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Altitude Sports Creates Biopic on Legendary Nuggets Coach

Darwin Horan

Leveraging more than 20 years of experience in the land and real estate development sectors, Darwin Horan serves as president and CEO of Ventana Capital, through which he controls more than 180,000 square feet of office buildings and is directly involved in the build of 17 residential subdivisions. An avid basketball fan, Darwin Horan counts the Denver Nuggets as his favorite National Basketball Association (NBA) team.

Twenty-two individuals have coached the Denver Nuggets since the team entered the NBA in 1968, but none have been more successful than Doug Moe, who managed the team from 1981 to 1990 and won a franchise-best 432 regular season games as well as 24 playoff games. As a coach, he was as colorful as he was successful. Former broadcaster Irv Brown once called Moe “bilingual” because "he spoke English and profanity very well." Altitude Sports recently shed light on his fascinating career and life in the aptly titled documentary Moe, which premiered on March 11, 2018.

The film includes lighthearted stories of Moe's time with the Nuggets, such as his constant gripes with players Bill Hanzlik and Kiki Vandeweghe, but also emphasizes his family life, primarily his relationship with his wife, Jane. The couple discusses how Moe proposed and recount the emotional story of the day Moe was fired by the Nuggets.

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