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Aside from 92 year old Andre Miller's game winning bucket for the Nuggets against the Warriors, there wasn't much to get excited about during the first slate of NBA Playoff games. Just blowout after blowout after blowout. Thank goodness we have Kevin Harlan to inject some much needed enthusiasm into otherwise mundane and morose lopsided contests. Listen as Harlan loses it for this Chris Andersen follow slam, then kicks it up even another notch to talk about his aerodynamically sound mohawk.
H/T The Point Forward
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For those of you who missed the first game in the Miami-Milwaukee series, allow me to bestow upon you a gem-of-a-put-back-dunk by the infamously eccentric Miami power forward known to most as simply the “Birdman” (aka Chris Andersen).
After officially signing to a remainder of the season deal with Miami in February of this year, Andersen has proven himself with the Heat to be...
Chris Andersen’s putback dunk late in the third quarter brought about spirited reaction from TNT play-by-play announcer, Kevin Harlan. Listen to Harlan as he loses his mind after the vicious throwdown:
Here comes the Birdman! Flapping his wings and soaring for a sweet flush. When you’re aerodynamically designed with that hairdo, you can do those kinds of things..with that sweet...
It’s a shame one of theses teams had to lose this game because both teams battled from the beginning to the end, in what was an exciting game. Denver Nuggets veteran point guard Andre Miller was virtually unstoppable all game and with the score tied with 14.5 seconds to go, he put the team on his back.
Check the video out here:
H/T to Sports Illustrated for the video.
37-year-old point guard, Andre Miller, had a huge Game 1 against the Golden State Warriors, contributing 28 points (11-16), 5 assists and 3 rebounds off the bench. The veteran took over the game down the stretch, eventually coming through in the clutch as he hit a game-winning layup over Warriors rookie forward, Draymond Green, to give Denver the 97-95 home victory and a 1-0 series...
It appeared to be turn back the clock night in Denver as 37-year-old Andre Miller helped the Nuggets to a game one victory over the Golden State Warriors with some late-second heroics.
With about five seconds left in the game and the score tied at 95, Miller was matched up with Warriors rookie Harrison Barnes and took him to the basket.
Watch as Miller makes a nice move to the cup...
Andre Miller scored a playoff career-high 28 points and sank a nifty layup with 1.3 seconds left that lifted the Denver Nuggets to a 97-95 win over the Golden State Warriors on Saturday.
Miller drove left past rookie Draymond Green, did an up-and-under between two defenders under the basket and banked the ball off the glass with his right hand.
The Warriors inbounded the ball and...
Stephen Curry did whatever that he could to help the Golden State Warriors steal Game One of their playoff series from the Denver Nuggets.
Playing on the Nuggets homecourt, Curry hit a dramatic game-tying three-pointer with just a few ticks left on the clock.
It was not enough to force overtime as the Nuggets relied on Andre Miller to drive into the paint and layup the game-winner...
Andre Miller didn't even wait for the final horn to sound before trudging off the court.
The Denver Nuggets guard was far from alone as many of the fans bolted the Pepsi Center early, too. They had seen quite enough of Stephen Curry & Co. making shot after shot as the Nuggets were humbled at home for the first time in three months.
Behind blistering shooting, Golden State...
If you’re looking to check some of the younger and lesser known talent in the NBA, plus see some wire to wire FUN basketball action. You definitely should be checking out the Nuggets vs. Warriors. This series will be a lot of fun. The irony in that statement is that Saturday’s game was won by the old man on the court, Nuggets 37-year old veteran, Andre Miller. Miller has never...
Denver Nuggets forward Kenneth Faried said Sunday that he will play in Game 2 of the Nuggets’ first-round playoff series against the Golden State Warriors on Tueaday night. Faried sat out of the Nuggets’ 97-95 victory in Gmae 1 on Saturday with an ankle injury.
The 2013 NBA Playoffs got underway on Saturday and here’s how the weekend played out: New York Knicks defeat Boston Celtics 85-78 Carmelo Anthony dropped 36 points on Boston to clinch Game 1. The Knicks used an 18-8 4th quarter to maintain home court advantage. Denver Nuggets defeat Golden State Warriors 97-95 Andre Miller scored [...]
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