LeBron James delivered a masterful performance and the Lakers fought as long as they could, but the Nuggets proved to be a foe too mighty to topple in Game 4.
A tremendous game from LeBron James wasn’t enough as the Denver Nuggets eliminate the Lakers.
The Lakers have shown incredibly resiliency all season long but may finally meet their match facing a 3-0 hole vs. the Nuggets.
As he continues impressing throughout the postseason, Rui Hachimura has credited his continued success on having a different opportunity with the Lakers.
The Lakers now have a task ahead of them that’s never been completed. What will their immediate response be when faced with something that’s never been done in NBA history?
In their first elimination game of the season, the Lakers will get the boost of the return of Mo Bamba, as he’s set to suit up after dealing with an ankle injury.
After being unable to rally in the fourth as the Nuggets took over once again, the Lakers are now one loss away from ending their season.
The Lakers have the opportunity to keep their postseason hopes alive as the series shifts to Los Angeles, where they’ve been perfect in the Playoffs.
Following their fourth-quarter collapse, the Lakers have plenty to clean up if they hope to climb out of their 0-2 series hole.
Despite going down with an ankle injury in the fourth quarter of Game 2, LeBron James said he’ll be ready and available in Game 3.
Despite leading for most of the way, the Lakers crumble in the fourth as Jamal Murray shoots the Nuggets into a commanding series lead.
Down to the final four teams, NBA fans are anticipating the two favorites are most likely to meet in the Finals.
After a strong performance in Game 1, Rui Hachimura could be moving off the bench as Darvin Ham considers a starting lineup change ahead of Game 2 vs. Denver.
The Lakers will have to make adjustments heading into Game 2 against the Nuggets, and Draymond Green thinks Jarred Vanderbilt should return to starting lineup.
Despite nearly blowing Game 1 after building a 21-point lead, the Nuggets and Mike Malone don’t seem all that worried heading into Game 2.
The Lakers find themselves in a situation they have not experienced yet in these 2023 NBA Playoffs. After dropping their first Game 1 this postseason, can they adjust and bounce back in Game 2 from the Nuggets?
After a strong performance in Game 1, Rui Hachimura is ready for a "big" role in the Western Conference Finals vs. Denver.
After being benched in the fourth quarter of Tuesday’s Game 1 loss to the Nuggets, the Lakers have many things to consider if they are looking to move him out of the starting lineup.
D’Angelo Russell struggled in Game 1, something Nuggets head coach Mike Malone was pleased about postgame.
The Lakers nearly completed an improbable comeback on Tuesday but fell in Denver to the Nuggets in Game 1 on Tuesday.
The Nuggets listed Jamal Murray as questionable for Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals, but he will play vs. the Lakers.
While the Lakers have come up with a pair of upsets to get into the Western Conference Finals, they’ll have to do it a third time to make the NBA Finals against the Nuggets.
As was the case in the previous two rounds, the Lakers are once again rather unanimously the underdogs against the Nuggets in the Western Conference Finals.
After knocking off the reigning champs, the Lakers will play the Western Conference’s top-seed for a trip to their second Finals appearance in four years.
A look back at the playoff history between the Lakers and the Nuggets
The series boils down to the matchup between the best offensive big man versus the best defensive big man in the league.
Despite winning back-to-back series and dethroning the defending champions, the Lakers are still pretty distant underdogs when it comes to betting odds for the NBA champion.