When the Denver Nuggets let go of their former general management duo of Mark Warkentien and Rex Chapman in the summer of 2010, it meant that owner Stan Kroenke’s son was due for a big raise and a big role in the organization. Since Stan’s son Josh Kroenke was named team president (for both the Nuggets and the NHL’s Colorado Avalanche), the Nuggets experience has been like a million-dollar roller coaster. Less than two months into Josh’s new job, he had to face a trade demand from one of the best Nuggets ever in Carmelo Anthony, and the star forward was traded only a couple of months later. The Nuggets proceeded to defy all odds, and make the playoffs twice without Melo. They even posted a franchise best 57 wins in the 2012-13 season. But the turmoil has been a constant with the younger Kroenke running the show, and even with two winning seasons right off the bat, the team has been through two general managers, three head coaches, a plethora of players and when this season concludes, Josh will have two consecutive losing seasons to go along with those winning ones. Through it all, it’s clear the team president has maintained and utilized the power that comes with having the “final say” on basketball operations. Fans can see his touch on decisions the Nuggets have made. Even recently, when the Nuggets benched their three best players in Ty Lawson,  Danilo Gallinari, and Kenneth Faried against the Memphis Grizzles last Monday, reports came out that it surely wasn’t head coach Melvin Hunt who made the call…. Josh’s “final say” has been a part of the bigger franchise decisions too. There were reports that the decision to fire former head coach Brian Shaw came directly from ownership, as the Colorado Springs Gazette reported, “The timing of this move suggests the decision came from above the pay grade of general manager Tim Connelly.” So we have to ask! Josh, since you’re making the decision, what do you plan to do about interim head coach Melvin Hunt? … – Click Here To Visit Article Source