Faried and the Nuggets were called dirty by Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson. Faried said they weren’t dirty. Just tired of being pushed around.
The Denver Nuggets led by as many as 22 and withstood a late flurry to defeat the Golden State Warriors by a final score of 107-100.
The seven-footer rallied the Nuggets in last year’s playoff series down three game to one. Now, he looks to do it again starting with Game 5.
People in Denver are already cueing up the fat lady. But there’s still plenty of basketball to be played before the Nuggets are done this season.
The coach is unlikely to be fired by the Nuggets. It should be on him to do the right thing and walk away from a team that he cannot get out of the first round.
Down 3-1 to the Warriors, Denver appears headed for another first-round exit. Another early playoff loss begs the question: What has to change?
Stephen Curry scored 22 points in the third quarter as the Golden State Warriors took a 3-1 series lead over the Denver Nuggets on Sunday.
The Denver Nuggets blow a 12 point third quarter lead to fall to the Golden State Warriors in game two of the best of seven series 110-108.
Golden State may be even more shorthanded when they take on the Denver Nuggets tonight as star guard Stephen Curry may be forced to watch from the bench.