The Denver Nuggets are on a hot streak, having won six straight games against the Los Angeles Clippers. The latest victory came in dramatic fashion, as Paul George’s full-court buzzer-beater came just after the buzzer sounded to give the Nuggets a thrilling win.
The game was tight throughout, with the two teams trading leads back and forth. With just seconds remaining, the Nuggets had the ball and a one-point lead. George, however, had other ideas. He grabbed the inbounds pass and sprinted up the court, launching a full-court shot that found the bottom of the net just after the buzzer sounded.
The shot was a fitting end to a thrilling contest. It was also a reminder of why George is one of the best players in the league. His ability to take over a game in the clutch is unparalleled, and it was on full display in this game.
The Nuggets have now won six straight games against the Clippers, a streak that began in February of this year. It is a testament to the team’s resilience and tenacity, and it is a result of a collective effort from the entire team.
The Nuggets have been led by Nikola Jokic, who has been putting up MVP numbers all season. He has been aided by the likes of Jamal Murray, Gary Harris, and Paul Millsap, who have all stepped up in a big way over the course of the season.
The Nuggets will look to continue their winning streak against the Clippers when the teams meet again in April. With Paul George and the Clippers looking to avenge their recent losses, the Nuggets will need to be at their best if they are to come out on top.