Recap: Clippers vs Nuggets (G6)

Los Angeles Clippers vs Denver Nuggets, Game 6
Game Score
Los Angeles Clippers

98

111

Denver Nuggets
BACK FROM 3-1 AGAIN

After climbing back from a 3-1 deficit in the first round against the Utah Jazz, the Nuggets have done it again. It's more incredible that the Nuggets did it against as deep and talented as the Clippers, and with the way that the Nuggets have done it. Denver simply has been a team that refuses to give up in elimination situations and now finds themselves one game from advancing to the Western Conference Finals against the Los Angeles Lakers. 

THE JOKER STAYS HOT

If you haven't been closely watching the performance from Nikola Jokic in this round against the Los Angeles Clippers...then boy have you missed out on a real treat. The Joker is on fire and is a serious reason why the Nuggets have forced a Game 7 against the Clippers. Jokic would finish with 34 points on 13 of 22 shooting (59.1%), as well as 14 rebounds, 7 assists, and 2 blocks in this one. 

CLIPPERS COLLAPSE AGAIN

It seemed as if the Clippers were finally read to send the Nuggets home until Los Angeles was outscored by 29 points after halftime. That would go down as their worst deficit of the season. Los Angeles has lost all momentum in this series and needs to buckle down for a massive Game 7 performance in order to save themselves from being sent home early. 

What Did We Learn

This Denver Nuggets team is completely off the rails. The Los Angeles Clippers are also basically drunk. This series is pure chaos...I love it. GAME 7 LET'S DO IT

Los Angeles ClippersSERIES TIED AT 3-3Denver Nuggets