Nuggets Field In Strange Starting Line-Up of Two Power Forwards and Three Centers

In their first tune-up game at the bubble, the Denver Nuggets opted for an all-big men starting line-up with Nikola Jokic manning the point.

Photo by David Zalubowski/AP

Photo by David Zalubowski/AP

In a stunning move by Nuggets head coach Michael Malone, the team used this all-big starting line-up during their first scrimmage against the Washington Wizards today. (h/t NBA on ESPN)

Jokic manning the point guard duties is actually not a surprise as he has been the focal point of the team’s offense for years now. However, the inclusion of the 7-foot-2 Bol Bol sent shockwaves to NBA fans. The 20-year old rookie has not yet played this season due to a foot injury.

But the lanky big man looked healthy out there and definitely didn’t disappoint the team. If you can do things like this on both ends of the floor, why wouldn’t a coach start you? (h/t Sportscenter)

The Nuggets would go on and beat the Wizards, 89-82. Bol impressed with a do-it-all stat line of 16 points, 10 rebounds and 6 blocks.

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