Denver Nuggets: Projected 2020-21 Depth Chart

by December 22, 2020
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Jamal Murray and Michael Porter Jr. of the Denver Nuggets

The Denver Nuggets made it all the way to the Western Conference Finals just a few months ago. If they look as good as they did in the 2020 playoffs in the upcoming season, they should be a lock as one of the best teams in the entire NBA.

We broke down the Nuggets’ depth chart for the 2020-21 season below. We’ve also previously published a summary of the Nuggets’ offseason.

Point Guard
Jamal Murray
Monte Morris
Facundo Campazzo
Shooting Guard
Gary Harris
P.J. Dozier
RJ Hampton
Small Forward
Michael Porter Jr.
Will Barton
Vlatko Cancar
Power Forward
Paul Millsap
JaMychal Green
Bol Bol
Center
Nikola Jokic
Zeke Nnaji
Isaiah Hartenstein

Biggest Questions

  • Can Michael Porter Jr. be a legit number three option? He’s shown flashes of absolutle greatness early in his career. If he is able to take another step towards being a consistent offensive threat, Denver’s offense will be dangerous.
  • Will the Nuggets be able to roll out lineups playing big? The Lakers had a ton of success in the playoffs with their size against Denver. Can the Nuggets match their size going forward?

All NBA Team Offseason Summaries

AtlanticCentralSoutheast
BostonChicagoAtlanta
BrooklynClevelandCharlotte
New YorkDetroitMiami
PhiladelphiaIndianaOrlando
TorontoMilwaukeeWashington
NorthwestPacificSouthwest
DenverGolden StateDallas
MinnesotaLA ClippersMemphis
OklahomaLA LakersNew Orleans
PortlandPhoenixHouston
UtahSacramentoSan Antonio
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