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Wrestling fans that dragged themselves through their teenage years during the late-1990s and early-2000s (somewhat like myself) have to consider themselves fortunate to have been at the appropriate WWE-watching age during the unbelievably entertaining "Attitude Era." Stone Cold Steve Austin was opening up cans of whoop-ass, D-Generation X were telling anyone who happened to be in their general vicinity to "S*ck it" and The Rock was spending most of his time laying the smack down rather than making movies.
Those fans are generally very disappointed with today's WWE product and Denver Nuggets forward Wilson Chandler took to Twitter Sunday to express some of his current displeasure and reminisce a bit. Here's the feed.
How weak is WWE now?!... Back when it was WWF it was trill. Stone Cold was the man!
— Wilson Chandler (@wilsonchandler) February 24, 2013
"I do more, more street talkin' than Stone Cold Steve Austin" @thejuelzsantana
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The Denver Nuggets didn't need their top scorer Danilo Gallinari Monday night at the Pepsi Center as Wilson Chandler and Ty Lawson led the team to a 119-108 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers.
Undervalued: To have too little regard or esteem for. Unappreciated: to NOT grasp the nature, worth, quality, or significance of. Andre Iguodala is undervalued and unappreciated by the masses; and by the masses I’m not speaking of the NBA heads that understand his importance to a team dynamic in lieu of his defensive mastery and transitional offensive marvel. They [...]The...
Kenneth Faired and the Nuggets dominated the Lakers from the beginning of the game in Denver, but The Manimal personally embarrassed Dwight Howard by catching an alley-oop dunk over him late in the 4th quarter.
Check Below for the video of Faried’s dunk over Dwight:
Denver Nuggets forward Kenneth "The Manimal" Faried finished an alley-oop from teammate Andre Iguodala with a powerful slam dunk over Los Angeles Lakers center Dwight Howard to punctuate their 119-108 victory Monday night.
Faried scored 10 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in the win.
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The Denver Nuggets high-flying, fast-paced offense was simply too much for the Lakers Monday night and it showed.
The Nuggets boast one of the best transition offenses in the league (second only to the Rockets) and that made for a night of highlight reel dunks against one of the worst transition defenses in the league currently owned by the Lakers. Seemingly every other play was...
JaVale McGee, the 7-foot center for the Denver Nuggets, has a very simple message for Dwight Howard on this hook shot: Not in McGee's house!
There are few things more beautiful than an NBA alley-oop pass and during Monday night's Denver Nuggets/Los Angeles Lakers affair, the Mile High City saw a pretty one performed by the home team.In the first quarter of play, watch as Denver's Kenneth Faried grabs the rebound and starts a fastbreak that lead to a Corey Brewer to Andre Igoudala alley-oop dunk:
The Lakers three-game winning streak came to an end in Denver Monday night. The Nuggets simply had too much youth and too many high flyers for the Lakers. The game was a dunkfest, many coming at the hands of “The Manimal,” Kenneth Faried. Check out this alley-oop pass from Andre Iguodala which ended over Dwight Howard.
The Nuggets beat the Lakers 119-108. Faried added 12...
Another big-picture game
The Portland Trail Blazers got a much-needed win against the Boston Celtics Sunday night, but they’ll need to keep momentum going with the Denver Nuggets coming to town Wednesday night.
Matchup: Portland (26-30) vs. Denver Nuggets (36-22)
Venue: Rose Garden Arena
Time: 7:30 PM PT
Date: Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2013
The team is in the midst of a four-game home...
Nuggets forward Kenneth Faried aka The Manimal baptizes Lakers Center DUHwight Howard. That’s all you need to know. Just watch the videoThe post VIDEO: Kenneth Faried With The Monster Jam Over Dwight Howard appeared first on No Coast Bias.
The Denver Nuggets defeated the Los Angeles Lakers, 119-108, Monday night by showcasing their speed and athleticism, After all, they had 33 fast-break points opposed to the Lakers’ three fast-break points. Speaking of speed and athleticism, check out the dunk party hosted by the Nuggets starring JaVale McGee and Kenneth Faried.The post Denver Nuggets Dunk Party Versus Los Angeles...
The Manimal, Kenneth Faried, finishes off the Lakers by throwing down a vicious alley-oop right on Dwight Howard’s head. The Nuggets went on to win 119-108:
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The Denver Nuggets defeated the Los Angeles Lakers in Denver Monday night, 119-108, and the game contained emphatic blocks and powerful dunks including this gem from Andre Iguodala to Kenneth Faried. Iguodala threw the lob and Faried finished, powerfully, over Dwight Howard. The post Kenneth Faried’s Alley-Oop Over Dwight Howard (Video) appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
With only four games going on in the National Basketball Association on Monday night, there wasn't exactly many highlights to take scour.The top highlight of the night came from Denver Nuggets forward Kenneth Faries who soared over Lakers center Dwight Howard for a fourth quarter alley-oop dunk attempt:
Even with their top scorer Danilo Gallinari out with a bruised left thigh, the Nuggets easily put an end to the Lakers recent 3-game winning streak, running away with a 119-108 victory in Denver’s Pepsi Center on Monday night. The Los Angeles Lakers appeared to be on the right track, winning three consecutive games after [...]