Michael Porter Jr. got the last word in Game 4. And it spoke volumes.

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one. Actions converse louder than terms, MPJ. Large shot, child. Large. Freaking. Shot. After remaining held scoreless for the game’s to start with 46 minutes, Michael Porter Jr. drained 1 of the major photographs of the Nuggets’ year — a 3-pointer with one:eleven remaining that gave Denver a 105-one hundred direct in a need to-acquire Game five. MPJ accounted for 4 of the Nuggets’ remaining six details, all at the absolutely free-toss line, and netted all seven of his details in the contest’s very last two minutes.

two.  Particularly terms demanding the ball. You questioned all working day how the Nuggets vets would answer to MPJ’s pointed remarks — translation: get me the ball — following Game four. The uncomfortable exchanges among the Denver rookie and his teammates were brought out into the open up by way of remarks from TNT sideline reporter Jared Greenberg, who hinted that Nuggets

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