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The Denver Nuggets squared off against the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday as their final game before All-Star break, and while Brooklyn defeated Denver thanks to a barrage of connections from downtown, Denver started the game keeping up with them. Included in the first quarter of action, was this beautifully executed JaVale McGee alley-oop which destroyed [...]The post JaVale McGee’s 75-Foot Alley-Oop (Video) appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
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Joe Ray It’s no secret that JaVale McGee is an athletic freak and a dunking machine. The Denver Nuggets’ mercurial center is always good for a few good highlights per year, and this would be one of them.
Point guard Andre Miller serves up a three-quarters lob to McGee, perfectly in range for the jam. Safe to say the Nuggets caught Brooklyn sleeping on this play.
JaVale McGee has had some funny moments this season, and a few good one's also like this self alley-opp, but this fully court alley-opp from Andre Miller looked like a Dwayne Wade pass to LeBron James. Check out the huge dunk below and see if you can tell the difference.
McGee finished with 14 points as the Denver Nuggets lost to the Brooklyn Nets 119-108.
It wouldn't be a week here at That NBA Lottery Pick without a memorable highlight from Denver Nuggets forward JaVale McGee.On this Wednesday night, Denver is in Brooklyn to face the Nets and the first quarter saw Andre Miller feed a half court alley-opp that JaVale slammed down:
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Things didn’t start off like the Denver Nuggets had hoped when they took on the Toronto Raptors Tuesday, as Denver was missing two starters, Andre Iguodala and Danilo Gallinari, and a rotation player, Wilson Chandler. Toronto had an early double-digit lead and it only got worse when DeMar DeRozan Blake Griffin’d Timofey Mozgov during the second quarter.The post DeMar DeRozan...
With the Nuggets having four players out, Anthony Randolph played 27 minutes while scoring 16 points to go with seven rebounds and three steals.
Three-quarter-court (and beyond) alley oops are usually reserved for players named Wade and James, but Wednesday night in Brooklyn, Andre Miller and JaVale McGee — yes, that JaVale Mcgee — performed a worthy impression of the Miami duo’s long distance hookups.
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DeMar DeRozan does his best Blake Griffin reenactment on Timofey Mozgov in Tuesday’s matchup vs. the Nuggets and throws a hammer down on the center:
Nuggets big man Timofey Mozgov may have finally finished having nightmares from the time Blake Griffin dunked oh him so bad, that he got the dunk named after him and now a poster dunk can be a Mozgov’d.
Two years later Mozgov might not have nightmares, but he was Mozgov’d again by Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan after a strong drive down the lane.
The look on Timofey Mozgov’s face...
Coming over from the 76ers this summer, Andre Iguodala is the backbone of the Nuggets and has brought the team a menacing defensive wingman who has totally revamped this team's outlook and intensity on the non-offensive end of the floor
When: 7:30 PM: Wednesday, February 13th, 2013
Where: Barclays Center; Brooklyn, NY
TV: YES Network
For the first time...
Timofey Mozgov learned a valuable lesson in last night’s Nuggets-Raptors game. And that lesson is not to jump with Demar Derozan. Especially when he has a running start.
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Poor Timofey Mozgov, first he gets abused by Blake Griffin and earlier tonight, he got banged on by Toronto Raptors forward Demar Derozan.Watch as Demar "derises" in the second quarter of the Raptors/Nuggets game at the Air Canada Center:
Seeing as David Stern and the NBA prefer putting superstar-led teams on ESPN and TNT, and AT&T U-Verse doesn’t have NBA TV available for po’ folk like me, I don’t get to watch Javale McGee’s crazy ass play as much as I’d like to. So I have to depend on Twitter and the great Denver bloggers and writers that I follow to fill me in on the crazy things he says or does each...