*Warning: profane language in the video *
TNT commentator Reggie Miller joined coach Mark Jackson to offer some post-game thoughts in the locker room following the Warriors' 92-88 win over the Nuggets to finish off a 4-2 first-round playoff series victory.
"You guys know how much I love this guy right here," Miller said, wrapping his left arm around Jackson, his former teammate. "He's meant so much to me, my career, my family. The way you guys play and the passion you guys play with, I can tell that not only has he had a huge impact and influence on you guys, but the love you guys show one another and the rest of the assistant coaches, and your owners, and your head coach, it shows out there on the court. Now, the last three minutes, I don't know where that s--- came from."
After inadvertently swearing on live television in reference to a series of late-game Warriors turnovers, Miller corrected his word choice to "stuff" and referred to himself as the "devil" to Jackson's "angel."
"But congratulations, guys," he concluded. "It's going to be great next round."
The No. 6 seed Warriors will face the No. 2 seed Spurs in a Western Conference semifinals series starting on Monday. Golden State and San Antonio split the season series 2-2 but the Spurs have won 29 straight home games against the Warriors and will possess homecourt advantage in the series. Video via YouTube user Maxa711Clips