Nuggets Lay Bricks at Historic Levels

Nuggets Lay Bricks at Historic Levels

Heading into the 2012-13 season, many NBA watchers (including us) figured the Denver Nuggets would turn in one of the league's top offenses, but we also figured they might do so without being a very good outside shooting team. After all, the Nuggets finished last season with the sixth-worst 3-point shooting percentage in the league, and their best marksman, Arron Afflalo, was shipped to the Orlando Magic as part of the four-team mega-deal that imported Andre Iguodala, landed Dwight Howard with the Los Angeles Lakers and, allegedly, put Andrew Bynum on the Philadelphia 76ers. Even if Iguodala shot as well as he did in Philly last year and Danilo Gallinari rediscovered his stroke after a down season, the makeup of the roster suggested that Denver might struggle from downtown.

But there's struggle, and then there's struggle.

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