The problem with Denver is they have too many average rotation players at all of their positions. You can't have that many rotations guys who expect to play minutes, and the problem is a few of the guys described are the guys they just signed in the off season in Foye and Robinson. You would think it'd be a good problem to a lot of depth, but they have too much depth, and when players don't know how many minutes they're going to play on a game to game basis, or if they're going to play, it really affects the rhythm of their game and the team especially.
On another note, Golden State looks incredible right now, now that their starting 5 is back in tact. They're literally a good backup PG away from being a legit title contender IMO. To go back to the 1st paragraph, they should be the team that relieves DEN of their logjam at PG, with either Nate or Dre, either one would be a fantastic fit on the Warriors. Once GSW gets Ezeli and JO back, and is able to trade for a PG at the deadline, watchout NBA. They literally tore apart MIA's defence, and it wasn't a fluke.