Nuggets vs. Warriors Game Takeaways ,injury ,match

The Denver Nuggets live to battle one more day, clinging to beat the Golden State Warriors, 126-121, on Sunday to drive a Game 5 once again in San Francisco.

Nikola Jokic was the orchestrator on offense, not surprisingly, setting up 37 focuses, eight bounce back and six helps, however he got a lot of help

 with colossal plays from Monte Morris, Aaron Gordon and Will Barton down the stretch.

In the wake of following by upwards of 17 places, the Warriors got back in the game behind 33 focuses from Stephen Curry and 32 from Klay Thompson

They attempted to execute on the two closures, be that as it may, after Draymond Green fouled out with a little more than two minutes staying in the final quarter

 Andrew Wiggins added 20 focuses, six bounce back, two takes and two squares for Golden State.

Beyond Jokic, the story was the Nuggets' hot shooting. As a group they went 15 for 31 from 3-point range, drove by Morris, who made five of his seven endeavors from significant distance

Tenderfoot Bones Hyland made three straight 3-pointers during a major stretch in the subsequent quarter and Will Barton made the game-securing 3 from the corner with eight seconds left.

The Warriors will presently hope to progress to the second round before their home group in Wednesday's Game 5, as the Nuggets endeavor to broaden the series