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Beyond The Buzzer:
Monday night’s Bucks-Nuggets game had quite the crazy finish. Monta Ellis completed a clutch 4-point play with 14.2 seconds remaining, hitting a three and getting the foul to put the Bucks up 1, but Ty Lawson countered with a stepback game winner, picking up right where he left off in his second game back from a heel injury. The Nuggets’ 112-110 victory clinched them home court advantage in the playoffs.
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The Denver Nuggets are guaranteed to enjoy home court advantage throughout the first round of the NBA playoffs.
Ty Lawson sank the game winner against the Milwaukee Bucks to get it done 112-111.
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