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Before the start of game four between the Denver Nuggets and the Golden State Warriors, Nuggets center JaVale McGee decided to play a little bit of hide-and-seek with some playoff tickets.
He posted the below tweet to his Twitter account detailing his scavenger hunt for fans who wanted to attend the game:
RT @javalemcgee34 FOR THE FANS GAMETIME WE NEED ALL THE SUPPORT! #NUGGETS #15TOGO #TURNINGPHONEOFF twitter.com/JaValeMcGee34/…— JaVale McGee (@JaValeMcGee34) April 28, 2013
Whoever got those tickets, good job!
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McGee is a strange guy. I think he saw this in a movie. With that being said, he does get Dollarnaire credit for going to Marshalls. If there are any Nuggets fans in the San Francisco area, you still have time to make it to Marshalls to collect your tickets. RT @javalemcgee34 FOR THE FANS GAMETIME WE NEED ALL THE SUPPORT! #NUGGETS #15TOGO #TURNINGPHONEOFF twitter.com/JaValeMcGee34...
In what sounds like a zany radio station concert giveaway turns out to be an awesome gesture by everyone’s favorite absent-minded, crazy athletic center. JaVale McGee had some time to spare before his playoff game against the Golden State Warriors at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, Cal. so he did what every NBA player should do before an important game, he went to Marshall’s. JaVale...
Although it will be the post-game shenanigans that will steal the show, Tuesday night’s Game 5 between the Denver Nugget and Golden State Warriors continued the trend of sensational playoff basketball between the two teams.
Following the game, Golden State Warriors head coach Mark Jackson and star guard Stephen Curry voiced their frustation with the physical play by the Nuggets...
In the opening minutes of the third quarter of Game 5 of the Golden State Warriors and Denver Nuggets game on Tuesday, Golden State cut Denver’s double-digit lead to just nine points before Denver, led by Andre Iguodala, went on a run to give them a double-digit cushion again. After a Denver possession, JaVale McGee shows his [...]The post JaVale McGee Is Very Happy (GIF...
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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.
It wouldn’t be a week here on That NBA Lottery Pick without a classic moment from Denver Nuggets center JaVale McGee doing something hilarious or stupid.
After Andre Igoudala helped the Nuggets increase their lead in game five against the Golden State Warriors, JaVale got a little excited about it and nearly crushed Nuggets rookie Evan Fournier in the process:
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Warriors coach Mark Jackson had some words for the Nuggets after the game. He accused Denver of playing dirty and targeting players.
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...
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:
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...
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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