September 24, 2020, 11:43 pmJamal MurrayPG, Denver Nuggets
Jamal Murray couldn't lead the Nuggets past the Lakers in Thursday's 108-114 Game 4 loss with his 32 points, three boards, eight dimes and one block.
With the Lakers keying in on Nikola Jokic, Murray was able to get going early in the first quarter. When they threw traps at him early in offensive sets, Murray was able to adapt and attack earlier to get himself cleaner looks. The point is, Murray is a budding superstar and is having one of those breakthrough moments before our very eyes. The Nuggets are still big underdogs in this fight, but with Murray, they have a fighting chance.