The Denver Nuggets are one victory away from their first title in franchise history following their 108-95 victory over the Miami Heat in Game 4. With the win, the Nuggets can now clinch their first title on Monday night at Ball Arena in front of their home crowd.

Monday night could have the makings of something special, but before that we have to talk about how the Nuggets got there. Aaron Gordon stepped up huge for the Nuggets tonight and put together a career performance scoring 27 points on 11-of-15 shooting from the field, 3-of-4 from three. Not only did Gordon score the basketball with ease, but he also hauled in six rebounds, dished out six assists, and played phenomenal defense on Jimmy Butler all game long.

Gordon wasn’t the only one who put together a big night as Nikola Jokic put together another great performance scoring 23 points to go along with 12 rebounds and four assists while also making a ton of defensive plays in the process. Another player who stepped up big time was Bruce Brown, who scored 21 points off the bench and made a number of big time baskets in the closing minutes to help Denver secure the victory.

Brown was incredible in the closing minutes and truly gave the Heat no life as he made dagger after dagger to help the Nuggets reach one step closer to their goal of winning a title. Jamal Murray (15) and Michael Porter Jr. (11) also finished in double-figures and hit some big time buckets in the second half.

Now, the Nuggets turn their attention to Monday night as they will look to bring this franchise that elusive championship they have so desperately been searching for. Tip-off for Game 5 is set for 6:30 PM MST and will be televised nationally on ABC.