The Los Angeles Lakers jumped out to a 12-3 lead against the Denver Nuggets in Game 2 of their NBA Playoffs series Tuesday night. Already up 1-0 in the series, the Lakers made six of their first eight shots, including three straight dunks, before Denver made a single field goal. The Nuggets were so disoriented at one point that they had four players defending three Lakers inbounding in the backcourt after a made free throw, gift-wrapping a two-on-one break for Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum, which ended predictably with a Gasol-to-Bynum alley oop.
After four games, the Denver Nuggets have their backs against the walls. Despite playing the Los Angeles Lakers to the bitter end of every game, they trail 3-1 with the series shifting to Los Angeles. A place they haven't won a play... Read Post
Denver Nuggets up against it as Los Angeles Lakers visit Pepsi Centre for Game-3 on Friday The Game 3 of this series sees the Denver Nuggets play hosts to the might Los Angeles Lakers on Friday night at the Pepsi Center. Denver will... Read Post