Five Mistakes The Denver Nuggets Made This Season

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Oct 19, 2013; Las Vegas, NV, USA; Denver Nuggets guards Ty Lawson (3) and Randy Foye (4) walk back to the bench after failing to break a tie against the Los Angeles Clippers at the end of regulation time of an NBA preseason game at Mandalay Bay Events Center. The Clippers won the game in overtime 118-111. Mandatory Credit: Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports

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The Denver Nuggets have been in the playoffs for the past nine years, and although they have only advanced to the 2nd round once, they had a consistency that other teams envied. Last season was a banner year for them. They were 57-25 and had the third best record in the West and had the winners of the Coach of the Year and Executive of the Year. But this year has been different, as the Nuggets are going in the opposite direction.

Here are five reasons why:

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