Here are the highlights of the Game 7 Western Conference Semi-Finals match between the Los Angeles Clippers and the Denver Nuggets which was scheduled on September 16, 2020 (Local Time).
The Denver Nuggets defeats and seals the series against the Los Angeles Clippers in Game 7, sending the Clippers back to their homes.
The Denver Nuggets is the only team to have multiple 3-1 comebacks in the playoffs.
Denver’s highest scorer in this game is Jamal Murray. He scored 40 huge points (18 in the second quarter) and also hit 6 three-point shots out of his 13 attempts. Not only that, but he also hit a big three-point shot in the fourth quarter to give his team an eighteen-point lead.
Their European Center from Serbia, despite just scoring 16 points, he finished the game with a triple-double. In total, he scored 16 points, grabbed 22 huge rebounds, and dimed 13 assists.
Meanwhile, the LA Clippers has just been awful in this game. Especially their two stars, namely, Kawhi Leonard and Paul George. They only averaged 38% in the field goals category and averaged only 26% in their three-point shots as a team.
Paul George and Kawhi Leonard played like they were playing for the opposing team. George scored only 10 points and only hit 4 out of his 16 attempts, 2 of them were three-point shots.
His dynamic duo, Kawhi Leonard, who went sluggish throughout the game, only scored 14 points and hit 6 out of his 22 attempts in the field, 2 of them were also three-point shots.
The Clippers’ leading scorer was from the bench, namely, Montrezl Harrell. He scored a total of 20 points.
The Nuggets will be greeted by the Los Angeles Lakers in the Western Conference Finals on Saturday at 9:00 AM for Game 1.
Los Angeles Vs Denver Game 7 Box Score
Nuggets (104) – Murray 40, Jokic 16, Harris 14, Grant 14, Millsap 6.
Clippers (89) – Harrell 20, Leonard 14, Beverley 11, Green 11, George 10.