With the Nuggets victory, LeBron James helps the Lakers maintain playoff hopes alive, and the Celts gain the upper hand in the heat.

The Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Denver Nuggets 119-108 to maintain their hopes of making the NBA playoffs, led by LeBron James’ 30 points. In each of their three best-of-seven series losses, the Lakers had given up a double-digit lead. This time, the Lakers maintained their lead to avoid losing the playoffs early. Ahead 2-1, the Boston Celtics defeated the Miami Heat in another game.

Another outstanding player for the Lakers was Anthony Davis, who finished with 25 points and 23 rebounds.
Coach Darvin Ham of the Lakers stated, “We deserved this tonight.” “All we need to do is swallow our pride, keep going, and realize that now might be our chance. We have the opportunity to become more cooperative, competitive, and selfless with each new game, so why not us?

James hopes to win an NBA championship for the fifth time in his career—he did so with the Lakers the second time around in 2020.
The 39-year-old said, “We’ve given ourselves another life, another lifeline.” “Playing the next game is the only opportunity we have.”
With a convincing 104-84 victory, the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference took back the lead in their series against the Miami Heat.

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