Nate Robinson, most nobly known for his role as Derrick Rose’s replacement this past season, has agreed to terms with the Denver Nuggets, according to multiple reports.
The deal is, reportedly, for 2-years worth just over $4 million per the Denver Post.
Robinson averaged 13.1 points, 4.4 assists and 2.2 rebounds last season with the Chicago Bulls, serving in the absence of Rose. The 29-year-old guard also played in all 82 regulars season games (the first time he’s done that in his career), while starting 23 of them.
Apart from the Nuggets, Robinson was in talks with the Milwaukee Bucks (of course), Atlanta Hawks and Dallas Mavericks. Denver is going to be the sixth team that Robinson will have played for in his nine seasons in the NBA.
Robinson left his parting shots on Twitter, showing his gratitude towards Chi-Town.
Robinson joins a backcourt of Ty Lawson, Randy Foye, Andre Miller and Evan Fournier in Denver.