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WTF, TNT? Remember when basketball coaches swore at the players in the locker room, and broadcasters minded their manners and made the dull remarks? TNT and Reggie Miller flipped the script on Thursday night when Miller ventured into the Warriors’ locker room and blurted a curse word during a speech to the team on live TV.
Nuggets broadcaster Scott Hastings, who won an NBA title as a forward for Detroit in 1990, had pointed words for Warriors’ coach Mark Jackson on the eve of their Game 6 showdown in Oakland tonight.
A roundup of things that happened at Sunday night’s Nuggets-Warriors playoff game: including things you can’t unhear, Denver player loses pants, and Beyond Thunderdome.
We love JaVale McGee – few players in the NBA provide the same kind of entertainment for such a wide variety of reasons, and he put a few of those reasons on full display last night both during his Nuggets’ game against the Clippers, and after.
Another Friday night, another quality NBA double-header on ESPN. This Friday night brought us Miami-Memphis and Oklahoma City-Denver and neither matchup would disappoint as both games were decided in the final seconds. Who was the hero? Who was the goat? Which players with headbands hit big shots? You have to read on to find out.
Boy, that Dwight Howard is something on defense, isn’t he? NBA’s leading defensive rebounder five times, blocked shot leader twice, Defensive Player of the Year thrice – what can’t he do? And he showcased those skills against the Nuggets last night, let me tell you. (He did, right?)
During last night’s Raptors-Nuggets game, DeMar DeRozan drove the lane and slammed a vicious dunk right on Timofey Mozgov’s head. Blake Griffin ” target=”_blank”>did the same a few years ago in arguably the most famous dunk of his dunkfest career. But of more concern than Mozgov’s penchant for being on the wrong end of highlight reels is that three-dimensional baseline Raptors logo at the Air Canada Centre. SO TRIPPY. Though had Mozgov tripped and subsequently fallen over a two-dimensional obstruction, it would have been a nice finishing touch to the whole thing.