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The Golden State Warriors and Denver Nuggets are involved in the best playoff series going on in the NBA. Here is a video of Javale McGee making a spectacular block on Andrew Bogut’s shot, well not really a block but a volleyball spike! Only to go into the hands of playmaker,Steph Curry, who crossed over and dribbled behind his back, penetrating the middle, and found the big fella, Andrew for a monster dunk all within ten seconds.
Take a look.
Unfortunately the series ended. Golden State end up beating Denver in 6 games by defeating the Nuggets 92-88.
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