DENVER, Colo. (CBS Sports) — The Golden State Warriors and Denver Nuggets series has been extremely competitive, and extremely entertaining.
But it might be headed to new levels of intensity for Game 6. Because following Denver’s Game 5 win, Warriors coach Mark Jackson lobbed some serious accusations at the Nuggets.
“They were the more physical team, the aggressor,” Warriors coach Mark Jackson said. “They hurt us in the first half scoring the basketball in the paint, made us pay for our turnovers. They tried to send hit men on Steph Curry.”
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That’s right. He said the Nuggets “tried to send hit men on Steph Curry.”
Curry echoed his coach’s feelings after the game, joking that the Nuggets put a “hit” out on him.
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