Denver -A LeBron James-driving group doesn't start 0-4 times.

Since their new baby on the block season one of their groups has been separated from the opening entry way in such a way.

"It's another structure. It's another gathering of people together,"

James understood. "We're really trying to get to know each other."

Nikola Jokic had 31 focuses and 13 bounce backs, Jamal Murray hit a key 3-pointer

The Denver Chunks eluded the Los Angeles Lakers with a 110-99 win on Wednesday night.

The Lakers remain in the organization of Orlando and Sacramento as the main groups to win this season.

Darwin Hamm, the Lakers' new mentor, said: "We're four games away and it's pointless to lose, yet we have 78 games left.

It's time for us to fix the boat. What's more, it just begins."

After two minutes into the final run, Chunks went 29-9 to regain control. The Lakers worked their way back

Cut it to single digits in the fourth, though Murray hit a 3-pointer - just one in seven attempts - for some space to breathe.

Anthony Davis, managing lower back snugness, had 22 focuses and 14 bounce backs for Los Angeles.

LeBron James had 19 focuses to extend his two-point streak to 1,100 games.

Russell Westbrook was put on a mission to rest a sensitive left hamstring.

Jokic completes a help for less than a triple-double. However, it was this 31 focus that made Bruce Brown unsuspecting.