In an empty Nuggets locker room, aside from a few trainers and assorted media members, Will Barton exited the showers, gradually limped over to his locker located on the west side of the team’s dressing room and eased into the black leather chair embroidered with his No. 5. Barton began to dress. Slowly and gently. First his jeans, one leg at a time. Then his socks, his shoes and finally a white tee shirt and grey sweater.