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Last night’s game between the Golden State Warriors and Denver Nuggets ended up being a very entertaining game. The Warriors pulled out a close victory in a game that came down to the buzzer.
The great part about watching the Nuggets is there’s so much athleticism on display that there are bound to be some highlight plays. This was exactly the case last night, with Kenneth Faried being the one to supply us with some great plays.
Watch below for a couple of big-time blocks in the team’s losing effort:
You can’t help but wish the Nuggets were on national TV more often. With JaVale McGee and Kenneth Faried on the same team, there are bound to be some very nice blocks every night.
-Mark Evans, Assistant Manager/Editor of Content
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