Kenneth Faried kicks hole in locker room wall after loss puts Nuggets on brink of elimination
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Apr 29, 2013
The result of Kenneth Faried's frustration. Kenneth Faried was pretty mad after his Denver Nuggets lost Game 4 of their first-round Western Conference playoff series to the Golden State Warriors. How mad? This mad: Just one problem: Hasn't Faried been working with a sprained left ankle that cost him the last two games of the Nuggets' regular season and the first game of the playoffs, and has clearly hampered him at times over the last four games? More from Hochman: Oh. OK, then. I hate losing more than I like winning,” Faried said, according to Benjamin Hochman of the Denver Post, who snapped the shot above. Faried's been mad for most of this series at his health, at his opponents and at the circumstances in which his team finds itself, according to Christopher Dempsey of the Denver Post: And now that the visitors' locker room wall knows that, it's sure to avoid messing with the Manimal in the future. [Also: Jason Collins showed toughness long before announcing he's gay] “I hate losing with a passion.
Kenneth Faried Kicked This Hole In A Wall After Last Night's Loss
"I hate to lose," Kenneth Faried told USA Today's Sam Amick after the Nuggets fell behind the Warriors three games to one. "I hate to lose more than I like winning." Translation: This poor bit of drywall in Oracle Arena's visitors lo…