Despite poor shooting in Game 2 loss, Lakers vow to ‘let it fly’

The Los Angeles Lakers fell 108-103 to the Denver Nuggets in Game 2 of the Western Conference finals, with LeBron James and Anthony Davis struggling to find their rhythm. The loss puts the Lakers down 2-0 in the series, but the team’s leaders refuse to give up and are focusing on improving their performance. They will host Game 3 at Arena, where they have remained undefeated so far this postseason.

Despite being guarded by Denver’s Nikola Jokic, James finished the game with 22 points after missing all six of his three-point attempts. Davis also struggled, missing 11 of his 15 field goal attempts. The Lakers put up a late rally, but were unable to take the lead. Davis acknowledged his performance needed to be more efficient, but remained confident in his abilities.

The Lakers’ back-to-back losses are their first since mid-March. They remain determined to make a comeback and are not giving up hope. James serves as a veteran presence for the team, pushing them to this point in the playoffs. The Lakers are just the second No. 7 seed in history to make the conference finals, and are determined to make the most of this opportunity.

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