Plenty of minutes for all in Denver
The New York Post fueled the fire over the weekend when it reported the scrimmages between the K-Mart and Nene had become so intense that Martin "sucker punched" Nene last week, leading to stitches and plenty of bad feelings.
All of this has led to the inevitable "who's going to start" mess that tends to make good training-camp copy. Of course, those stories inevitably lead to someone suggesting there's a logjam and a someone needs to be traded. Coaches and GMs prefer to focus on who finishes the game, but the truth is even players care about who starts. It's a badge of honor.
But here's why it doesn't and shouldn't matter in Denver.
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