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The Denver Nuggets agreed to a five-year contract worth up to $43 million with restricted free-agent guard Arron Afflalo, the Denver Post reported Monday. Nuggets coach George Karl was preaching the importance of bringing back Afflalo, the player he considered the "glue guy" of the team.
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The Denver Nuggets have agreed to a five-year deal with restricted free agent Arron Afflalo.
The Denver Post first reported Monday night the guard had agreed to a contract that could be worth up to $43 million.
Nuggets coach George Karl was preaching the importance of bringing back Afflalo, the player he considered the ''glue guy'' of the team.
Nuggets guard Arron Afflalo is glad to be back with the team and excited to get on the court.
The Denver Nuggets have re-signed guard Arron Afflalo to a multiyear contract, Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations Masai Ujiri announced today. Per team policy, financial terms were not disclosed. We’ll post contract details here later today.
Afflalo, 6-5, 215, set career-highs in several statistical categories in 2010-11, including points (12.6), rebounds (3.6) and...
The Denver Nuggets have reportedly re-signed guard Arron Afflalo to a five-year contract.
The Denver Nuggets are close to finalizing a deal to re-sign restricted free agent Arron Afflalo, according to sources close to the process.
Thanks to the re-signing of Arron Afflalo, the Nuggets coach's lineup is set with the type of players he adores — team-first players who take pride in defense.
For the first season in five, the Nuggets will not win 50 games. George Karl may not admit it, but he would take 45 victories and be happy as a sunflower in Provence.
Now that Antonio McDyess has retired, the San Antonio Spurs are left without another big man on their roster. And as available free agent centers begin to dwindle, one big man the Spurs had their eyes on was Mexican forward/center Gustavo Ayon.
However, Ayon (nicknamed "The Titan") will be taking his talents to the New Orleans Hornets.
According to ESPN Deportes, Ayon...
After the playoffs, Antonio McDyess sounded like a guy ready to retire. After the lockout there was the thought he might be willing and able to give it a go in the shortened season, but that is not going to happen, reports Mike Monroe of the Express-News. The team acknowledged that McDyess won’t be back,…
Antonio McDyess was waived by the San Antonio Spurs on Monday, clearing a path to retirement for the 17-year NBA veteran.
The Denver Nuggets continued their post-Carmelo Anthony rebuilding effort Monday, signing restricted free agent guard Arron Afflalo to a five-year deal worth up to $43 million, a source confirmed to SI.com
SAN ANTONIO – The San Antonio Spurs today announced that forward Steve Novak has been placed on waivers. He originally signed with the Spurs on March 4, 2011. In 23 games in San Antonio, during the 2010-11 season, he averaged 4.0 points in 8.6 minutes. Novak re-signed with the Spurs on December 15, 2011.
At the same time the team announced that, due to the structure of his contract...