Denver Nuggets-Utah Jazz: Team Unity or Shady Victory?

April 29th, 2010 by kevin roberts Leave a reply »
I don't want to be that guy. You know, that guy, that blames the refs, points fingers, and makes excuses.

But heck, if Carmelo Anthony can do it, why can't I?

Ironically enough, just days after complaining that he couldn't do it "all by himself", Anthony got plenty of help, this time both from his teammates, as well as the NBA referee.

Denver fans, please reserve your comments and cries for after you finish reading this piece. The truth is, I don't hate the Nuggets. I don't love the Utah Jazz.

But when I see monstrosity in it's darkest hour , I take note. And while this type of subject never gets the popularity or recognition it deserves, my goal is to find out just how many other observers out there had a problem with the events that transpired throughout the second half in game five on Wednesday night.

While Kenyon Martin was talking about desperation and miracles, and some writers saw this win for the Nuggets as some sort of magical team unity, I saw it for what it was; a blunt hand-out from the NBA .

Here are the facts:

-Utah had a 52-50 lead over Denver at the break

-The Jazz sho ...

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