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At this point, it has become a household phrase. People that have no understanding of the basketball draft know the term. "Trust the Process" has grown to become a phrase that all recognize to mean "weather the storm, while it's bad now, we are gonna end up on top." In a recent video by Adam Mares of the Denver Stiffs, he explains the reality of rebuilding teams during the "Trust the Process" Era. (https://www.denverstiffs.com/platform/amp/2019/7/15/20695140/the-denver-nuggets-are-the-real-trust-the-process-team?utm_campaign=adam_mares&utm_content=chorus&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&__twitter_impression=true)

This video led me to realize that Nuggets fans currently need to "Trust the Process" more than ever. This summer's free agency has thrown a lot of our fans into doubt. Why didn't we make moves to get a superstar like everyone else? How are we going to compete with these incredible pairings? Is Murray really worth the max?

We have no reason to worry about our future. Looking through our recent draft choices through the years, our front office has shown that it can scope out and develop talented players. I highly recommend you watch Mares' video I already mentioned, as he explains how we have developed from the draft. If there was ever a time for this fanbase to have faith, it is now. Jokic developed from within because of trust from the coaches and office. He has become the undoubted leader of the team as the 41st pick. Murray proved he can be a star in the playoffs. The rest of our team is craving to get to the next step, and some were held back by injury. There is unfinished business.

It's time to Dig In.

Not only paying tribute to our late ABA and entire NBA history as the Nuggets, this slogan perfectly encompasses what out front office has been consistently preaching. The team needs to trust in each other, buy in to the gameplan, and keep on working to get better. We were the 2nd seed in the intensely competitive Western Conference, but that's just the beginning. We cannot be satisfied.

Dig In.

The fans need to trust in the front office. Murray is one of the hardest working players in the NBA, and he is his own biggest critic. At least according to Michael Malone. Murray has consistently grown as a player every season he has been in the NBA. He showed glimpses of what he can be in his first playoff appearance, and the front office rewarded him. We didn't blow up what we have build in order to try to sign players like Kawhi, Tobias Harris, or Kevin Durant. While there were incredible players available, our front office determined our best option was to keep trusting our development and commitment. Our patience was rewarded with the availability of Jeremi Grant. It is clear what the Denver Nuggets' plan is for the future, and we as fans need to believe in it.

Dig In.

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Carmelo had some good years as a nugget but his exit was messy and he ultimately didn’t win anything. How is Melo/the Melo era looked at by Denver fans

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DenverNuggets - Reddit by /u/boruzz - 14h ago

seen on here, r/nba and twitter about how we should package a trade around gary harris and picks for beal and i dont get why. It makes our defense worse and gives us another high usage mouth to feed, we just paid murray huge money in hope he gives us what beal does and then some. makes no sense to me. let me know what you think though

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