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JaVale McGee owes a lot of his highlights this season to Andre Miller. The heady Nuggets point guard has made a lot of big men like McGee better over the years, and the athletic young center has been the beneficiary of quite a few alley-oop dunks off perfectly placed lobs from the 14-year veteran.
Miller made a highlight possible for McGee in a different manner on Sunday. During the Nuggets’ 112-105 win over the Los Angeles Lakers, McGee rose up for a putback dunk. In the process, he also toppled Miller, effectively posterizing his own teammate.
Check out McGee’s dunk in the video below.
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In this week's edition of "That's So JaVale McGee", the Nuggets center showed off his insane aerial abilities against the Los Angeles Lakers.Watch as McGee follows a missed shot by Kosta Koufos and slam down a two-handed jam over two of his teammates:
Metta World Peace had one of the very few highlights during the Lakers game against the Denver Nuggets on Sunday night in LA, and it came in the form of pure hustle. Metta bothered Danilo Gallinari to no end defensively on one play in the 4th quarter and it eventually ended up in a 24-second violation by the Nuggets. The video itself isn’t too impressive, but combined with Yakety...
Denver Nuggets guard Ty Lawson figured he had to provide some entertainment during the Nuggets 110-91 blowout win against the Jazz on Saturday. He stole teammate JeVale McGee’s shoe while the starters were on the bench during the last minute of the game.
How cute. I remember when I used to flirt with girls by taking their things. But, I guess that’s what McGee gets for...
Andre Iguodala may have broken some ankles during Denver's 110-91 victory over visiting Utah on Saturday night.Watch for yourself as the Nuggets guard drives the lane, pulls a crossover dribble on the defense, and then streaks to the rim for a one-handed flush. The play occurred midway through the fourth quarter as Denver was salting away the win.Iguodala finished with 18 points...
Ty Lawson was out in LA on Sunday night where he caught up with TMZ cameras to let them know how his Nuggets “busted [the Lakers] ass, man.”
“I told Kobe, ‘it is what it is and we’re gonna bust they ass and they’re going to deal with it’,” Lawson continued. Before flipping the camera on his shoulder to interview the paps himself, he said facing the Lakers in the playoffs...
The Denver Nuggets throttled the Utah Jazz at home Saturday night, but it was something that happened on the bench during the last minute that caught our eyes. Lawson – an established prankster in the Nuggets room – very slyly steals JaVale McGee’s shoethat is left unattended.The post Ty Lawson Steals JaVale McGee’s During Utah Jazz Game on Saturday (Video) appeared first...
DENVER -- Kenneth Faried got off his sick bed to play Saturday night. It certainly made an impact on his teammates, who got off the mat to deliver one of their best games of the season. Danilo Gallinari scored a game-high 26 points, Faried had 15 points and 10 rebounds, and the Nuggets washed away the sting of a disappointing loss to beat the Utah Jazz 110-91. Andre Iguodala...
I am on a Rocky Mountain high right now. The Nuggets played one of the hardest schedules and managed to stay above .500 even with injuries. Now the team will be smooth sailing here as they amount many wins like they did last night against the Lakers.
Chris Andersen arrived in Miami on Monday for a physical and workouts.
Danilo Gallinari scored 26 points and the Denver Nuggets rebounded from a rare home loss to beat the Utah Jazz 110-91 on Saturday night.
Andre Iguodala added 18 points and Kenneth Faried had 15 points and 10 rebounds for the Nuggets, who improved to 11-2 at home this season after their eight-game winning streak at the Pepsi Center was snapped Thursday in a loss to Minnesota.
Andre Iguodala uses a series of fakes to loose the defense and go lay-in
In its exploration to sign a big man, the Miami Heat will work out ex-Denver Nuggets center Chris Andersen, league sources told Yahoo! Sports.
Andersen, famously known as “The Birdman,” arrived in Miami on Monday for a physical and workouts over the next two days with the defending NBA champions, sources said.
via Adrian Wojnarowski, Yahoo! Sports
Ty Lawson had 21 points and 10 assists, Danilo Gallinari scored
20 points and hit a big 3-pointer with 13.8 seconds left, and the
Denver Nuggets beat the struggling Los Angeles Lakers 112-105
Sunday night for their fifth win in seven games.