Nuggets secure second straight road win, tying Timberwolves in Game 4 with 115-107 victory

The Denver Nuggets turned the tide in the Western Conference semifinals with a commanding 115-107 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves in Game 4. After dropping the first two games at home, the Nuggets showed resilience and determination to even the series.

Nikola Jokic was the star of the game, scoring 35 points with 16 of those coming in the crucial fourth quarter. Aaron Gordon also had a stellar performance, contributing 27 points on an impressive 11-for-12 shooting. Their combined efforts propelled the Nuggets to a much-needed win on the road.

Despite Anthony Edwards’ remarkable 44-point performance for the Timberwolves, the Nuggets managed to outplay their opponents and secure the victory. The Wolves, who boasted a 42-31 rebounding edge, were unable to capitalize on their strengths and fell short in the crucial moments of the game.

Jamal Murray’s 19 points, including a buzzer-beating shot from half-court, helped maintain the Nuggets’ momentum throughout the game. The team’s depth and secondary scorers also stepped up, with players like Mike Conley, Karl-Anthony Towns, and Rudy Gobert making significant contributions.

The series now shifts back to Denver for Game 5, where both teams will look to gain the upper hand in a closely contested matchup. The Nuggets have shown that they are capable of bouncing back from adversity, while the Timberwolves will be eager to regain their winning form on their home court.

Overall, the Nuggets’ strong performance in Game 4 highlights their resilience and determination to compete at the highest level. With key players stepping up when it mattered most, they have set the stage for an exciting and competitive remainder of the series.

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