Nate Robinson and the Nuggets have agreed to a two-year deal Monday worth $4 million, as confirmed by Marc Spears of Y! Sports.
This past season, Robinson played with the Chicago Bulls, averaging 13.1 points and 4.4 assists. He was the catalyst behind Chicago’s lone win against the Miami Heat in the playoffs, scoring 27 points.
Robinson tweeted yesterday regarding his departure, saying that “Chicago will always have a place in my heart” and that he will miss his teammates whom he describes as “stand up guys.”
Despite him moving teams, Robinson will be a reserve point guard in Denver due to the presence of Ty Lawson. The Nuggets already have a strong presence of point guards, including the talents of Andre Miller and Randy Foye.
Recently, Brian Shaw became the head coach of the Nuggets. The addition of Robinson could mean that there will be changes made to the who plays during the season.
Where will Robinson fit on his new team?