After the Lakers' 126-114 thrashing by the Nuggets in Denver on Wednesday night, Steve Nash was asked why his team came out with so little energy to start the game.
Sometimes when you dont have anything nice to say, you dont say anything at all, the point guard said sardonically.
With the Lakers' stunning inability to match the Nuggets intensity, there should have been a whole lot of silence coming from the losers locker room. The Nuggets put on an effort clinic that ended Los Angeles winning streak at five games and dropped them back under .500 at 14-15. Denver grabbed 20 offensive rebounds and scored 47 second-chance points, led by Corey Brewers 27 points and Kenneth Farieds 21 points and 15 rebounds. Ty Lawson also added 17 points and 14 assists for the 16-14 Nuggets, who lost to the Clippers at Staples Center less than 24 hours before the victory over L.A.
Brewer hit four of his six three-pointers in the final quarter to help offset Kobe Bryants game-high 40. It was the 116th...