Nuggets' Murray Miracle Shocks Timberwolves: Series Tied, Denver Regains Control

Photo: Instagram/Jamal Murray

NBA fans witnessed an electrifying turnaround as the Denver Nuggets stunned the Minnesota Timberwolves in a thrilling playoff matchup.

Led by Jamal Murray's jaw-dropping half-court buzzer-beater, the Nuggets clinched a crucial 115-107 victory, evening the series at 2-2 and reclaiming home-court advantage.

Denver's explosive performance was fueled by remarkable shooting, propelling them to a commanding lead. Despite an intense comeback attempt by the Timberwolves, the Nuggets maintained their edge, securing a pivotal win as the series heads back to Denver for Game 5.

Photo: Instagram/Jamal Murray

Key players, including Aaron Gordon and Nikola Jokić, delivered standout performances, while Murray showcased his resilience after battling injury and frustration earlier in the series. The Nuggets' depth was also on display, with contributions from their bench players adding to their dominance on the court.

Meanwhile, Anthony Edwards continued to shine for the Timberwolves with a remarkable 44-point effort. However, Minnesota's defensive struggles and lack of support from key players like Karl-Anthony Towns hindered their chances of seizing victory.


As the series heads into a decisive phase, both teams are poised for an intense battle to secure a spot in the next round. With the momentum now swinging in their favor, the Nuggets are determined to complete their comeback and make NBA history by rallying from a 2-0 deficit to win the series.

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Source: Yahoo Sports 

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