LOS ANGELES, Dec. 2 (Xinhua) -- Los Angeles Lakers lost their fourth straight games Saturday night to Denver Nuggets 115-100 in National Basketball Association (NBA) actions at foothill of Rocky Mountain.
Lakers led Nuggets since from the second quarter but both its offense and defence fell into chaos suddenly when two teams tied at 100-100 3:57 to the end of the match.
Nuggets closed out the win on a 15-0 run at the final stage behind 28 points of Jamal Murray, who almost clashed with players of Lakers after he dribbled around Lakers' 20-year-old point guard Lonzo Ball to end the game.
Nuggets' Will Barton scored 13 of his 16 points in the final 7:44, another bench player Trey Lyles took 18 points.
For Lakers, small forward Brandon Ingram and Brook Lopez scored 20 and 15 points respectively, while Ball scored only 9 points at the disappointed night.
Lakers' coach Luke Walton said after the match that he felt so frustrated for the result and his team still needed to learn how to cut down mistake.