Nuggets assign Quincy Miller to D-League

In a move that should surprise nobody, the Nuggets have announced that Quincy Miller has been assigned to the D-League’s Iowa Energy. Miller has not seen a minute of court time with the Nuggets this year. In fact, I’m not even sure if he’s dressed for a game up to this point. Every cut away I’ve seen with Miller in it, he’s usually wearing a suit. Regardless, this is a good move by the Nuggets. It will be interesting seeing how Miller reacts to this opportunity. If nothing else, he should view this as a growing experience and unexpected confidence builder. Stay tuned as RMC will keep you updated on his status throughout his campaign in Iowa.

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Kalen Deremo

Kalen was born in Durango, CO, in 1988 and graduated from Metropolitan State University of Denver in 2013 with a degree in journalism. He's now an itinerant hoping to travel as much as possible before eventually succumbing to the "real world." Aside from writing Kalen likes movies, music, spicy food and the great outdoors. Edward Abbey is his current idol.

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  • DH

    Very happy about this. Although it was probably good for Q to be around the team for a while to see what the NBA is all about and to learn what the Nuggets’ philosophies are, it’s time for him to get on the court and work on his game. I hope he tears it up in the D-League.

  • dynamo.joe

    Here’s hoping he can dominae there.

    Didn’t our D-League team play in Idaho?

    I wonder if Stone (when he’s ready to play) and/or Fournier will get sent down?

    • dynamo.joe

      Dominae? Sometimes I wonder why I get up in the morning.

      Not usually tho, cuz usually I don’t get up until afternoon.

  • eddi0

    Does this mean that we will have a free spot on the roster? Outside shooting please but gut says we end up with Anthony Carter somehow.

    • Kalen

      I’m pretty sure you can’t add another person to your roster when you send someone down to the D-League. This same question came up last year when Hamilton and Stone went to Idaho last year.

      • TJ McBride

        if the player is signed by the team he automatically takes up a roster spot. When we drafted Fournier, if we let him go overseas we wouldnt have to sign him, freeing up a roster spot. But we signed him to a contract and even if he played in the D-league or went back overseas next season he would still take up a spot.

  • Gregory

    Not sure where else to post this, but we haven’t seen your Nugget player rankings 1-3…way to keep us in suspense.

    • Kalen

      Ugh, I know. Sorry about that. There’s only so much you can do. We will get those out though. I promise that.

  • OriginalJakeSauce

    Agreed, need to see your preseason perspectives of threst of the team. Haven’t said anything because I know I was a jerk about it before… but come on, give us what you thought 3 weeks ago or more.

  • Daniel Y

    George Karl loses another one. Goes small to finish the game the bigs brought you back into…is he ever going to realize that thats not how you win in todays nba?