Through a roller coaster of a 2013-14 retooling season, there are several positive and negative aspects to digest from the Denver Nuggets.
After posting a franchise-record 57 wins in 2012-13 that earned them the No. 3 seed in the Western Conference, the Nuggets finished 36-46 and 13 games out of the playoffs this year. Many expected that this team would take a step back with several front office, coaching and roster changes but not this big a drop off.
However, Denver was decimated with injuries the entire year and never came close to having a healthy team. Only four players logged 70-plus games, and Timofey Mozgov was the only one to play all 82.
As we take a look back at the Nuggets' 2013-14 campaign and what we now know about this roster, we'll also see what it means for the franchise moving forward.
(All statistics are from Basketball-Reference.com unless noted otherwise)