The Denver Nuggets roster is the epitome of depth and balance in the NBA. The Nuggets are easily the best team in the NBA to operate without a clear-cut star player. While Andre Iguodala made the All-Star team last year, and Ty Lawson continues to climb the ranks of the NBA's top point guards, this team has no legitimate franchise cornerstone. And though this balance could be seen as a weakness come playoff time, it is also one of Denver's greatest strengths in that it enables them to deploy a plethora of different lineups based on different situations.
With an average age of just over 24 and only one player over 30 (Andre Miller), this Nuggets roster is young, athletic and capable of matching up against just about any lineup that is thrown at it. So what are some of the situational lineups the Nuggets might use next season? Let's take a look.