Despite some who derided the picks immediately and some in the national media who have graded Denver's draft favorably, the Nuggets are most deserved of an incomplete.
At No. 20, Denver selected French-born baller Evan Fournier, and fans were upset.
Fournier was the first international player taken in 2012, and many had yet to hear of him.
He's a 6'7", 204-pound guard/forward, who is 19 years old and just completed his second professional season in France.
Fournier put up 14 points and 3.2 boards per last year, but shot a shockingly low 27.7 percent from beyond the arc.
The Nuggets needed a shooter, but Fournier can't shoot from deep.
And like New York's situation, Fournier likely won't play in Denver next season and could possibly never see the Mile High City.
At No. 38, the Nuggets took their only American-born player in Quincy Miller.
Miller was a phenomenal high school athlete, but a torn ACL held him back a bit. Miller's a 6'10", 220-pound small forward who can score decently (10.6 PPG) and rebound OK for a guy his size (4.9 RPG).
Even later in the second round at No. 50, Denver took Izzet Turkyilmaz, a true seven-footer out of Turkey.
Miller will play for the Nuggets summer league team soon, while the other two will wait to come to America.
And in turn, Denver will have to wait much longer than most teams to know what they got in the draft.
Rich Kurtzman is a freelance journalist. Follow Rich on facebook and/or twitter.