Originally Posted by BroncoMan4ever
they have the cap space, and trade bait necessary to make that happen. it just depends on whether the Kroenke's are content to sit back and have a really deep no stars team that flames out in the playoffs. it is a little like the Rockies situation for the Nuggets now. the regular season is great, they win at a 95% rate at home, and sell a **** load of ticket, and really the fans don't expect Denver to win or really compete for a championship. so laying out money for superstars isn't necessary because the fans don't expect to win much anyway. just like the Rockies. why spend a fortune when ticket sales are great even for a typically terrible team.
Really if they can get a good shooter at a very reasonable price.
Ray Allen is making $4 million a year. That's all Denver needs. A guy that can shoot the ball. Doesn't have to play great defense and can be a part time player. They need someone that can go in for 10 minutes and provide instant offense.