In a pivotal Game 4 showdown, the Los Angeles Lakers showcased their resilience, securing a crucial 119-108 victory over the Denver Nuggets to extend their playoff run.

Led by the dynamic duo of LeBron James (30 points) and Anthony Davis (25 points, 23 rebounds), the Lakers fought back from the brink of elimination with a commanding performance. D’Angelo Russell and Austin Reaves each added 21 points.

The Lakers, facing an 11-game losing streak against the defending NBA champions, entered the game determined to turn the tide in their favor.

Despite facing a series deficit, the Lakers displayed unwavering confidence and composure throughout the game. D’Angelo Russell and Austin Reaves provided valuable support off the bench, each contributing 21 points to bolster the Lakers’ offensive firepower.

With their backs against the wall, the Lakers refused to succumb to pressure, maintaining their lead against a resilient Nuggets team led by Nikola Jokic.

Despite Jokic’s triple-double performance of 33 points, 14 rebounds, and 14 assists, the Lakers managed to withstand the Nuggets’ late-game surge and secure the victory.

Michael Porter Jr. contributed significantly with 27 points and 11 rebounds, while Jamal Murray added 22 points for Denver.

The win forces a pivotal Game 5 matchup in Denver, where the Lakers will look to capitalize on their newfound momentum and advance in the playoffs.


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