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Amid the dog days of NBA summer, Nuggets Ink podcast host Matt Schubert and beat writer Mike Singer meet to discuss the growing consensus that Denver is among the NBA elite. Singer, fresh off a Canadian engagement, addresses the wet blanket protestations of Schubert as they discuss a number of potential issues for next year's team. Among the topics: + The Nuggets were 13-3 in games decided by three points or less last season. Can they possibly keep that up? Or is it fair to expect a regression to the mean in those coin flip games? + Denver entered the offseason needing to add shooting, then went and traded for forward Jerami Grant. Is that enough to address the team's middle-of-the-pack 3-point marksmanship? Or will that problem linger? + Did the Nuggets bid against themselves in giving Jamal Murray a five-year, $170 million contract? Will he live up to those max dollars? + Are there enough minutes to go around on a team filled with players expecting, but not necessarily in line for, big minutes? + Hypothetically, are the Nuggets more San Antonio Spurs (a legit system) or Los Angeles Lakers (doomed without Lebron in the lineup) without a healthy Nikola Jokic? + Does Carmelo Anthony deserve a farewell tour? Will he get one?


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