LeBron James still believes that the Los Angeles Lakers can reach the NBA Finals despite being 3-0 down in the best-of-seven Western Conference playoff series.
Denver need just one win to qualify for the final for the first time in franchise history after an impressive 119-108 win against Lakers in Los Angeles.
No team has ever come back from a 3-0 deficit in the playoffs in the history of the NBA.
However, James is confident that his side can make a comeback with game four set to take place on Monday.
Asked if "belief" was still present in the Lakers locker room, James replied: "It should be. I hope so.
"I can't speak for the guys right now because I don't know what's going on through all their minds right now. But I still do."
James also said that the possibility of rewriting history was a motivation for him.
"That's the only mindset for me for sure," he said.
James added that his message to teammates for the remainder of the series would be "just one at a time."
"Just focus on game four, and you know, that's all you can really think about," he said. "Obviously this game is over and done with. We had some opportunities but we didn't come through.
"So just get ready for Monday and just got to get one. It's a one-game series for us. Every game counts."