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The Nuggets' balanced attack on offense has been a huge reason for the team's success.
It's a proven fact that the Nuggets are one of the most explosive teams on offense, but what may be shocking is just how explosive they are.
Out of the 15 players listed on the Nuggets' roster, 13* of them have scored in double digits at least once this entire season. To add to this stat, 10** of these 13 players have posted totals of 19 or more points in at least one game. While one game is indeed a small sample size, this mentality and ability to score the basketball as a team should not be taken with a grain of salt.
The Nuggets and their management have assembled an offensive juggernaut that relies on scoring from a group of players rather than just a few. In any given game, Denver has the option of throwing different players out on the floor to either disrupt the opposition's game plan or counteract bad offensive performances.
With their arsenal of capable scorers, Denver will have the advantage of foiling their opposition's defensive strategies and will be a tough out for any team in this year's playoffs.
*Julyan Stone and Quincy Miller haven't scored in double digits
**Timofey Mozgov, Anthony Randolph and Jordan Hamilton haven't scored 19-plus points.