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.
The Denver Nuggets will go for their fifth straight win at home when they host the Los Angeles Lakers Friday night. Denver has won four straight at home against the Lakers, including a 118-112 win back on November 11. Tip-off is set... 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