If a player had tied an NBA playoff record for blocks against my team, I would probably shed a few tears too. But in the case of Denver Nuggets coach George Karl, I'm not sure if his whining will really help his team deal with Los Angeles Lakers center Andrew Bynum. Bynum became the first Laker to record a triple-double in the playoffs since Magic Johnson did it in the 1991 NBA Finals against the Chicago Bulls, and according to Karl, Bynum would have never even come close to tying Hakeem Olajuwon and Mark Eaton's record of 10 blocks if the officials were doing their jobs.
Filed under: Nuggets, Lakers, NBA Playoffs, Denver Who said the Nuggets didn't have any fight in them Saturday afternoon as the Lakers smoked them? Carmelo Anthony and Allen Iverson each ripped coach George Karl after the game, and.... Read Post
Nuggets, NBA Playoffs, FanHouse Exclusive, NBA Coaches DENVER -- George Karl watched as his Nuggets, once in good position to be seeded No. 2 for the west playoffs, booted that away and fell to No. 4. Karl watched as his Nuggets, de... Read Post