Andre Iguodala’s double crossover schools Quincy Miller, draws hysterical reaction from Golden State bench

Angela Sun
Yahoo Sports Minute Blog

During the first quarter of Thursday's Denver-Golden State game, Warriors do-everything forward Andre Iguodala busted off a double crossover that put his counterpart Quincy Miller on the deck.

It was a move that not only embarrassed Miller — but also elicited a hilarious response from the Golden State bench (and other NBA players who were watching). Harrison Barnes' jaw was on practically on the ground following the ankle-breaker.

Right place, right time

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Basketball is clearly a contact sport, but the type of contact that occurred during Wednesday's Phoenix-New Orleans contest is rarely seen. Pelicans big man Jeff Withey's pass was deflected by Suns guard Eric Bledsoe right into referee Bennie Adams' shoulder — then right back to Withey. Truly an odd moment.

Golf is cruel

Finally, Tim Clark was runner-up to Phil Mickelson at the 2006 Masters. But there was a shot during Clark's first round at Augusta National he'd probably like to have back. While on the sixth hole, Clark hit a chip fat that bounced forward and eventually rolled back to the spot where he initially made contact. Clark would double-bogey the hole.

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