The Denver Nuggets have agreed in principle to sign free-agent guard Nate Robinson, sources told Yahoo! Sports on Monday.
Robinson's contract is expected to be a two-year deal using the biannual exception with a player's option his second season. With guard Derrick Rose sidelined all of last season, Robinson was a key player for the Chicago Bulls, averaging 13.1 points and 4.4 assists while also playing big in the postseason.
The Nuggets ahave two other point guards in starter Ty Lawson and veteran Andre Miller, who has two years left on his contract.
Related coverage on Yahoo! Sports:
• Why is the NBA reimbursing the Thunder for part of Kevin Durant’s contract?
• Paul Pierce says Kevin Garnett sold him on the Nets
• Watch: Could Kobe Bryant be back by the preseason?