Interesting game. Seems like all of our games with Denver are the same. Run, shoot, score, no D... great for the fans, but a game that might go either way, and I think Denver has two players that can decide these kind of games in Melo and AI, while we only have Baron (I consider S-Jax a step below).
Also, Camby always has big games against us, which shouldn't surprise anybody.
An interesting quote from George Karl after the game:
"They're wild and crazy. That's how they play. I like it because I think sometimes the basketball world thinks you can only play one way. There's a lot of ways to play in basketball and Nellie is one of the best at innovating a style that fits his team. We're a little wild and crazy, too."
I think they like to play against us. They do a lot of one-on-ones and it's not easy for us to stop both AI and Melo.
As for the game itself... I do agree with CjR. Too many threes (Jackson alone took 15!!!). The % wasn't that bad (almost .390) but they were forced at times. You have to look for better options.
Also, I would have liked to see MBenga out there trying to play Camby more physically. Beans did his part, but was once again surpassed by Camby's production.