After losing their GM, Head Coach and star player this summer, no one really knew what to expect from the Denver Nuggets this season. Obviously no one expected them to match their output from last year,
I honestly don't think I've ever come across a video game that has the replay value Mario Kart does. (I'm tempted to call it the best game of all-time). Even though my N64 is stashed away in some god forsaken loft, I still give the game some burn thanks to the amazing-ness of emulators.
Whether it’s for a remarkable display of athleticism, or another mental error, it seems JaVale McGee is always on the highlight reel.
Tonight, he made his way there thanks to his long wingspan and a great pass from Andre Miller.
Late in the 1st quarter, Miller found himself with the ball in the backcourt after a Nets’ miss. As he looked up, he spotted McGee sprinting down the floor towards the Nuggets’ basket. With a quick flick of his wrists, Miller threw an inch perfect lob from three-quarters court to McGee, who slammed the ball home with authority.
Miller finished with 8 points and 10 assists, while McGee added 14 points and 3 rebounds. It was not enough however, as the Nets defeated the Nuggets 119-108 in Brooklyn.