LA Lakers 105-122 Denver Nuggets: 5 hits and flops as Nikola Jokic’s latest triple-double trumps LeBron James and co. 



The Denver Nuggets routed the LA Lakers 122-105 to record their third straight victory in surprisingly easy fashion. The Sunday night affair was a marquee matchup that featured two title contenders who met in the Western Conference Finals last season. It was Nuggets star Nikola Jokic who came out on top as he outplayed fellow All-Star LeBron James.Anthony Davis left the game in the first half and never returned after a collision with Jokic aggravated an Achilles injury.Check out our 5 hits and flops from the LA Lakers-Denver Nuggets game:Hit: Nikola Jokic (Denver Nuggets)At the half, Nikola Jokic had 23 points, nine rebounds and six assists, and he continued to dominate the LA Lakers without scoring a single point in the second half. He had a triple-double by the end of the third quarter for the Denver Nuggets, who repeatedly found themselves open for 3-pointers thanks to Jokic’s presence on the floor.The big man orchestrated the Nuggets offense to perfection as his pinpoint passing found cutters and shooters all night long. Jokic’s board work was exceptional as well, as he grabbed 16 rebounds to go along with 10 assists.Flop: LeBron James (LA Lakers)

LeBron James had 19 points at halftime and looked like he was on his way to a big game considering the absence of Anthony Davis. Instead, James had a poor showing in the second half, finishing the game with only 22 points despite registering a near-triple-double with 10 rebounds and nine assists.He was passive offensively in the third quarter when the Denver Nuggets were slowly pulling away. The LA Lakers needed James to be superhuman in this game but he was a mere mortal in the last two quarters.Hit: Facundo Campazzo and Zeke Nnaji (Denver Nuggets)Facundo Campazzo and Zeke Nnaji did an incredible job taking advantage of their opportunity to play against the defending champion LA Lakers. Denver Nuggets coach Michael Malone boosted the rookies’ confidence by inserting them in opportune moments, and the two responded accordingly.Campazzo had 15 points on 4-of-8 shooting from the field, with three of those coming from beyond the arc. Nnaji had 16 points on a red-hot 4-of-5 shooting from three and 5-of-7 overall.Flop: Montrezl Harrell (LA Lakers)

There was a lack of passion and aggression on the part of Montrezl Harrell in this game. Last year’s Sixth Man of the Year could only muster four points and six rebounds in a lackluster 24 minutes of play.LA Lakers coach Frank Vogel could also be blamed for Harrell’s performance because of how late he inserted his big man in the third quarter. However, Harrell was ultimately the one on the floor and he has to own up to his shortcomings.Hit: Jamal Murray (Denver Nuggets)Much has been said about Jamal Murray’s inconsistency this season, but he showed his good side on Sunday night. Murray scored 25 points and made 4-of-10 from 3-point range to help the Denver Nuggets cruise to the win. Jamal Murray #27 of the Denver Nuggets warms up prior to the game against the Miami Heat at American Airlines Arena on January 27, 2021 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)The LA Lakers didn’t seem ready for how aggressive he was as Murray attacked the defense inside and out. He also tallied six rebounds and four assists.Also Read: NBA Trade Rumors: 3 teams that should target John Collins
Published 15 Feb 2021, 12:01 IST

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Stephen Curry shoots unbelievable three; LeBron James with a dunk fest at Staples Center | NBA Highlights



The NBA had a number of teams going head-to-head on Monday. The night saw Stephen Curry making one highlight play after another, while LeBron James soared in for several dunks in his 18th season in the league. Ja Morant also put up a crazy shot in the Memphis Grizzlies’ game versus the Toronto Raptors.There were so many incredible plays that happened in the NBA, and we’re here to get you caught up. Here are the top NBA highlights from around the league on Monday night. NBA Highlights: Stephen Curry with dribbling clinic and three; Ja Morant uses two hands to make the bucket Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors is introduced before a game against the Boston Celtics at Chase Center on February 02, 2021 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)Everyone knows Stephen Curry can dance with the basketball in his hands like very few can. He showed off his dribbling wizardry with this incredible shot from beyond the arc. Too bad the Golden State Warriors couldn’t win against the San Antonio Spurs, who went home with a 105-100 victory.In the Toronto Raptors-Memphis Grizzlies game, Ja Morant took and made an insane three using both hands. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime shot that you need to see to believe!NBA Highlights: LaMelo Ball ties franchise record; Charlotte Hornets execute beautiful passing to end 1st quarter

Charlotte Hornets rookie LaMelo Ball has been in scintillating form in the last few games. Against the Houston Rockets, he led his team to a 119-94 win by draining a rookie franchise record of 7 threes in the game.One of the best NBA highlights of the night is this volleyball-type play by the Hornets, who played hot potato with the basketball. The Houston Rockets never knew what hit them!NBA Highlights: LeBron James slamming vs OKC Thunder; Montrezl Harrell with huge block to punctuate win

LA Lakers forward LeBron James may have been tired from a 2OT win against the Detroit Pistons the other night but he didn’t show it in this game. James had numerous dunks to lead the Lakers to a 119-112 win against the OKC Thunder on Monday.The Lakers had already secured the win in the final seconds of overtime but Montrezl Harrell just wouldn’t let the Thunder score with this huge block. Nasty!

NBA Highlights: Nikola Jokic with a crafty pass; Kristaps Porzingis with acrobatic layupMVP candidate Nikola Jokic has been racking up assists at an unbelievable pace this season, and this pass is a perfect example of his court vision.In the same game, Giannis Antetokounmpo powered his way to the hoop with this spin-and-slam as he led the Milwaukee Bucks to a win against the Denver Nuggets.NBA Highlights: Kristaps Porzingis with acrobatic layup; Dejounte Murray with career-high in steals

Dallas Mavericks forward/center Kristaps Porzingis made this gorgeous move to the basket. The Unicorn led the Mavs to a 127-122 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves.Going back to the Warriors-Spurs matchup, Dejounte Murray was not only scoring, but he was also stealing the ball at a career-high pace, with 8 steals, nearly getting a triple-double.That’s it for today’s NBA highlights! Keep following us for more of the same!Also Read: NBA Rumors: Toronto Raptors join the race to sign Andre Drummond
Published 09 Feb 2021, 12:23 IST

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