Found March 03, 2013 on
Jocks and Stiletto Jill:
At this point if you’re taking the time out to view another Harlem Shake video, you’re not looking at the overall scope of the video. You can’t, because the Heat KILLED it with theirs. Blew up the model, it’s almost a waste of time. What’s fun to check out now is the individual performances. You get to take a mini-deep dive into the psyche of that person and ponder, “what made you do that dance?”
The Denver Nuggets give you their “Harlem Shake” under the direction of JaVale McGee.
Remember when JaVale was with the Wizards and he used to do videos as Pierre or his videos with former teammate Nick Young? I’m not surprised he got his teammates together for this.
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The Denver Nuggets have just released their version of the "Harlem Shake", filmed in their weight room and led by JaVale McGee wearing a Predator mask.
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If the Miami Heat Harlem Shake Video was Beyonce, the Nuggets version would be that girl in the original Destiny’s Child with the purple hair. There is a reason I can’t remmeber her name. Thankfully, JaVale McGee saves the day slightly.
The Denver Nuggets haven’t been that successful in the postseason; to be honest they have resembled a team of mediocrity once playoffs begin due to the slowed tempo, tightened defenses, and half-court setting. They have struggled with shaking the “first-and-done” stereotype from their repertoire. Could this be the year they move to the semifinals? Perhaps. The key ...
The Denver Nuggets defeated the Atlanta Hawks Monday night, 104-88, and tallied 29 fast-break points; during one of those fast-break executions, Corey Brewer ignited a fast-break with a steal and ended up with Andre Iguodala finishing a fantastic alley-oop. The Denver Nuggets have been on a tear as of late and Atlanta just became their latest [...]The post Corey Brewer-Andre Iguodala...
I could almost--and maybe should credit this to the Denver Nuggets rather than just Andre Iguodala. The play was a pretty tremendous team effort. Iggy just happened to be the one finishing it off.
But oh what a finish!
The Nuggets have won 11 in a row
The Raptors, Heat and even Shaq & the Inside the NBA crew have given their renditions of the Harlem Shake – and now the Denver Nuggets join in on the recent craze sweeping through the league:
The Denver Nuggets are one of the highest scoring teams in the NBA, and their bench is a big reason they seem headed for a 10th straight trip to the playoffs.
Playing at home is also a big help.
The Nuggets look for another strong effort from the bench Monday night, when they go for their longest single-season home winning streak in eight years against the Atlanta Hawks.
Cue the music. Move it like Bern is happening. Has been way too long since I moved it like Bern so I think today is a good day to do it. Ty Lawson creates enough space to put a shot up over Thabo for the win. Just the Nuggets quietly sneaking up the Western Conference ranks. Iggy is playing better. No big deal here.
Move it like Bern.
Some things you just have to see to believe.
Case-in-point...the insane circus shot that Kevin Durant hit Friday night in Denver against the Nuggets.
Now, we all know that the air is thinner in the Mile High City, which could be the only possible explanation for the amount of hang time Durant achieve this "Shot of the Year" candidate.
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