Field Goal %
- GS 41.3
- 44.7 DEN
Three Point %
- GS 36.4
- 18.8 DEN
- GS 18
- 11 DEN
- GS 64
- 51 DEN
- Denver, CO
- Line: DEN -7.5
0:00 - 4th Quarter
End of Game
Nuggets attempted a shot, free-throw or had a turnover in the first 4 seconds of the shot clock during their transition.
The Nuggets got out in transition after 4 of the Warriors' made field goals, 13 missed field goals and 13 turnovers Saturday.
Andre Miller stepped up in the second half, scoring 20 of his 28 points, including the game winner. He went 8-of-12 in the second half and 4-of-6 in the paint. Miller was 3-of-4 from the free throw line on fouls drawn in the paint.
The Nuggets made it difficult for Stephen Curry Saturday as they contested 15 of his 20 shots and forced five turnovers.
NEXT LEVEL: 37-year-old Andre Miller made a game-winning shot for the Nuggets today with 1.3 seconds left. Miller is the 3rd-oldest player to make a go-ahead shot in the final 10 seconds of an NBA playoff game over the last 15 years. Gary Payton was 293 days older when he made a game-winner for the Heat in the 2006 playoffs, and John Stockton was 17 days older when he made a game-winner for the Jazz in the 1999 playoffs.
The Nuggets entered the playoffs on a 23-game home win streak. That's the 4th-longest home win streak entering the playoffs by any team in NBA history. The previous 4 teams to enter the playoffs with at least 21 straight home wins all advanced to the NBA Finals, with 3 of the 4 teams winning the NBA title.
Stephen Curry is the first player to make a game-tying or go-ahead shot in the final 24 seconds of the 4th quarter or OT in his 1st career playoff game since Dwyane Wade for the Heat in 2004 against the Hornets.
The Undefeated's Marc Spears joins SportsCenter to react to Steve Kerr's comments that NBA players should take a stand against racial oppression, as well as the NBA and NBAPA discussing how to handle anthem protests.
After undergoing a procedure to reduce swelling in his right knee, Paul Millsap will be rested for three weeks and will miss the first two preseason games.
Mo Williams said he's ready to bring experience back to a Cavs frontcourt in what will be his 14th and final season in the league.