DENVER (AP) – Nuggets forward Darrell Arthur and point guard Nate Robinson have exercised their contract options for the upcoming season.
Denver general manager Tim Connelly announced the news Monday.
Arthur averaged nearly six points a game for Denver last season and knocked down a career-high 24 3-pointers. The Nuggets picked him up in a draft-night trade last June.
Robinson scored 10.4 points and dished out 2.5 assists last year for the Nuggets before a knee injury on Jan. 29 ended his season. In his career, the diminutive point guard has also played for Chicago, Golden State, Oklahoma City, Boston and New York.
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