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The Morning After: 7 takeaways from Denver Nuggets’ loss at Los Angeles Lakers

The Morning After: 7 takeaways from Denver Nuggets’ loss at Los Angeles Lakers

The Denver Nuggets’ road struggles continued with a 127-109 loss at the Los Angeles Lakers Sunday night in a game in which coach Michael Malone and star center Nikola Jokic were ejected.
Lakers don’t give up the fight, but lose 122-113 to Suns

Lakers don’t give up the fight, but lose 122-113 to Suns

Kyle Kuzma (30 points, 10 rebounds) and Brook Lopez (19 points, 10 rebounds) provide plenty of offense for Lakers on a night the young teams scuffle for the third time in as many meetings.
Lakers’ Larry Nance Jr. back on practice court after having cast removed

Lakers’ Larry Nance Jr. back on practice court after having cast removed

The forward broke his left hand in a Nov. 2 loss at Portland, but he already has his cast off and said he can doing everything with his injured hand except “holding heavy dumbbells” and “hanging from the rim.”
Rookie Kyle Kuzma ‘in awe’ after dinner with Lakers legend Kobe Bryant

Rookie Kyle Kuzma ‘in awe’ after dinner with Lakers legend Kobe Bryant

Since late in his career, Bryant has established himself as a mentor for players throughout the league. He has not, however, had a similar encounter with Lonzo Ball.
Lonzo Ball views triple-double praise from LeBon James as ‘motivation’ to improve

Lonzo Ball views triple-double praise from LeBon James as ‘motivation’ to improve

Ball eclipsed James' record for the youngest player to achieve a triple-double on Saturday, leaving the four-time Most Valuable Player nothing short of impressed.