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The highlight tape of Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut is typically limited. Every now and then though, he’ll do something like this.
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Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut posterized Denver Nuggets center JaVale McGee in the first quarter of Sunday night's NBA Western Conference first round playoff Game 4 at the Oracle Arena.
Bogut went right down the lane and threw it down over McGee with one hand. Bogut scored 12 points and added 5 rebounds as the Warriors defeated the Nuggets 115-101 to take control...
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Just about a week ago Javale McGee made everybody’s top 10 plays of the week by illustrating his new poster shot featuring Andrew Bogut in Denver. Bogut was probably the butt of all jokes in the locker room after the game. Eight days have past and Andrew took notes from Kevin Durant’s Gatorade commercial when he got his revenge on Dwyane Wade. Well...
Bogut set the tone early!
Andrew Bogut threw down a nasty facial on JaVale McGee during the first quarter of Game 4 in Golden State on Sunday night. Watch Bogut receive the pass from Steph Curry and take it to the rim for the annihilation on McGee:
Golden State Warrior Andrew Bogut posterizes Denver Nugget JaVale McGee because Andy has long arms.
GSW downed Denver 115-101 for the 3-1 series lead.
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You didn’t know that Andrew Bogut was this much of a tough guy, did you? Bogut got busy during Game 4 between the Golden State Warriors and Denver Nuggets on Sunday. The Warriors big man threw down two awesome dunks in the first quarter. Above, you can see his monster dunk on JaVale McGee. As if jamming on McGee wasn’t enough, he stared down the Denver center. Keep in mind that...
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During Game 4 of the Western Conference quarterfinals matchup between Golden State Warriors and the Denver Nuggets on Sunday, Andrew Bogut had a smashing dunk at the expense of Nuggets’ center JaVale McGee.The post Andrew Bogut Puts JaVale McGee On A Poster (Video) appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
There are flagrant fouls and then there are flagrant fouls… During game five between the Golden State Warriors/Denver Nuggets, Warriors center Andrew Bogut was called for a flagrant one foul when he pushed Denver forward Kenneth Faried in the neck/throat region:
Denver Nuggets are in an elimination game atmosphere during Game 5 of the Golden State Warriors of the Western Conference quarterfinals on Tuesday in Denver; Denver looked like a completely different team as they came out of the game with defensive pressure, a new starting lineup, and precise execution. The increased effort may have gotten to Andrew [...]The post Andrew Bogut...
Personally, I didn’t know that Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut had a poster dunk in him but clearly, I was wrong after seeing this jam on Nuggets center JaVale McGee.
The moment happened in the first quarter of game four as Bogut received a beautiful bounce pass from teammate Stephen Curry and threw down a nasty dunk in JaVale’s grill:
Andrew Bogut has made the most of his minutes in the Warriors playoff run. He had the first half highlight of Sunday night’s game 4 when he made some space for himself after receiving the pass from Stephen Curry and dunked all over Nuggets’ JaVale McGee.
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The Golden State Warriors took a commanding 3-1 series lead over the Denver Nuggets after Sunday’s Game 4 win. Even on a sprained ankle, Steph Curry led the way with 31 points. Off a pick-and-roll during the first quarter, Curry found Andrew Bogut, who finished with 12 points on the night, for the huge flush over JaVale McGee. Bogut then added something extra as he stared down...
As fate would have it, the only thing to slow down Stephen Curry Sunday night were Corey Brewer’s fingernails. Not a left ankle. Not a right ankle. Fingernails.
Curry, bothered since Game 2 with a hobbled left ankle, had to briefly come out of the game in the fourth quarter when Brewer inadvertently scratched him in the eye on a rebound. But by then, the game was well in control...