Warriors vs Nuggets Game 5: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
The Nuggets take a hard-fought Game 5 in Denver despite a late scare from the Warriors, 107-100. Andre Iguodala led all scorers with 25 points and added 12 rebounds and 7 assists.
The Nuggets take Game 5 in Denver despite a late scare from the Warriors.
Nuggets force Game 6 by playing tough inside: 50 points in the paint and 15 offensive rebounds. Iguodala leads the way with 25 pts & 12 reb.— Numbers Never Lie (@ESPN_Numbers) May 1, 2013
Faried throws it down off the near half-court lob and the Nuggets lead by nine.
Iguodala gathers the Lawson miss and throws it down to make it nine-point game.
Warriors just missed a couple looks—one from Curry, and one from Thompson—I was positive they'd hit. Then Wilson Chandler hit a 3 of his own— Dime Update (@DimeUpdate) May 1, 2013
Klay Thompson hits the jumper to cut the lead to five points.
Andre Miller hits the jumper out of the timeout and Marc Jackson responds with another TO.
Jack and Curry arguing vehemently after that Ezeli offensive foul call. Thought it was a clear illegal screen, but Iguodala maybe grabbing.— Tim Kawakami (@timkawakami) May 1, 2013
Faried throws down the alley-oop and it's now a seven-point game.
Curry layup cuts it to 94-99. Still 5:25 left ... Curry just picked up his fifth— Marcus Thompson (@gswscribe) May 1, 2013
Festus Ezeli makes the layup off the feed from Stephen Curry and it's an eight-point game.
Looks like Iguodala is checking back in. Not a good sign for GSW— Marcus Thompson (@gswscribe) May 1, 2013
Warriors are on an 11-1 run after the Klay Thompson triple and trail by just 9. Timeout Denver.
Curry hits a jumper to give him 10 points.
Curry has just 8 points on 4-of-14 shooting and 0-for-5 from three.
Andre Miller hits the jumper of Draymond Green and it's back to a 17-point game.
Draymond took a shot at Faried and gets a flagrant— Marcus Thompson (@gswscribe) May 1, 2013
Carl Landry hits the jumper to start the quarter.
The Nuggets are taking advantage of second chances tonight: they've snagged 14 offensive reb; five of those thanks to JaVale McGee.— Numbers Never Lie (@ESPN_Numbers) May 1, 2013
As we head into the fourth, Denver is in complete control. They lead by 19.
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