnon Jr.
Owner Tim Wiens and John Frew
Championships 1 (2008-09)
Division Titles 1 (2008-09)
Affiliations Denver Nuggets ("local" affiliate)

New Jersey Nets

Website www.nba.com/dleague/colorado/

The Colorado 14ers were a team in the NBA Development League which began play in 2006-07. They were affiliated with the Denver Nuggets, New Jersey Nets and Toronto Raptors of the NBA. The 14ers played their home games at the Broomfield Event Center in the Denver suburb of Broomfield, Colorado. They were named for the many high 14,000-foot mountain peaks for which Colorado is famous. They won the NBA D-League championship in 2009 by sweeping the Utah Flash.

On June 18, 2009, the D-League announced that the 14ers would be relocating to Frisco, Texas to resume play in the 2010-11 season as the Texas Legends.

Colorado 14ers games were broadcast on radio at Mile High Sports Radio 1510 AM KCKK in Denver, and Mile High Sports Extra 1570 AM KSXT in Loveland.

Final 2008-09 Roster

Head Coach: Robert MacKinnon Assistant Coach: Robert Campbell Assistant Coach: Casey Owens Athletic Trainer: Mia Del Hierro


# Nat. Pos. Ht. Player Acquired College
10 [2] G 6'1 Eddie Gill 2007/08/09 Weber State
12 [3] G 6'5 Billy Thomas 2007/08/09 Kansas
14 [4] G 6'0 John Lucas 2009 Oklahoma State
17 [5] G 6'0 Vernon Hamilton 2009 Clemson
18 [6] G 6'6 Sonny Weems 2008/09 Arkansas
19 [7] G 6'3 Dominique Coleman 2008 Colorado
21 [8] C 6'10 Joe Dabbert 2008 Creighton
22 [9] F/C 6'8 Josh Davis 2008 Wyoming
23 [10] F 6'9 Trey Gilder 2008 Northwestern State
33 [11] F 6'9 Jamar Brown 2008/09 Colorado State-Pueblo
34 [12] G/F 6'4 Damien Lolar 2007/09 West Texas A&M
50 [13] C 6'9 Kentrell Gransberry 2009 South Florida


Note: W = Wins, L = Losses, % = Win–Loss %


Season W L  % Playoffs Results
Colorado 14ers
2006-07 28 22 .560 Won Semifinals

Won Conference Finals Lost D-League Finals

Colorado 130, Albuquerque 100

Colorado 94, Idaho 91 (OT) Dakota 129, Colorado 121 (OT)

2007-08 29 21 .580 Lost Semifinals Los Angeles 102, Colorado 95
2008-09 34 16 .680 Won Round 1

Won Semifinals Won D-League Finals

Colorado 129, Erie 108

Colorado 114, Austin 111 Colorado 2, Utah 0

Totals 91 59 .607
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