Jennifer Stewart-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire
It's three days until Nuggets' media day folks. In a fictitious world where you are an intrepid reporter for the Daily World Herald Times Post News, what kind of questions would you ask of your Denver Nuggets?
Picture this; you sidle up to a Nuggets player and were able to ask him just one question ... what would that question be? In your dream scenario what would you ask if you had just one question for each player? Sometimes its hard to think of just one question, some times you can't think of any. It really is harder than you think.
Below are a list of questions that I would ask each the projected Nuggets' starting lineup.
Ty Lawson: What do you intend to do in the spirit of, as your coach has said, staying aggressive game in and game out?
Andre Iguodala: In the past you've been accused of being supremely athletic but a poor shooter, what can you do this season to improve your overall shooting percentage to fit on this Nuggets' squad?
Danilo Gallinari: It was noticed that you have bulked up a bit in the European Qualifying tournament you played this summer with the Italian National team. What is your goal with respect to that and do you believe it will help your ability to stay healthy through the season?
JaVale McGee: Do you believe that your time with the Nuggets, and additionally your time with Hakeem Olajuwon this summer, will make this your breakout season?
Kenneth Faried: How do you prevent the famous "Sophomore slump" that young players suffer? Additionally do you think your time with Hakeem Olajuwon helped you overcome some offensive limitations?
What would you ask Nuggets' players if you had a chance to talk to them. Just one question? You don't have to limit yourself to the starting lineup like I did. It can be silly or serious.
Can't wait for camp to start.