Denver Nuggets Reportedly Mulling Using Amnesty on Chris Andersen

Chris Andersen, Al Harrington, Timofey Mozgov, Ty Lawson. That is the list of players on which the Denver Nuggets can use the amnesty provision from the current CBA.  In order to be eligible to be amnestied, a player’s current contract must have been agreed to and signed prior to the ratification of the CBA. Looking […]

2012 Summer League Game 2: Denver Nuggets 77 Dallas Mavericks 88

I honestly didn’t know it was possible for a team to record just one fast break point in an entire game. You learn something new every day. The summer league is a pretty loose interpretation of NBA basketball, but these are still real Nuggets coaches, real Nuggets players and (some) real NBA caliber talent competing […]

2012 Summer League Game 1: Denver Nuggets 74 Golden State Warriors 95

Summer league is all about experimentation. In a setting where wins and losses aren’t exactly of the utmost importance, coaches are using the opportunity to throw a bunch of darts at the wall in order to see what sticks.  While the results are a mixed bag that typically don’t lead you to any concrete conclusions, […]

A few good tweets

It is very tiresome keeping up with free agency. There is only so much analysis that can be relayed. These tweets speak for themselves. Yannis Koutroupis (HoopsWorld.com): Denver GM Masai Ujiri provides update on JaVale McGee. Negotiations going positively. They’re not looking elsewhere and neither is JaVale. JaVale will be in Las Vegas within the […]

Andre Miller: $15 million man?

On July 5, ESPN.com’s John Hollinger reported Andre Miller’s new contract with the Nuggets would run roughly $5 million per year, with the third and final year being partially guaranteed. Now Matt Steinmetz, a CSNBayArea.com contributor and Bay Area radio personality, is corroborating Hollinger’s initial announcement with an exact number. Steinmetz is reporting Miller’s contract […]

The Denver Nuggets sign Evan Fournier – What does it mean?

The Denver Nuggets have agreed to terms with Evan Fournier whom they selected with the 20th pick in the 2012 NBA Draft.  Following the draft Masai Ujiri spoke of how the Fournier appealed to the Nuggets as a player they could stash overseas for a year or two.  The fact that they signed him brings […]

JaVale McGee – To Pay or Not to Pay, That is the Question

In the summer of 1996 Dikembe Mutombo was a free agent.  Dikembe was the best player on the Nuggets, but the Atlanta Hawks offered him a sizeable contract.  Bernie Bickerstaff was faced with a decision.  Pay Dikembe more than he felt he was worth, or let the cornerstone of the franchise walk. Bernie decided that […]

Nuggets on verge of re-signing McGee? [Updated]

With free agents now officially allowed to sign with NBA teams, SI.com’s Sam Amick is reporting talks with JaVale McGee “are progressing and all signs point to his Nuggets tenure continuing.” This is obviously a fluid situation so stay tuned for more details; nevertheless, early indications appear promising. Update 9:33 AM Mountain – Benjamin Hochman […]

Breaking down the 2012 Summer League roster

Earlier today the Nuggets announced the 13 players Chad Iske will coach in the Las Vegas summer league next week. Nuggets fans should be pleased to know that every one of Denver’s draft picks from the last two seasons will be in attendance, only further proving that Masai and Josh are building an organization that […]

Denver Nuggets Announce Summer League Roster

The Denver Nuggets have announced their summer league roster and it is complete with everyone Nuggets fans will want to watch. Veterans Kenneth Faried, Jordan Hamilton and Julyan Stone are joined by all three draft picks, Evan Fournier, Quincy Miller and Izzet Turkyilmaz as well as last summer’s second round selection Chu Chu Maduabum.  I […]