Denver Nuggets vs Miami Heat Game 4: Review
Denver Nuggets vs Miami Heat Game 4 Recap: Review
Denver Nuggets are one win away from becoming the NBA CHAMPIONS for the first time in franchise history.
With a Score line of 108-105, Denver topped against Miami Heat in game 4 of the NBA FINALS, taking a 3-1 lead.
Aaron Gordan and Brown shine in game 4 as Denver inches closer to the NBA Title.
As the Miami Heat season is on the line, Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo are trying their level best but it's not enough.
Denver Nuggets star former MVP Nikola Jokic continued his dominance with 23 points, 12 rebounds, 4 assists, 3 steals and 4 blocks. At the same time, another role player who turned up star in Plyoofs Aaron Gordan had 27 points which is his playoff career-high along with 6 rebounds and 6 assists.
It was a solid and efficient performance by the Denver Nuggets. Nuggets Shot 49.4 % from the field and 50% from the 3-point line.
Miami just shot 32% from the three-point line, Jimmy Butler had 25 points with 7 rebounds and 7 assists and Bam Adebayo had 20 points and 11 rebounds.
Jimmy Butler said “We are going to fight, starting from tomorrow to get better continually and then we are going into Monday and do what we said we were going to do this entire time and win. We have to, we have no other choice, otherwise, we did all this for no reason.”
Jimmy Butler and his squad look confident, Miami heat can pull this off, it's one game at a time, It would take a hell of an effort from the Heat to beat the Denver Nuggets.
Game 5 will be on Monday in Denver Nuggets where Nuggets can close out the series and win the NBA Finals.
Michael Malone Said – I told our guys, the first thing I said we are not celebrating, it’s a good win, we have done our job. But we are not celebrating like we have done anything yet.
Adding to that part he said we know we have to go home and turn off the tv, and radio, don’t read the papers, don’t listen to everybody telling you how great you are because we haven’t done a damn thing yet, we have to win one more game to be a world champion, we are going to do that by simply taking it one quarter at a time.
History is always on the side of the Denver Nuggets when it comes to taking 3-1 lead, A team that takes a 3-1 series lead is 267-13 in the NBA playoffs. And teams are 35-1 in the NBA Finals when up by a 3-1 Lead.
In 2016 The Cleveland Cavaliers which Lebron James and Kyrie Irving led was the only team in NBA to come back from a 3-1 deficit against Golden State Warriors and win a NBA Title.
The series goes back to Ball Arena in Denver for game 5 where the Nuggets will look to close out the series and win the NBA Title.