In this episode, Adam, Wind, Vogt, and Eric share the first 6 items on their list of the 10 biggest takeaways from the 2019-20 season. Topics include:

  • Jerami Grant’s fit next to Murray, Jokic, and Michael Porter Jr.
  • Comparing the 2019 playoff run to the 2020 playoff run
  • The value / challenge of Gary Harris
  • Asset management and the loss of Malik Beasley, Juancho Hernangomez, and Jarred Vanderbilt
  • PJ Dozier’s role on the Nuggets going forward
  • Bol Bol: part of the future or trade asset?

Adam Mares

Denver native, lifelong Denver sports fan, credentialed Nuggets reporter, below average bio writer, above average post passer.

  • After some reflection on this season, my top take away for this team is that they have a really strong survivor instinct, but they lack a killer instinct and that’s a problem. The other side of coming back from 3-1 twice, is that they got down 3-1 to begin with. They did that 3 times this post season, and that really encapsulates their entire season.

    There were some incredible highs this season, a road win in Utah and Milwaukee with virtually half the roster. Then there were just some inexplicable losses. Home loss to Golden State, Atlanta, Zion-less New Orleans, etc… This team plays well when they’re under the gun, they’re the ultimate survivors. Now they need someone that can also teach them how to be hunters.

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