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Legendary King Jokic defeats LeBron and Lakers 113-111, Nuggets sweep Finals

Legendary King Jokic defeats LeBron and Lakers 113-111, Nuggets sweep Finals

With Nikola Jokic doing terrible things and scoring his eighth triple-double in the playoffs this year, the Nuggets defeated the Lakers 113-111 in Los Angeles and advanced by a “sweep” (4-0) to the NBA Finals for the first time in their history. LeBron stunned with 40 points but was held back on the final offense.

The Nuggets are in the NBA Finals for the first time in their history. Deserves all the effort. And in a sure way! Denver was superior throughout the series with the Lakers and proved it in Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals as they came back from -15 down, won 111-113 and qualified with a “sweep” (4-0) in the Finals. The Lakers were the last to attack, but the sensational LeBron James was saved by Aaron Gordon.

Nikola Jokic’s 30 points, 14 rebounds, and 13 assists led the way in Denver—and he was awarded the “Magic Johnson” Western Finals Most Valuable Player—and scored the basket that made up the final score.

Jamaal Murray, with 25 points, and Aaron Gordon, with 22, followed in the performance by Jokic, with Michael Porter adding 15 points (but on 5/16 shooting) and 10 rebounds.

For the Lakers, LeBron was sensational with 40 points (31 in the first half—a career high) in 48 minutes (!) of action, with Anthony Davis holding 21 points on 6/15 shooting and 14 rebounds and Austin Reeves to add 17. a point.

As for the match, it started with the Lakers, who seemed determined to send the series and escape with a score of 73-58 in the first half. However, in the third period, the Nuggets responded with a partial score of 36-16 (!) to take the lead. The fourth quarter was a battle, but Jokic made all the big shots, as the Lakers got the last offense and Gordon stopped LeBron.

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the dodecalepta: 34-28, 73-58, 89-94, 111-113

Lakers: Davis 21 (6/15 shooting, 15 rebounds), Hachimura 10 (12/3 shooting, 7 rebounds), James 40 (4/7 three-pointers, 10 rebounds, 9 assists), Schroeder 13 (5/13 shooting , 3/6 3 assists, 5 assists), Reeves 17 (1), Thompson 4, Russell 4, Walker 2

granulesGordon 22 (3/5 triples, 6 rebounds, 5 assists), Porter 15 (5/16 shooting, 3/10 triples, 10 rebounds), Jokic 30 (3/6 triples, 14 rebounds, 13 assists), Murray 25 (5 assists), Caldwell Pope 13 (3/7 3-headers), Green 2, Brown 6