Denver Nuggets have made history by advancing to the NBA Finals for the first time in the franchise's history. Their opponent, the Los Angeles Lakers, had won 16 championships before this season, but the Nuggets proved to be an unstoppable force in the Western Conference Finals.

After dropping the first two games of the series, the Nuggets came back with an impressive win in Game 3 to keep their hopes alive. In Game 4, Denver dominated the court and held on to a decisive lead to eliminate the Lakers from the playoffs.

The Nuggets' victory is a testament to their resilience, something they've shown throughout the playoffs. The team has faced elimination five times in these playoffs and they have won each of those games. Their ability to bounce back from adversity is a testament to their mental toughness and their belief in their abilities.

For the Lakers, this loss is a disappointment, especially considering they had LeBron James and Anthony Davis on their roster. However, they should take pride in the fact that they made it this far in the playoffs and were a formidable opponent throughout the season.

The Nuggets now turn their attention to the NBA Finals where they will face the Miami Heat. The Heat have also been a surprise team this season, but they have shown their mettle