LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers suffered a 108-103 defeat against the Denver Nuggets in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals. Jamal Murray was the star of the show, scoring 37 points, with 23 of them coming in the last quarter. Nikola Jokic also had a triple-double performance, his 13th in the post-season. However, Denver coach Michael Malone was not happy with the media’s focus on the Lakers, despite his team’s dominance. Malone expressed his frustration in a post-game interview, stating that the national narrative was all about the Lakers, and nobody talked about Jokic’s historic performance.
Malone’s comments have not gone down well with fans, who are calling him out for firing shots after winning just two games. Despite the Nuggets’ impressive form, the series is far from over, and fans are urging Malone to keep quiet and focus on winning. The Lakers will be looking to bounce back in the upcoming games and make a comeback against the Nuggets.
The ongoing Western Conference Finals series between the Lakers and the Nuggets has been an exciting one, with both teams putting up a strong fight. However, Malone’s comments have shifted the focus away from the game and onto his frustration with the media’s coverage. Fans are hoping that both teams will continue to put up a good fight and let their performances on the court do the talking.
Keywords: LeBron James, Los Angeles Lakers, Denver Nuggets, Western Conference Finals, Jamal Murray, Nikola Jokic, Michael Malone, post-season, triple-double, media coverage.
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