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Basketball purgatory. What is it? Similar to actual purgatory, basketball purgatory is just how it sounds; a team isn’t playing good, inspired basketball, nor are they playing gut-wrenching, terrible ball despite all appearances. The Denver Nuggets are in basketball purgatory. I could give you another fair, with a glimmer of hope, post-game article after the [...]The post The Denver Nuggets Are In Basketball Purgatory appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
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The Denver Nuggets lost another close game Wednesday night, this time to the Atlanta Hawks, but there was a few highlights for the streaky Nuggets. This one included a nice dish and a one-handed slam (and a foul) by Danilo Gallinari and Andre Iguodala. A budding bro-mance, perhaps?The post Bro-Mance: Danilo Gallinari Dishes to Andre Iguodala (Video) appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
Denver's Andre Miller brought back a blast from the past Friday night.
The 36-year-old backup guard scored eight of his 15 points during a 10-0 run in the final three minutes, leading the Nuggets past the Indiana Pacers 92-89.
Miller had a hand in all of the points, also getting an assist on JaVale McGee's dunk during the decisive spurt.
McGee dominated the first half...
Well, I had an awfully tough decision to make today. Between Andre Iguodala and Caron Butler, it was almost a tossup. What ultimately swung my vote in favor of Iguodala is the last replay angle in the video below. As you watch, notice how far Iggy has to reach in order to dunk the ball as he’s falling to the floor. We’re talking about a real degree of difficulty here...
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Denver Nuggets were struggling, looking to get a jump-start somehow against an Indiana Pacers team that had all the momentum in its favor. No need to worry, veteran Andre Miller was there to bail them out. Miller scored six points during an 8-0 Nuggets run late in the fourth quarter to help them beat the Pacers 92-89 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Friday. ...
Josh Smith's steal, jam and free throw with 31 seconds remaining extended Atlanta's lead and the Hawks held on to beat the Denver Nuggets 108-104 on Wednesday night.
Smith had 16 points and 13 rebounds on his 27th birthday. Al Horford led the Hawks with 25 points and 12 rebounds.
Ty Lawson paced Denver with a season-high 32 points. Corey Brewer had 19.
Two free throws...
Looking for the dunk of Friday night in the NBA?Then you need to check out this amazing one-handed stuff that Nuggets forward JaVale McGee decided to throw down on Pacers back-up center Ian Mahinmi: