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NBA PLAYOFFS AROUND THE RIM 2009-05-29


NBA PLAYOFFS AROUND THE RIM  2009-05-29
Bests Take that, Odom

Birdman's blocked shots: Chris Andersen had two in the first quarter, but the highlight-reel block came with seconds left in the period. Lamar Odom soared for an attempted dunk, only to be stuffed by the Birdman.

Carter's spark: Anthony Carter, a veteran guard, provided some rare scoring help off the Nuggets' bench with seven points (3-of-4 shooting) in the first half.

Melo's finish: Carmelo Anthony, right, tried to keep Denver in the game with 11 of his game-

high 31 points coming in the fourth quarter.

Chris Dempsey, The Denver Post

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Worsts Defense offensive early

Nuggets' early defense: The Lakers hit 52 percent from the field in the first quarter. Every player who played - seven - scored at least two points.

Containing Bynum early: Lakers center Andrew Bynum came out with a spring in his step and moxie to his game, and the Nuggets could do little about it. He scored nine points on 4-of-9 shooting in the first half.

Fourth-quarter techs: Once again, the Nuggets were in a (technical) foul mood in the final period. Techs were handed out to Nene and Chris Andersen.

Chris Dempsey, The Denver Post


Author: Fox Sports
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Added: May 29, 2009

 

 
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