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The Denver Nuggets entered this game as the owners of an NBA best 9 game winning streak. After 3 overtimes at the Garden that title now belongs to the Celtics, winners of 7 straight since Rondo went down. Nuggets fans seem to be extremely displeased with Andre Miller (his recent comments clearly don't help his cause), and slightly annoyed with their head coach George Karl as well.
1. Whatever happened to winning is the cure for everything?? For a team that has no superstars...we sure do have a tendency of guys acting like superstars.
2. **** Miller. First you want to turn the ****ing ball over and then take a ****ing 3. When you haven't hit one all season. **** that piece of ****. Selfish *******
3. This is Karl's speech to the team after. "Good game men, we didn't win but its okay, it was a road game. I only expect to go 2 out of 4 on this road trip. Realistically we shouldn't have been in the game at all. Let's take 1 out of the remaini...
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What in the world is wrong with sports these days? I swear! If I didn't know better I would think this was the Year of the Rat since so many people are telling on themselves and/or their teammates.
The latest rat to come out of nowhere is Denver Nuggets head coach George Karl. For some stupid reason he thought it was a good idea to come...
The Denver Nuggets were looking to extend their 9 game win streak to 10 if they could have beaten the Boston Celtics. It didn’t happen. The Nuggets have played some mighty fine basketball lately, They were on a run and winning game after game, they got to 9 wins in a row and were looking to get their latest win streak to double digits. They fell short of that with a 118-114 loss...
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This has to be a nerve-racking time for players, coaches, general managers and everybody else involved. Players could have to move to a completely new city at the drop of a hat, and (with the exception of a few players with...
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Yes you read the title right. Denver Nuggets forward Kenneth Faried is scheduled to participate in this year’s Dunk Contest. And reportedly it appears he is considering using a bowling ball during the competition. Per Denver Post: “I thought about that, but I haven’t practiced it or anything. I really don’t know if I’m [...]
The Boston Celtics hosted the Denver Nuggets on Saturday night in what ended up being a triple-overtime thriller. The Celtics managed to win the game 118-114 behind Paul Pierce’s 27 points.
While the game was full of highlights, perhaps the best highlight was when the oft vocal Kevin Garnett told Kenneth Faried to “get that sh$t out of her n$%#a”. He yelled it loud enough that...
THAT WAS A DAMN BAR FIGHT! After an atrocious reversal by the referees that led to Ty Lawson sending the game to overtime, this game went into a full-fledged bar fight. It was sloppy, it was gritty, it was big shot after big shot, but eventually the Celtics outlasted the Nuggets, 118-114. So much to talk about, let’s get right into it.
The Green: First, Jason Terry was looking...
Highlight videos above from the Boston Celtics' triple overtime win over the Denver Nuggets. Box score below.
Denver Nuggets 114, Boston Celtics 118 - FINAL - 3-OT - February 10, 2013
Denver Nuggets (33-19)
Tip: 6PM Court: TD Garden Watch it: CSN Hear it: WEEI
Referees: Tony Brothers, Olandis Poole and Eddie F. Rush
Spread: BOS -2.0
Boston Celtics Tickets
At home: 18-9
On road: 11-15
Streak: Won 6
Streak: Won 9
Buckets: Pierce (18.6 ppg)
Buckets: Danilo Gallinari (17.1 ppg)
BOSTON — Andre Miller, a veteran of 14 seasons and more than a thousand games in the NBA, summed it up best.
“I think everybody played like they wanted to go home,” he said.
Miller and the Nuggets came out on the losing end of a triple-overtime battle on Sunday in the battle of the two hottest teams in the NBA. The Celtics’ survived, extending their win streak to seven games...