One byproduct of the concurrent free-agent period and training camp is that several teams are playing with smaller-than-usual rosters. If a player's not signed, he can't be in camp, and it takes time to get incoming and departing deals sorted out. In a few weeks, camps will probably be full. For now, most aren't.
Yet some teams have it harder than others. The Denver Nuggets, loaded with free agents like Nene, Kenyon Martin, Arron Afflalo, the China-bound J.R. Smith, Gary Forbes, and more, have it the worst. In fact, their initial camp roster may be the smallest in NBA history (via Kevin Pelton). They only have seven players: Chris Andersen, Danilo Gallinari, Al Harrington, Kosta Koufos, Ty Lawson, Andre Miller, and Timofey Mozgov.
It's a wonder how they'll even be able to run enough drills to have an effective camp. Luckily, BDL has obtained a special list of their planned activities. Check it out after the jump.
2011 DENVER NUGGETS TRAINING CAMP SCHEDULE -- SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10