Per Benjamin Hochman of the Denver Post, the Nuggets are closing in on a two-year deal with free agent guard Nate Robinson.
The 5’9″ point guard played all 82 games (23 as a starter) for the Chicago Bulls last season and averaged 13.1 points and 4.4 assists in just over 24 minutes per game.
The 10-year vet averaged 16.3 points per game off 44 percent shooting in 12 postseason games last year, including a 34-point effort (23 in the fourth quarter) in a game 4 win against the Brooklyn Nets.
The deal is reportedly worth just over $4 million dollars over two seasons, with a player option in the second. The last team Robinson has spent more than one consecutive season with was the New York Knicks (’05-’09).
The Nuggets are the sixth different suitor for Robinson in his 10 seasons.