It does not matter why head coach Brian Shaw is embracing a profound spinning because of his Denver Nuggets—it could be because the roster lacks a definite top eight, or it might be a sign the Nugs will use line modifications to double-down on fatigue-inducing pace at elevation like a lot of Denver squads before.
What matters is the fact that it’s a wise idea.
«There’s likely to be 10 men at the start of the year, will probably be two at every position, which will be in the primary rotation,» Shaw stated, per Nate Timmons of DenverStiffs.com. «Barring foul difficulty or blowouts, 1 way or another, which will determine whether it gets deeper than that.»
The postseason remains a lofty goal for this club, largely because there are 10 teams that seem scarier (and also have better title odds) in the West. All that depth behind stars Ty Lawson and Kenneth Faried could be enough to propel the Nuggets to a .500 album, but it could be a stunner when they ended the 2014-15 effort in the conference’s top eight.
Many hands make light work, though, and Denver will use more hands than nearly anyone this year. We are going to see when sharing the load pays off in surprising fashion.
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