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Timofey Mozgov learned a valuable lesson in last night’s Nuggets-Raptors game. And that lesson is not to jump with Demar Derozan. Especially when he has a running start.
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posted by Romy AquinoWhat a night for Toronto Raptors highlights.It's unbelievable how the Raptors always manage to get themselves in this many close games this season but at least the Raptors are getting on the right side of the win-loss column lately. Most of the credit has to go to the Raptors newest acquisition, Rudy Gay. Rudy Gay nailed his first field goal of the second...
You have learned well George Karl.
What in the world is wrong with sports these days? I swear! If I didn't know better I would think this was the Year of the Rat since so many people are telling on themselves and/or their teammates.
The latest rat to come out of nowhere is Denver Nuggets head coach George Karl. For some stupid reason he thought it was a good idea to come...
Rudy Gay hasn't been with the Raptors for a long time since he was traded to Toronto but is he making an impression fast.
In five game with the Raptors, Gay is averaging 23.4 points, 3 steals, 2.4 assists, 6.4 rebounds and shooting 41% from the field in 40.2 minutes per game.
Needless to say, Rudy is bringing it to the court and keeping the Raptors competitive. He is...
It looks like Rudy Gay has been enjoying his time in Toronto. The Raptors have won 4 of their past 6 games since acquiring the young star, even beating the likes of Indiana, LA Clippers and Denver (see clip above). Rudy is finally on a team where he is "the man", or as the announcer likes to call him "that guy". Well maybe the announcers aren't coming...
JaVale McGee has had some funny moments this season, and a few good one's also like this self alley-opp, but this fully court alley-opp from Andre Miller looked like a Dwayne Wade pass to LeBron James. Check out the huge dunk below and see if you can tell the difference.
McGee finished with 14 points as the Denver Nuggets lost to the Brooklyn Nets 119-108.
Toronto Raptors guard Landry Fields scored it big with his recent marriage proposal to girlfriend/model Elaine Alden. And it was pretty creative, too.How can you say no to a guy who proposes via holding up signs in a photo boothh? Naturally, the two are now engaged.Fields, 24, hasn't fared as well on the court this year as he has off of it. Fields is averaging just five points...
It wouldn't be a week here at That NBA Lottery Pick without a memorable highlight from Denver Nuggets forward JaVale McGee.On this Wednesday night, Denver is in Brooklyn to face the Nets and the first quarter saw Andre Miller feed a half court alley-opp that JaVale slammed down:
Raptors guard, Landry Fields, proposed to long-time supermodel girlfriend, Elaine Alden Tuesday in New York City:
She explains how Fields proposed, via Instagram:
With the Nuggets having four players out, Anthony Randolph played 27 minutes while scoring 16 points to go with seven rebounds and three steals.
Three-quarter-court (and beyond) alley oops are usually reserved for players named Wade and James, but Wednesday night in Brooklyn, Andre Miller and JaVale McGee — yes, that JaVale Mcgee — performed a worthy impression of the Miami duo’s long distance hookups.
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The Boston Celtics hosted the Denver Nuggets on Saturday night in what ended up being a triple-overtime thriller. The Celtics managed to win the game 118-114 behind Paul Pierce’s 27 points.
While the game was full of highlights, perhaps the best highlight was when the oft vocal Kevin Garnett told Kenneth Faried to “get that sh$t out of her n$%#a”. He yelled it loud enough that...
You might not know who Terrence Ross is now, but you will after the Raptors rookie competes in the this year’s NBA All-Star Dunk Contest…
Ross has announced that he will launch a fundraising campaign in correlation with his participation in this year’s All-Star Weekend that will benefit Dunk Cancer.
The campaign will begin February 14th with a 72-hour twitter based online...
The NBA dunk competition has been one of the more controversial and contested aspects of All-Star Weekend over the last five years, and for good reason. The competition has been unable to attract the marquee name players to participate, thus letting down a large deal of mainstream fans. We did a little digging and found one reason you may enjoy watching the contest a bit more...
Coming over from the 76ers this summer, Andre Iguodala is the backbone of the Nuggets and has brought the team a menacing defensive wingman who has totally revamped this team's outlook and intensity on the non-offensive end of the floor
When: 7:30 PM: Wednesday, February 13th, 2013
Where: Barclays Center; Brooklyn, NY
TV: YES Network
For the first time...