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.

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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.

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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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