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Andre Iguodala hit a left handed game winner against the Mavericks The major question surrounding the Denver Nuggets is who would take the final shot in a tight game. Well that issue can be put to rest for at least one night as Andre Iguodala drove to the hoop hard at Vince Carter and put up a left-handed shot for the game winner. This game is a major blow or the Dallas Mavericks who are trying to grab the eighth seed in the Western Conference playoff race. For the Nuggets they needed this game as well to keep the coveted third seed in the West. Check out the acrobatic left-handed shot by Iguodala:
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The Denver Nuggets' Andre Iguodala decided to add a few style points on a standard dribble-drive to the hole, finishing with a reverse two-handed dunk.
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The Nuggets are still marching along nicely into the playoffs. They got the win last night over the Dallas Mavericks, but they may have lost Danilo Gallinari. As Gallinari was driving to the basket, his knee buckled awkwardly, and Gallinari couldn't even take another step with that leg. Gallinari's reaction makes the knee injury look serious. The team will have him...
As the NBA regular season winds down, one can never accurately predict how a team will perform down the stretch, but even without starting point guard, Ty Lawson, the Denver Nuggets sizzled in Utah Wednesday night, annihilating the Jazz 113-96. Denver was able to be stay in the paint and win the battle of the boards; [...]The post Kenneth Faried Smashes Half-Court Alley-Oop From...
Danilo Gallinari and the Denver Nuggets have really perfected the NBA’s best celebration, and I can and will watch this on repeat for the next 24 hours. It is hard not to smile or laugh like a little child after seeing the Nuggets bench erupt in what is now being dubbed the ‘Italian celebration.” The kiss from Danilo is priceless.
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As expected, Danilo Gallinari of the Denver Nuggets has been diagnosed with a torn ACL and will miss the remainder of the season, the team has announced.There were initial leaks that Gallinari would be out for the rest of the year due to the injury, but the Nuggets made the news official yesterday. If there is good news to be had in this, the team did say that no other torn ligaments...
Danilo Gallinari and his Denver Nuggets teammates celebrated a late three-ball by Gallo that helped down the Jazz on Wednesday night with an ‘Italian kiss’ to the hand:
Through his official Facebook, Danilo Gallinari confirmed the worst fears of Thursday night’s injury against the Mavericks, he has a torn ACL and he is done for the year.
Gallinari was carted off the court after driving through the lane and suffering a non-contact left knee injury with 4:28 to go in the second quarter.
According to Danilo Gallinari’s Facebook, translated from...
Danilo Gallinari of the Denver Nuggets' went down hard on Thursday night against the Dallas Mavericks.
Danilo Gallinari will miss the remainder of the season.
That jumpshot of Danilo Gallinari? Bellissimo!
The young Italian sharpshooter had 21 points in Denver’s 113-96 win over the Utah Jazz Wednesday, and he showed us how the Nuggets get down with their Italian celebration after he makes big shots.
Love the celebration, still not buying the Nuggets as a championship contender.
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When JaVale McGee was on the Washington Wizards, he provided us with almost weekly entertainment in the form of some sort of outrageously awful play, a boneheaded decision or some off-the-court drama. When he joined the Denver Nuggets, he cleaned up his act a bit and proved that he could actually contribute to an NBA team.
He is more successful in Denver, but you can tell there...