Nate Robinson has finally signed with a NBA team. After a long waiting process Nate has decided to sign with the Denver Nuggets. This is a 2year deal with the 2nd year being a player option, and its worth 4million dollars. In Robinsons only year in Chicago he enjoyed his best season in the NBA last year averaging 13.1 ppg, 4.4assist per game, and shot a career best 40.5. from three point range. Nate is a fan favorite, and when he’s hitting his shots he can carry a team. He will try to fill the scoring need for the Nuggets who lost starter Andre Iguodala and 6th man Corey Brewer who were two important pieces to what they did on offense last year. Nuggets will be a completely different team this year especially with their best player Danilo Gallinari still recovering from ACL surgery, but said he should be back by December. Nate will play a lot of shooting guard this year along with Evan Fournier. Nate will be remembered in Chicago for his playoff performance against the Brooklyn Nets when he scored 23pts in the 4th qtr in a Bulls win. We wish Nate good luck with the Nuggets.
Just last week the Warriors cleared out cap space by trading Richard Jefferson, Andris Biedrins, Brandon Rush, and two picks to the Jazz to clear cap space so they go out and sign Andre Iguodola to a four- year, 48-million dollar contract. Warriors continued their strong off season by bolstering their bench by signing Jermaine O’neal, Toney Douglas, and Marreese Speights this week. Speights signed a three-year deal 15-million dollar contract. Jermaine O’neal signed a one-year deal worth 2 million dollars, and Toney Douglas signed a one-year deal worth 1.6million dollars. Although the Warriors lost Carl Landry to the Kings, and Iso Jack (My nickname for him) aka Jarrett Jack to the Cavs. They have quietly improved their bench with Harrison Barnes or Klay Thompson being their 6th man. I prefer Harrison off the bench. O’neal and Speights will definitely be needed for big man help as Andrew Bogut has been battling injuries the last couple of years. O’neal will also provide that tough veteran leadership for these young Warriors. Douglas is a score first pg, but he’s proven to be able to hit the three. All and all the Warriors have had a very successful off season and on paper they’re easily a top 4 seed in the Western Conference. The new Warriors owners have sent the message to the league that the Warriors are here to stay and they’re serious about winning. So Dub City get your popcorn ready, because this team will be fun to watch!