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What a shot by Danilo Gallinari! And he got the foul! And gave Mike Dunleavy a bloody nose! Alright, so maybe the announcer got a bit carried away. This was probably not the shot of the century. But it was a heckuva shot, and at the very least, one of the best shots of the year. But seriously, keep your cool next time, announcer-man. [Ball Don't Lie]
The Denver Nuggets defeated the Los Angeles Lakers 112-105 last night in a moderately thrilling game. But the game itself wasn’t particularly smooth, each team hiccuping its way to the finish line. There was just a whole lot of dumb, really. Many videos of dumb, after the jump.
Denver’s Danilo Gallinari briefly mistook basketball for soccer in the 4th quarter of his team’s Game 4 loss to the Lakers, and the Nuggets are now in a 3-1 hole heading back to LA. The outbreak of flops in this year’s playoffs have been well documented, but this may be the most dramatic after-the-flop sell I’ve seen thus far. Acting jobs like these, where a player writhes in pretend pain after the actual contact, are usually reserved for European soccer. Now, they’re creeping their way into the NBA. No bene.
This Ridiculous Behind-The-Back Dish From Danilo Gallinari Makes Us Wonder Why The Knicks Ever Gave This Dude Up
Many say that the Knicks gave up too much in the trade for Carmelo Anthony last season, which saw the ‘Bockers gut their roster in return for the isolation-loving scorer. But what if the true travesty was trading just one player: Danilo Gallinari, who is seen here throwing a crazy no-look pass to Kenneth Faried. Check the dish after the jump.
The Nuggets lost 92-89 to the Lakers today, and while such a close loss is always disappointing, this one was especially bad…because with just a couple seconds to go in regulation, the game should have been tied at 91.
New York Knicks’ forward Danilo Gallinari threw down a thunderous reverse dunk against the Boston Celtics on Wednesday night that brought a sell-out Madison Square Garden crowd to its feet.