Denver Nuggets Extend Offer to Al Harrington: Does He Fit in Denver?

July 13th, 2010 by Rich Kurtzman Leave a reply »

In this wild summer of free agency, the Denver Nuggets have been extremely quiet during an important time in franchise history.

Carmelo Anthony is waiting on the front office to make a move before he signs his extension—he wants a big man, so do a plethora of Nuggets fans—yet Denver hasn’t signed anyone new.

In fact, the Nuggets lost their one young big man, seven-footer Johan Petro, to the Nets. Petro was showing some potential. He was growing better as a role player, and Denver let him go to New Jersey.

It’s not to say the Nuggets front office hasn’t been trying, but it makes one wonder how hard they’re trying with all the movement around the Association.

Denver offered Udonis Haslem somewhere between $10-20 million more than he eventually took to stay in Miami with Mike Miller. Yes, Haslem said the deciding factor was playing with Miller, who teamed up with Haslem at the University of Florida.

The Nuggets wanted Jermaine O’Neal, but he went to the Celtics ...

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