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Wages of Wins Journal:
I decided to put together my all-time Denver Nuggets dream team. I picked the best Nuggets based on their top three complete seasons with the team (very similar to what James did for the top 25 players in their prime) and chose the best available player at each position. Enjoy!
Starting PG – Fat Lever
Best Seasons – 1987, 1988 and 1990
Playing Time – 8982 Minutes
Wins Produced – 71.1
WP48 – 0.381
Back in the 1980s the Nuggets were a perrenial playoff team and almost a contender. Fat Lever was a huge part of that and in fact his stint with the Nuggets is one of the greatest of all time. He ended his time with the Nuggets with a great season before leaving and declining in Dallas.
Starting SG – T.R. Dunn
Best Seasons – 1982, 1983, 1984
Playing Time – 7864 Minutes
Wins Produced – 41.3
WP48 – 0.252
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