Former Spartan Max Christie hits back-to-back three’s to help Lakers beat Nuggets

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Former Michigan State basketball star Max Christie hit a pair of big buckets late to help the Los Angeles Lakers top the Denver Nuggets on Friday.

Christie finished the game with just six points but his two three-point shots in the four quarter helped the Lakers build a lead they’d not surrender. Christie played 16 minutes in the game.

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Christie has appeared in 12 games so far in his rookie season with the Lakers. He is averaging 3.3 points per game and is shooting 45.5 percent from three-point range.

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