What a long, strange trip it's been. The longest NBA season in history is over, at least for the Toronto Raptors. We've had enough time to let the dust settle. So with some small bit of hindsight as p
LeBron James' Lakers and these 3-1 deficits are teaching the young Nuggets a bitter lesson on how to win - CBSSports.com
by: Bill Reiter Sep 25, 2020 at 9:04 am ET5 min read — CBS Sports 14m
The Nuggets are probably not coming back from this 3-1 deficit, but not all is lost
by: Scott Cacciola — NY Times 1h
“Jamal had it going,” LeBron James said. “The kid is special.”
by: Metro US — Metro News 5h
Anthony Davis scored a game-high 34 points, LeBron James added 26 and the Los Angeles Lakers never lost the lead over the final three quarters Thursday night en route to a 114-108 victory over the Denver Nuggets in Game 4 of the Western Conference...
by: The Associated Press — Sun Herald 6h
The Los Angeles Lakers look to clinch the Western Conference finals over the Denver Nuggets in game five.
by: Jeff Zillgitt, USA TODAY — USA Today 6h
Anthony Davis had never appeared in the conference finals before, but he has met the moment with some dominant fourth quarters against the Nuggets.
by: Michael Rosenberg — Sports Illustrated 6h
Lakers coach Frank Vogel inserted Dwight Howard into the Lakers starting lineup for Game 4, and the 34-year-old promptly led an offensive rebounding clinic.
by: Jordan Greer — Sporting News 7h
In a series featuring some of the most dynamic offensive weapons in the NBA, the deciding factor in Game 4 was doing the dirty work.
by: Tommy Call III — USA Today: Warriors Wire 7h
During the Lakers game four win against the Nuggets, Draymond Green chimed in with analysis on Twitter for the Western Conference Finals.
NBA News Update: LeBron James on shutting down Jamal Murray in LA Lakers win, update on AD's injured ankle, Denver Nuggets duo unhappy with the officiating
by: Rupam Nag — Sports Keeda 7h
In this NBA news update, LA Lakers star LeBron James talks about his defense on Jamal Murray.
by: Grant Hughes — Bleacher Report 8h
You're going to see the same hack joke everywhere over the next couple of days: The Denver Nuggets have the Los Angeles Lakers right where they want them. It's just so easy—as easy as it is off the mark...
by: Ohm Youngmisuk, ESPN Staff Writer — ESPN 8h
Nuggets coach Michael Malone, unhappy with the Lakers' 35 free throw attempts in Game 4, said he would reach out to the NBA to "see if we can figure out how we can get some more free throws."
by: Paolo Mariano — Clutchpoints 8h
After Denver Nuggets coach Mike Malone delivered a snide remark on the officiating in Game 4 of the NBA Western Conference Finals, his star big man Nikola Jokic was a little more diplomatic. As reported by Mike Singer of the Denver Post, the two-time