Remember how Mark Jackson called the Nuggets out last postseason for what he perceived as "dirty play," citing a Denver mole that fed him such information? Here's what Jackson said following Game 5: "They tried to send hit men on (Stephen Curry), but I give them credit... There were some dirty plays early. It's playoff basketball; it's all right. Make no mistake about it: we went up 3-1 playing hard, physical, and clean basketball, not trying to hurt anyone. "I have inside information that some people don't like that brand of basketball, and they clearly didn't co-sign it so they wanted to let me know that they had no part in what was taking place." There were a lot of ponderings about who the insider could be, but former Nuggets coach George Karl thinks he knows, and he doesn't have any doubts. Via Dave Krieg: Q: Do you think Andre Iguodala was Mark Jackson's “mole”? A: No question. Q: Does that bug you? A: I just think that's media hype. I mean, that series was not a physical series. Everybody wants to be more aggressive with the guy kicking your ass, so . . . . Q: The media didn't say it. Jackson said it.
George Karl thinks Andre Iguodala was the Warriors' mole
CBS Sports | Nov 29