Denver took advantage of the Boston-Miami blood battle… Will Yokichi achieve his first win?

Can ‘Joker’ Nicola Jokic (28, Serbia) win the Denver Nuggets, which was founded in 1967, the first Larry O’Brien (winner) trophy?토토사이트

Boston defeated Miami 104-103 in the NBA Eastern Conference Finals (4 wins from 7 games) held at the Caseya Center in Miami, Florida on the 28th. Miami, which had been on a three-game winning streak, fell into a three-game losing streak, and now the series is tied at three wins and two losses. The two teams faced a situation where they had to pour everything in the last game 7. 

Denver naturally smiles at the bloody battle in the East. This is because Denver won the Los Angeles Lakers and NBA Western Conference Championship Game on the 23rd and ended the series early. Denver, who has gained an advantage in terms of physical strength, is preparing for the final match, focusing on not losing the sense of the game.

Denver doesn’t care much about which team comes up. This season, Denver recorded 2 wins and 1 loss against Miami and 1 win and 1 loss against Boston. However, if Miami advances to the final game, it will play the first game at home, but if it faces Boston, there is only the burden of having to have the first game away.

The power that leads Denver begins with Yokichi. Yokichi showed off his MVP-level performance this season as well. In 15 Western Conference playoff games, Jokic recorded 29.9 points, 13.3 rebounds and 10.3 assists per game. The Lakers failed to stop Jokic in the Western Conference Finals and went one win away. Jokic averaged 27.8 points, 14.5 rebounds and 11.8 assists in four games with the Lakers. In Game 1, the average 3-point success rate in 4 games, including throwing 3 outside shots and putting them all in, reached 47.1%, and while delivering average double-digit assists, the average turnover in the series was only 3.8. It was even scarier in the second game of the playoffs against the Phoenix Suns. Jokic played well, averaging 34.5 points, 13.2 rebounds and 10.3 assists.

Jokic recorded eight triple-doubles in the playoffs. It is the most triple-doubles in a single playoff season in NBA history. The previous record was seven, set by Wilt Chamberlain in 1967. Jokic, who topped the playoff triple-double, also won the Western Conference MVP. 

Now, all that remains for Jokic is the championship trophy. Players who have won MVP for two consecutive years in NBA history are △Bill Russell △Wilt Chamberlain △Moses Malone △Larry Bird △Magic Johnson △Michael Jordan △Tim Duncan △Steve Nash △LeBron James (twice) △Stephen Curry △Yanis Atteto There are 12 people in all, including Kunbo and Yokichi. Among them, only two players have not won the NBA championship trophy, Steve Nash and Jokic.

Also, Denver has no history of standing at the top since its inception. Can Serbian Express Jokichi relieve Denver’s sorrow? The NBA Finals starts on the 2nd of next month.

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