Initial Post-Draft Depth Chart for Denver Nuggets

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Initial Post-Draft Depth Chart for Denver Nuggets
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The Denver Nuggets have a complex depth chart after scoring at the 2014 NBA draft.

But before the draft even started, Yahoo Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski reported Thursday morning that the Nuggets acquired former Denver guard Arron Afflalo from the Orlando Magic for Evan Fournier and the 56th pick.

Then when the draft got underway, Denver general manager Tim Connelly made an outstanding move.

The Nuggets selected Doug McDermott with the No. 11 pick, but they traded him and Anthony Randolph to the Chicago Bulls for the draft rights of the No. 16 and No. 19 picks, plus a future second-rounder. Denver received Jusuf Nurkic at No. 16 (No. 11 for DraftExpress' mock draft) and Gary Harris at No. 19 (another popular choice at No. 11).

Denver later went back down the international path and snagged  with the 41st pick. 

So, when Thursday night concluded, the Nuggets gained Afflalo, Nurkic, Harris, Jokic and a future second-rounder. They lost Fournier, Randolph, McDermott (No. 11 pick) and Roy Devyn Marble (No. 56 pick).

Time will ultimately tell, but it looks like Connelly nailed this draft. With all this to digest, let's figure out what Denver's depth chart looks like. 

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