Lakers Fix Game 3 Issues: Nuggets in Familiar Situation

The Los Angeles Lakers came out in Game 4 with a concerted effort to stop Nikola Jokic and rebound the basketball. This effort by the Lakers generated a 114-108 victory and a 3-1 series lead. Lakers’ fans should not get too excited, however, for this is a familiar place for the Denver Nuggets. Down 3-1Continue reading “Lakers Fix Game 3 Issues: Nuggets in Familiar Situation”

Nuggets Taking it to the Lakers in First Half

The Nuggets used great shot selection, hard-nosed defense, and great bench play to open up an 18 point lead on the Lakers in the 2nd Quarter. Without Anthony Davis on offense and Dwight Howard on defense, the Lakers would be down by more than just 10 at the half. The Nuggets shot 56% from theContinue reading “Nuggets Taking it to the Lakers in First Half”

AD Saves Lakers Down the Stretch in Game 2

Anthony Davis scored the last 10 points for the Lakers in the final 5:00 of the game. None more important than the three point shot at the buzzer to give the Lakers a 105-103 victory and a 2-0 lead in the series. After complete dominance in Game 1, the Lakers led by 10 at theContinue reading “AD Saves Lakers Down the Stretch in Game 2”

Lakers Dominate Nuggets in the Opener

Game 1 of the Western Conference Final with the Nuggets rolling after three straight victories against the Clippers. Down by double digits in three straight games to overturn a 3-1 deficit, left the Nuggets possibly sitting in the driver’s seat to upset the top-seeded Lakers. The Lakers, on the other hand, after losing Game 1Continue reading “Lakers Dominate Nuggets in the Opener”

Historic Comeback(s) Propel Nuggets

After the Los Angeles Clippers dispatched the Dallas Mavericks in the First Round, easily handled the Denver Nuggets in Game 1, and raced out to a 3-1 series lead, it seemed that the Clippers had been pegged to win their first NBA Title. Despite the fact the Doc Rivers’ teams have lost 3-1 series leadsContinue reading “Historic Comeback(s) Propel Nuggets”

LA Clippers vs. Denver Nuggets: Game 2

Game 1 saw the Nuggets lose by 23 points in which they shot 42% from the field and 25% from behind the arc. Defensively, they allowed the Clippers to shoot 57% from the field and 42% from behind the arc. Hence Malone’s desire for a better defensive effort. After being blitzed by the LA ClippersContinue reading “LA Clippers vs. Denver Nuggets: Game 2”