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Nuggets Sign Nikola Jokic To Five-Year Max Contract

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As expected, the Denver Nuggets have signed Nikola Jokic to a five-year, maximum-salary deal, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

The new max contract for Jokic projects to be worth $147,710,050 and ensures that he continues to be the building block for the organization moving forward.

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Nuggets’ Gary Harris Set for MRI

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The Denver Nuggets will be holding out hope that the injury that Gary Harris suffered, and forced him to leave Monday’s game against the Toronto Raptors, isn’t a serious injury that will cause him to be sidelined for a long time.

Harris left the court after nine minutes of play in the first quarter of Monday night’s surprise win over Toronto, is scheduled to undergo an MRI to determine the extent of his injury.

 

“The one thing I feel awful about is Gary Harris,” Nuggets coach Mike Malone said following the game, according to ESPN’s Tim Bontemps. “Definitely keep Gary in our thoughts.

“He’s frustrated, just getting back from an injury, and to have that [and] not be able to come back in tonight. We’ll see how severe the injury is, and hopefully we can get him back really soon. But Gary’s such a big part of what we’re trying to do. Big loss.”

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Nuggets Exercise Options on Jamal Murray, Juan Hernangomez

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The Denver Nuggets have officially exercised their 2019-2020 team options on Jamal Murray and Juan Hernangomes, per an official team announcement on Tuesday.

Earlier today, Denver exercised the option for Malik Beasley.

With all the moves, Denver will add $10.5 million in guaranteed money to their cap next year, including $4,444,746 for Murray, $3,321,030 for Hernangomez, and $2,731,714 for Beasley, and all three players will be extension eligible on July 1st, 2019.

 

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Nuggets Exercise Option on Malik Beasley

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The Denver Nuggets exercised the fourth-year option on the contract of Malik Beasley, according to The Athletic’s Michael Scotto.

Beasley has averaged 4.8 points and 1.6 rebounds over 5 games played this season, and his tenacious defense, athleticism, as well as his touch from 3-point land, are both talents that the Nuggets like about the young guard.

 

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