Are the Celtics and Nuggets able to match the Warriors' and Lakers' resurgence?

Are the Celtics and Nuggets able to match the Warriors' and Lakers' resurgence?

Updated on December 28, 2022 22:38 PM by Michael Davis

The NBA's top teams from the two conferences kept winning despite Luka Doncic's historic performance. East is where the Boston Celtics compete. The West is represented by the Denver Nuggets.

Boston, who was no match for the inconsistent Houston Rockets, continues to be led by Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown, who is perhaps the best shooting duo in the NBA (126-102).

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This season has been fantastic for the Western Nuggets. They have won five straight games without having to put up their most ferocious effort against the Sacramento Kings (106–113). The third session's final attack by Jokic and his 20+11+9 point tally changed the dynamic. The 30 points Porter Jr. scored highlighted his significance.

The West Coast has continued to awaken even as the Golden State Warriors continue to amass streaks without Stephen Curry. The champions must make sure that the underperforming players gain confidence despite having the best home record in the NBA (14-2).

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The Lakers are another option. On Christmas Day, their 51 points in the third quarter appeared to put an end to the season, but they have become stronger as a result of that weakness. Still in full-throttle mode, LeBron James scored 28 points, helped by Russell Westbrook's triple-double of 15+13+13. They are now 14-20 in the standings and three points out of the Play-IN.

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