Jamal Murray hits the halftime buzzer from 55 feet high


The Denver Nuggets took a 64–49 lead at halftime over the Minnesota Timberwolves in Game 4 of the Western Conference Semifinals.

With the first and second quarters lasting just over 12 minutes, the Nuggets went on a 31-10 run that included nine consecutive shots.

The first half ended on a high note for Denver with Jamal Murray's 55-foot buzzer-beater.

It was the longest shot of Murray's career and the longest by any player in the playoffs since Darius Miller of the New Orleans Pelicans' 72-foot shot in 2018. Murray finished the half with 6 assists, 2 rebounds and one steal.

Led by Aaron Gordon's 14 points (6-for-6), the Nuggets shot 64.3% as a team, their best field goal percentage this playoffs.

Anthony Edwards leads all scorers with 23 points.

If Denver wins, it will even the series at two games apiece.

ESPN stats and information contributed to this report.




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