While major trades and signings have taken place not only within their Conference, but amongst their division as well, the Denver Nuggets organization has insisted on calmly sitting back in recline and crossing their legs on top of the table.
Flashing back to last season, the Denver Nuggets ended the year with a Division best, 54-28 record, finishing the season as the two seed upon entering the playoffs.
With extreme momentum on Denver's side, the aggressive and determined Nuggets were able to compete against the first place Lakers, tying the series up at 2-2 before getting defeated two games afterward.
Getting back to the present, how can the Nuggets organization truly believe that they have what it takes to not only make it back to the Western Conference Finals, but knock out the only team that sent them home packing when they have yet to make a single move during the offseason? (expect re-signing Birdman).
Taking a look at the top contending teams in the West; the Lakers signed Ron Artest, the Spurs acquired Richard Jefferson via trade, signed Antonio McDyess, and Theo Ratliff, the Mavericks traded for Shawn Marion and signed Drew Gooden, and the Blazers signed veteran point-guard Andre Miller.
So what can the Nuggets do to improve their roster?