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Stephen Curry vs Nuggets Fan
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Stephen Curry vs Nuggets Fan

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Golden State Warriors vs Denver Nuggets
Game 1 - Sat April 20, Golden State at Denver, 5:30 p.m., ESPN Game 2 - Tue April 23, Golden State at Denver, 10:30 p.m., TNT Game 3 - Fri April 26, Denver at Golden State, 10:30 p.m., ESPN2 Game 4 - Sun April 28, Denver at Golden State, 9:30 p.m., TNT Game 5 - Tue April 30, Golden State at Denver, TBD, TBD Game 6 - Thu May 2, Denver at Golden State, TBD, TBD Game 7 - Sat May 4, Golden State at Denver, TBD, TNT 

Golden State Warriors vs Denver Nuggets

Game 1 - Sat April 20, Golden State at Denver, 5:30 p.m., ESPN 
Game 2 - Tue April 23, Golden State at Denver, 10:30 p.m., TNT 
Game 3 - Fri April 26, Denver at Golden State, 10:30 p.m., ESPN2 
Game 4 - Sun April 28, Denver at Golden State, 9:30 p.m., TNT 
Game 5 - Tue April 30, Golden State at Denver, TBD, TBD 
Game 6 - Thu May 2, Denver at Golden State, TBD, TBD 
Game 7 - Sat May 4, Golden State at Denver, TBD, TNT 

Ty lobs it to Kenneth from half-court.

The new Nuggets alternate jerseys.

The new Nuggets alternate jerseys.

Vinyl Rips & Basketball Clips: Episode II

feat. K-Otix & the ABA

Best part of the 2011 NBA Playoffs? The fact that the Oklahoma City Thunder and Denver Nuggets series will probably go seven games.
Worst part of the 2011 NBA Playoffs? We have to wait until Wednesday for game two.
Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images

Best part of the 2011 NBA Playoffs? The fact that the Oklahoma City Thunder and Denver Nuggets series will probably go seven games.

Worst part of the 2011 NBA Playoffs? We have to wait until Wednesday for game two.

Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images

WESTERN CONFERENCE OPENING ROUND PLAYOFF SCHEDULE:
No. 1 San Antonio Spurs V. No. 8 Memphis Grizzlies at 1pm/10am on TNT on Sunday
No. 2 Los Angeles Lakers V. No. 7 New Orleans Hornets at 3:30pm/12:30pm on ABC on Sunday 
No. 3 Dallas Mavericks V. No. 6 Portland Trailblazers at 9:30pm/6:30pm on ESPN on Saturday 
No. 4 Oklahoma City Thunder V. No. 5 Denver Nuggets at 9:30pm/6:30pm on TNT on Sunday
And of course, pay attention to the Games Of Notes for more up to date information and schedule.

WESTERN CONFERENCE OPENING ROUND PLAYOFF SCHEDULE:

  • No. 1 San Antonio Spurs V. No. 8 Memphis Grizzlies at 1pm/10am on TNT on Sunday
  • No. 2 Los Angeles Lakers V. No. 7 New Orleans Hornets at 3:30pm/12:30pm on ABC on Sunday
  • No. 3 Dallas Mavericks V. No. 6 Portland Trailblazers at 9:30pm/6:30pm on ESPN on Saturday
  • No. 4 Oklahoma City Thunder V. No. 5 Denver Nuggets at 9:30pm/6:30pm on TNT on Sunday

And of course, pay attention to the Games Of Notes for more up to date information and schedule.

#AllBlakeAllDay

oakleyandallen:

O&A: Blake, DeAndre & Twista.

gotemcoach:

Scene of the crime.

Oh, he got Gary Neal, Coach

gotemcoach:

Scene of the crime.

Oh, he got Gary Neal, Coach

See Chauncey’s face? That’s the face every Laker-backing gambler makes every time Derek Fisher takes a shot. 
Every year, it feels like one specific guy costs me a bunch of money. 
Last year it was Nick Young. Every time I had money on the Wizards, and the game went to the wire, it seemed like Nick Young would jack up a grotesque three, then turn the ball over, then turn it over again. I’m sure he didn’t, but gambling breeds irrational dislike. 
This year, the wallet thief seems to be Derek Fisher. Tonight, the Lakers were 2.2-1 to beat the Nuggets at home. By the end of the third quarter, it felt like good money, with the Lakers firing on all cylinders… apart from Fisher, who spluttered and sprayed like a busted exhaust pipe. 
(You feel like Derek Fisher earns his time, with his sporadic ability to initiate contact, and not fall for fakes. But does that really make up for his sloth-footed defense, and terrible shooting? The problem isn’t his shot selection either; he’s taking great shots. They just never go in). 
Because he’s not having a good year, it feels like Fisher has been solely responsible the last 10 times the Lakers have blown a big lead. That’s irrational, but it seems true. (But then, he’s ranked 207th in offensive efficiency and 292nd in defensive efficiency, so maybe it’s kind of true).
The upshot? Fisher always seems to work things out in the playoffs. So, obviously I’ll be dropping hundreds on the Lakers no matter what the odds. I assume I’ll recover all the cash Fisher lost me in the regular season.

See Chauncey’s face? That’s the face every Laker-backing gambler makes every time Derek Fisher takes a shot. 

Every year, it feels like one specific guy costs me a bunch of money. 

Last year it was Nick Young. Every time I had money on the Wizards, and the game went to the wire, it seemed like Nick Young would jack up a grotesque three, then turn the ball over, then turn it over again. I’m sure he didn’t, but gambling breeds irrational dislike. 

This year, the wallet thief seems to be Derek Fisher. Tonight, the Lakers were 2.2-1 to beat the Nuggets at home. By the end of the third quarter, it felt like good money, with the Lakers firing on all cylinders… apart from Fisher, who spluttered and sprayed like a busted exhaust pipe. 

(You feel like Derek Fisher earns his time, with his sporadic ability to initiate contact, and not fall for fakes. But does that really make up for his sloth-footed defense, and terrible shooting? The problem isn’t his shot selection either; he’s taking great shots. They just never go in). 

Because he’s not having a good year, it feels like Fisher has been solely responsible the last 10 times the Lakers have blown a big lead. That’s irrational, but it seems true. (But then, he’s ranked 207th in offensive efficiency and 292nd in defensive efficiency, so maybe it’s kind of true).

The upshot? Fisher always seems to work things out in the playoffs. So, obviously I’ll be dropping hundreds on the Lakers no matter what the odds. I assume I’ll recover all the cash Fisher lost me in the regular season.

Emeka Okafor already knew that Carmelo Anthony was an unstoppable scorer, but tonight he learned that when he decides to lead the team in rebounds, you can’t stop Melo on the boards either.
(Photo by Garrett W. Ellwood/NBAE via Getty Images)

Emeka Okafor already knew that Carmelo Anthony was an unstoppable scorer, but tonight he learned that when he decides to lead the team in rebounds, you can’t stop Melo on the boards either.

(Photo by Garrett W. Ellwood/NBAE via Getty Images)

Ron Artest can’t check Carmelo Anthony one-on-one, but luckily, the refs have been there with defensive help all afternoon.
(Photo by Noah Graham/NBAE via Getty Images)

Ron Artest can’t check Carmelo Anthony one-on-one, but luckily, the refs have been there with defensive help all afternoon.

(Photo by Noah Graham/NBAE via Getty Images)


Why Are You Still Hating On Carmelo Anthony?
I guess droppin 33 buckets in one quarter still isn’t enough to win people over…
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Why Are You Still Hating On Carmelo Anthony?

I guess droppin 33 buckets in one quarter still isn’t enough to win people over…

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Carmelo Anthony by Dylan Coulter

Carmelo Anthony by Dylan Coulter

Everyone knows what I have been through. Guys that have been through what I have and lost are a dime a dozen. They brought me here to win. Guys can pull from me what I have been through and learn from how I got out if it.
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