The playoff game between the Los Angeles Lakers and Denver Nuggets was briefly interrupted when a 20-year-old stalker of several Nuggets players walked out on the court in the second quarter Sunday night.
The Denver Nuggets figure the way to quit getting beaten inside and out by the Los Angeles Lakers is to get them running up and down the court.
Kobe Bryant scored 31 points, Andrew Bynum posted the Lakers’ first playoff triple-double in 21 years with an NBA postseason record-tying 10 blocked shots, and LA controlled the tempo in a playoff-opening 103-88 victory over the Nuggets.
The Denver Nuggets earned themselves another postseason date with the Los Angeles Lakers. Whether that is a good thing or a bad thing remains to be seen.
Following Monday night’s crushing 105-102 home loss to Denver – their fourth straight defeat – all the Rockets can do now is win out these last five remaining regular-season games and hope that’s good enough.
Joel Blank joined Vandermeer and Lopez and they talked about the Rockets loss to the Nuggets resulting in the team on the outside looking in for the playoffs.
Arron Afflalo scored 26 points, Ty Lawson had 25 and the Denver Nuggets continued their playoff push with a 105-102 victory over the fading Houston Rockets on Monday night.
Rockets writer Jonathan Feigen joined Fred and Ben to talk about the Rockets’ playoff chances down the home stretch.
Nuggets commentator Scott Hastings joins Barry and David to discuss the Rockets series against the Nuggets.
HOUSTON (CBS Houston) – This was the Rockets chance to make a statement and more important provide themselves some breathing room in what is sure to be a wild finish for the final Western Conference […]