After the Golden State Warriors just barely held on to knock off the Denver Nuggets and move on to a Western Conference semifinals showdown with the San Antonio Spurs, Hall of Famer Reggie Miller (who called the game with Kevin Harlan for TNT) made his way down to the Warriors locker room to congratulate head coach Mark Jackson, his longtime friend and former Indiana Pacers teammate, and his upstart Warriors for toppling the West's No. 3 seed.
But while Miller praised the effort put forth by Jackson's charges, he couldn't very well ignore the Warriors' disastrous fourth-quarter play, especially in the final minutes of the game, which nearly allowed the Nuggets to erase an 18-point Warriors lead. And true to his form as the self-described "devil" to Jackson's "angel," Miller worked a little bit blue in the process, which was captured by TNT's cameras (NOTE: PG-13 language ahead):
Amazingly enough, this is, like, the least objectionable thing Reggie Miller has said in his time on TNT.
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