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The postseason in any sport teams are looking to do whatever it takes to win. A team’s defense starts to tighten up as teams play more on the aggressive side. The cliché during playoff time is win or go home. Last night the Denver Nuggets were facing elimination as they took on the Golden State Warriors. One way the Nuggets felt that they could win was by shutting down Warriors star player Stephen Curry. To most coaches that plan is pretty straight forward. For Warriors coach Mark Jackson, he felt the Nuggets were playing a bit dirty. After the game he expressed his frustration. Jackson said, “They were the more physical team. They were the aggressor. They hurt us in the first half by scoring the basketball, points in the paint. Made us pay for our turnovers. They tried to send hit men on Steph. But give them credit. It wasn’t cocky basketball; they outplayed us. It wasn’t magic; they outplayed us.” He goes on to say, “There were some dirty plays early. It’s playoff basketball. Tha...
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