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DENVER -- Danilo Gallinari scored 17 points, Andre Miller had 12 points and 12 assists in his first start of the season, and the Denver Nuggets ended the Los Angeles Clippers' 17-game winning streak with a 92-78 win Tuesday night. Blake Griffin scored 12 points, and DeAndre Jordan had 11 points and 11 rebounds for the Clippers, who lost for the first time since falling at home to the New Orleans Hornets on Nov. 26. Los Angeles was mostly dominant during the longest winning streak in the league this season. Only three times did the Clippers win games by five points or fewer, and they beat the Nuggets by 12 at the Staples Center on Christmas Day. It was a different story on New Year's Day. Denver, missing point guard Ty Lawson due to a strained left Achilles tendon, had six players in double figures and was in front most of the game. The Nuggets led by as many as 12 points in the first half before the Clippers cut it to 48-43 with a run late in the second quarter. Los ...
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JaVale McGee is hilarious in every possible way, therefore we need to celebrate when he does things correctly. Enjoy JaVale’s first three pointer of his career. You have to love the reaction of JaVale’s teammates and the Denver home crowd. Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
Denver Nuggets center JaVale McGee hit his first career 3-point shot at the buzzer to end the third quarter during Tuesday night's 92-78 win over the Los Angeles Clippers.
McGee hit a 27-foot 3-pointer and then pretended to mix something up and taste it with his fingers, a celebration move referred to by game commentators as "finger-lickin' good".
As the seconds wound down on the Nuggets’ victory over the Clippers on Tuesday, Andre Miller plopped down into one of the cushioned seats on the Denver Nuggets’ bench, took a deep breath and began to untie his shoes. He looked a little like a factory laborer or a construction worker huffing down in his easy chair at the end of a long day, unlacing his boots to ease the pressure...
Not only did the Denver Nuggets snap the Los Angles Clippers’ 17-game win streak, but to add insult to injury Nuggets center Javale McGee hit his first career three pointer of his career during the game.With 1.3 seconds remaining in the third quarter, the Clippers left McGee wide open off the inbounds pass. Without hesitation and showing off a pretty smooth release, McGee was...
It was a momentous occasion in more ways than one at the Pepsi Center on Tuesday night.The Denver Nuggets put an end to the Los Angeles Clippers' 17-game winning streak after dismantling the visitors, 92-78. And as if that wasn't reason enough to celebrate, Nuggets forward JaVale McGee connected for his first made 3-pointer of his career, as well.The majestic shot came as...
The Nuggets knocked the Clippers off their 17 game winning streak on New Year’s Day. The Clippers looked a bit sluggish and the Nuggets protected their record as the best home team in the NBA moving to an 11-1 record. The Cherry on the Nuggets sundae, JaVale McGee hit his first three pointer, EVER. So [...]
Javale McGee tends to be a guy that makes himself look stupid on the basketball court. Like this time when he fell down and threw the ball into the crowd. Last night he did it again. He knocked down a three pointer at the buzzer and celebrated like he won the NBA title. Just a little overboard for a random shot in a 16 point game. Well, in his defense, it was the first three...
Danilo Gallinari led six Nuggets players in double figures with 17 points and Denver stopped the Los Angeles Clippers' franchise- record winning streak at 17 games with a 92-78 victory Tuesday night.
The Clippers' streak was the longest in the NBA since the Boston Celtics won 19 in a row from Nov. 15-Dec. 23, 2008.
Kenneth Faried added 14 points and 11 rebounds for the...
In another classic edition of "That's So JaVale", Nuggets center JaVale McGee hit a buzzer-beating three pointer against the Los Angeles Clippers for his first made three of the season.After hitting the shot, McGee celebrated the accomplishment by pretending to mix a food item and then licking his fingers after he tasted it:
Even the NBA's hottest team can have a bad night.
The Denver Nuggets took advantage of the Los Angeles Clippers' shooting woes Tuesday night, getting 17 points from Danilo Gallinari in a 92-78 victory that snapped the Clippers' franchise-record, 17-game winning streak.
Poor shooting, particularly from 3-point range (5 of 29, 17.2 percent) and the free-throw line (13...
DENVER -- Lob City moved to Colorado for a night, but it was the Denver Nuggets taking over the role as the high-flying team. The Los Angeles Clippers, for one game, brought brick city, and it resulted in their first loss in 36 days. Danilo Gallinari scored 17 points, Andre Miller had 12 points and 12 assists in his first start of the season, and the Nuggets ended the Clippers...
Slam! I shut my truck door with an adequate feeling of uneasiness as my tickets were scanned and Fred — I call him Fred, anyways — ask “Hey, Smiles, are the Nuggets going to win tonight?” I have this scowl on my face, but it instantaneously turns into a grin, and I give Fred my [...]The post Denver Nuggets End Los Angeles Clippers 17-Game Winning Streak appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
Andre Miller scored the 15,000th point of his NBA career on a mid-range jumper in the first quarter against Minnesota, becoming the eighth player to score that many and dish out at least 7,500 assists.
Oscar Robertson, Gary Payton, John Stockton, Isiah Thomas, Magic Johnson, Jason Kidd and Steve Nash also have accomplished the feat.
In typical Miller fashion, the 36-year-old downplayed...
By earning an impressive win despite the absence of their starting point guard, the Denver Nuggets continued to show why they're one of the best home teams in the NBA. A visit from the slumping Minnesota Timberwolves doesn't appear likely to change their status.
The Nuggets seek a ninth straight win at the Pepsi Center on Thursday night when they face the Timberwolves, who...
Last night it was announced that Ty Lawson will be going for an MRI on his strained Achilles, I think he hurt it shoving his foot up his owners’ ass. Anyway, it’s reasonable to expect he will miss some time, maybe a game, maybe 3. Maybe more! I think it would be best for everyone involved if he sat out a week or more to get healthy, don’t you think? Don’t bother answering...