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Lakers need to pick up their board game against Denver

The Lakers, the NBA's No. 2 rebounding team this season, have been out-rebounded by the smaller Nuggets in back-to-back playoff games. A repeat of that Sunday could leave the first-round series tied. DENVER — Somehow the Lakers are getting out-rebounded by the Denver Nuggets, a ridiculous development for a team that, if nothing else, dominated the rebounding category all season.
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