Found April 27, 2013 on BlackSportsOnline:
  Steph Curry has been the single most exciting player during the first round of the NBA Playoffs so far. His ability to make shots in a variety of ways from virtually any spot on the floor despite not possessing incredible athleticism, is probably what endears him to fans the most. In the fourth quarter of Game 3 between the Golden State Warriors and the Denver Nuggets, Curry made two incredible and unorthodox scoops shots that went a long way in securing a crucial victory for the home team. Check the video out here: H/T to Pro Basketball Talk for the video.

McGee hides playoff tickets at Marshalls

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

JaVale McGee Hides Playoff Tickets At Marshalls

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...

Andre Iguodala Reverse Ally Oop!

Andre Iguodala is probably the most underrated athlete in the NBA as he demonstrates his acrobatics on this reverse ally oop pass from Andre Miller in the third quarter of the Nuggets/Warriors game.  Who throws a better ally oop pass better than Andre Miller. Oh, I forgot, Chris Paul! Follow us on Twitter KCMAC38 @kcmac38 @SKsPassThePill   The post Andre Iguodala Reverse Ally...

Kenneth Faried kicked a hole in locker room wall

Kenneth Faried was none too pleased with his Nuggets losing to the Warriors 115-101 on Sunday and the visitors locker room at Oracle Arena was the unfortunate recipient of some misguided anger.  Kenneth Faried reportedly did some kicking of the locker room walls and he left his mark.  Golden State leads the playoff series 3-1. #bbpBox_328738620766822400 a { text-decoration:none...

Faried kicks hole in locker room wall

The Nuggets' Kenneth Faried is a fiery guy, known by many as the team's emotional leader. So with him team suddenly down 3-1 to the Golden State Warriors in their first-round playoff series, it wouldn't be surprising if Faried wanted to give some teammates a swift kick in the pants. But after Sunday night's postgame display, he may not need to kick any butts -- we...

Kenneth Faried Kicks Hole In Locker Room Wall After Game 4 Loss

Following the Game 4 115-101 loss that sent his Denver Nuggets into a 3-1 hole to the Golden State Warriors Sunday night, Kenneth Faried kicked a hole into the visitors locker room wall. Asked if he used his left foot with an ailing ankle to do the damage, Faried told Sam Amick of USA Today, “I don’t know, I just kicked it.” At least it wasn’t a fire extinguisher. The hole...

Denver Nuggets Podcasat: Episode 27 – Do or Die Time

5280 Hoops Show: Denver Nuggets Podcast This week Justin and Peter discuss the Denver Nuggets 2-1 deficit in their first round match up with the Golden State Warriors. The guys talk about what the Nuggets need to do in this series and some hypotheticals. Plus, now that Russell Westbrook is done for the year, the West is wide open.
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