Originally Posted by FourthTenor
Theyre only media superstars.
They're not superstars on the court. Last I checked, the Nuggets at least won a game against the Thunder without ANY "superstars" while Amare and Carmelo were getting swept by a team that went out in 5 in the next round.
But then again, this is a pointless argument. You clearly are the typical "dumb fan" who thinks anyone ESPN tells them is a star is a star.
They're top 10 players.
And it seems like you're one of the idiots who don't realize that THE NUGGETS ADDED SEVERAL PLAYERS IT WASN'T JUST A SUBTRACTION OF CARMELO AND POOF THEY'RE WINNING MORE GAMES!
The nuggets became the DEEPEST team in the league.
They added, Gallinari a 15ppg scorer, Chandler a 16ppg scorer, Felton an 18ppg scorer and 8 apg guy.
Karl had the luxury of being deep with players of comparable skill at every single position virtually. He was able to interchange players whenever someone wasn't shooting well, with ease. It was a seamless transition, and ensured that there were no off-nights for the nuggets...there was always someone ready to play.