Ty Lawson hit a jumper with .2 seconds remaining to give the Denver Nuggets (38-22) a 105-103 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder (42-16) Friday. It was Denver's fourth straight win and snaps a three-game winning streak by the Thunder.
Lawson had struggled much of the game, scoring just 11 points on 5-for-14 shooting. Denver was led by Wilson Chandler, who tied his career-high with 35 points. Chandler became the second player this season to score 35 points off the bench, joining Samuel Dalembert of the Milwaukee Bucks. Andre Miller and Corey Brewer each scored 14 off the bench for Denver.
The Nuggets led by nine at halftime and by 10 entering the fourth, but an Oklahoma City run, capped by a layup with less than a minute left by Durant, tied the score before Lawson's game-winner.
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