The Denver Nuggets create history by reaching the NBA Finals for the first time ever in life. The Nuggets, led by Nikola Jokic, completed a wonderful four-0 sweep over the Los Angeles Lakers inside the Western Conference championship.
The Nuggets overcame a 15-factor halftime deficit in an impressive comeback to secure a 113-111 victory. Jokic, the most valuable two-time NBA player, plays a vital role in the game with 30 points. Now Nuggets are excited to see their opponents in the finals, which may be Boston Celtics or Miami Heat. The final match is scheduled onward from June 1 to June 18.
The Lakers with LeBron James led the team and had a strong first half, with James scoring 31 points and giving his team an excitement of, comfortable lead of 73-58. However, Nuggets and Jokic make a strong comeback in the third quarter and outscore the Lakers by 36-16.
The game reached its thrilling point in the fourth quarter because Jokic made a crucial layup to put the Nuggets ahead by two points when only 51.7 seconds remaining. James tried to take advantage of the dying seconds of the game and find a chance to tie the game and force overtime, but unfortunately, his shot was blocked by Denver’s Azron Gordon, securing the Nugget’s win.