Should The Denver Nuggets Consider Rebuilding?

August 6th, 2010 by Eitan Rosenberg Leave a reply »
It may sound like a strange question for a team coming off a 53-win season, one of the premier small forwards in the land and a nucleus that has been together for several years.

Do the Nuggets want to take the risk and end up like the Raptors or worse yet, like the Cavaliers?

Think about it.

If Carmello Anthony opts to take his talents to the big apple or any other destination, the Nuggets would essentially be left with an over the hill point guard in Chauncey Billups a past his prime Power Forward signed long term, Al Harrington, and a nice solid  starting center in Nene.

It kind of sounds like the Antawn Jamison, Mo Williams, Anderson Varejao trio left over in Cleveland. 

The situations are not really much different. 

Both cities are smallish markets, both Anthony and James have nearly a decade left of their prime, and both teams have experienced their history of losing seasons. 

The attachment of LeBron James to the state of Ohio is the personal difference maker here.

From a Basketball standpoint; however, the key difference, and this is probably wh ...

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