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"Nothing Can Break Us": Denver once again showed its special character - Walla! sport

2020-09-23T07:38:00.763Z

The Nuggets explain how they recovered from the mental blow in Game 2 and understand that Jamal Marie is becoming a superstar and is already getting treatment accordingly. On the other hand: LeBron denies that he encouraged violence against police officers



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"Nothing can break us": Denver once again showed her special character

The Nuggets explain how they recovered from the mental blow in Game 2 and understand that Jamal Marie is becoming a superstar and is already getting treatment accordingly.

On the other hand: LeBron denies that he encouraged violence against police officers

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If there’s anything Denver has proven in the 2020 playoffs, he aspired to, but it should never be eulogized.

Tonight (Tuesday-Wednesday) she proved it again, defeating the Lakers 106: 114 and shrinking to 2-1 in the Western Conference Finals.

The Lakers ’wins in the first two games were supposed to land a hard mental blow to Denver: one game ended in a one-sided defeat, a second game was decided on the buzzer after a hard-hitting mistake by the Nuggets on defense.

But where other groups are breaking down, Denver is flourishing.



"Everyone sends us to pack our bags all the time, but we just are not ready to go. For some reason, we love that bubble," coach Michael Malone said.

"I was not afraid for a moment that we would not show up today. We have already won six relegation games together, and yesterday when we convened for a video tutorial, the first thing I showed the players was the last move. I wanted to talk about the elephant in the room, and get him out. Fortunately, I have a bunch of very tough players. We give up. "



The Nuggets have already made historic playoff play and become the first team to come back twice from a 3-1 deficit, but they are not content with that.

"Honestly, we feel and believe we should have been 1: 2 ahead now, not behind. We are worth more than that so far in the series, but we'll take those feelings to Game 4," Jamal Marie added.



Nikola Jukic, too, understands that the Nuggets' militancy may play a role later on, arguing that no result will break them.

"They can beat us by 20 points, 30 points, they can beat us at the last second. But we do not give up, ever. We will fight every game until the last minute," said the chin.

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At the point where other groups crash, they thrive.

The Nuggets (Photo: GettyImages)

To Denver's delight, she has whoever emerges as one of the big winners in the NBA, Jamal Marie.

The blossoming guard in the playoffs sniped 28 points alongside 12 assists and 8 rebounds, and was signed for two clutch threes in the closing minutes that prevented the Lakers from completing a big comeback in the final quarter.

Marie has become the second youngest player in NBA history to reach at least 25 points, 10 assists and 5 rebounds in a regional final.



"I truly believe Marie is a superstar in this league," complimented teammate Nikola Jukic, saying what many NBA commentators and fans have been feeling in recent weeks.

"He's hitting in bundles, and he's built for the big shots in money time. That's his secret."



Michael Malone, too, was full of compliments to Marie.

"After the last three games, I can say he's starting to get from the rest of the teams in the league. The Lakers are preparing for him in a special way. said.

Winner.

Jamal Marie (Photo: Gettyimages)

On the other hand, LeBron James did record another triple-double (30 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists), while again demonstrating his dominance (this was his third triple-double in the playoffs since the age of 35. By comparison, only three cases have been recorded in the past Others in which a player aged 35 and over reached the triple double), but saw in the end mostly points for improvement.



"We played well in the last quarter, but for 36 minutes we weren't good enough, and it obviously hurt us," James analyzed the game.

But LeBron was busy finishing mostly on issues not related to the playoffs, but to the Blacks struggle.

At this point, LeBron wanted to clarify what his positions were on how to protest.



"I never hinted that violence against police should be used. All I said was that police violence against blacks is wrong, and that we are afraid of it, fear for our lives. Every man, woman, boy or girl from the black community is afraid every time a police officer turns to him. It is absurd." said.

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At a good and successful time, there is a coach for Chicago.

The Bulls tonight appointed former Oklahoma City coach Billy Donovan, who abruptly left the Thunder at the end of the season despite being teamed with Milwaukee Mike Bodenhausler as the coaches' coach of the season.



The Bulls are hoping Donovan can march them back to the playoffs after missing him four times in the last five years.

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