Tiger Fight, September 25. In the fourth game of the Western Conference Finals that ended today, the Lakers defeated the Nuggets 114-108, and the series scored 3-1 to get the match point. After the game, Lakers forward LeBron James was interviewed on the sidelines.
Speaking of his defense against Jamal Murray in the fourth quarter, James said: "A great player and one of the hottest offensive players in the remaining four teams in our division. I just work hard to accept the challenge. He is a A hard-to-defend guard, flexible in disguise, with three-pointers, mid-range shots, and breakthrough threats. I just make good use of my size and athleticism, and I want to be smart. I have been working in the league for so many years, and I know the worst The situation is that you send an outstanding scorer to the free throw line. I just try to get in touch with him at the highest point and hope he misses one or two shots."
Speaking of Dwight Howard’s starting effect, James said: “Dwight was phenomenal in his playing time. When we didn’t make a shot in the early days, he earned more rounds for us. We need him to take care of the house. Ability, he has become the league’s rebounding champion many times. We knew when we entered this game that we didn’t grab a rebound at all in the last game. They ruled us on the rebound. We reversed the situation."
In this game, James played 38 minutes, 7 of 18 shots, 26 points, 9 rebounds and 8 assists.