The March 15th trade deadline is quickly approaching and Denver, like many contenders, will be asking themselves one simple question.
Should we make a move before the trade deadline?
The Nuggets already had quite the productive off-season as Nene and Arron Afflalo were resigned. Shortly after the season began, Denver signed Danilo Gallinari and Kosta Koufos to extensions as well.
The Nuggets have prided themselves on being a successful team without a big name superstar. But with all of the valuable assets that Denver has at its disposal, is it time for the Nuggets to dangle some of them in hope of bringing a superstar to Denver.
The answer is no; for now.
It appears that the majority of Denver's roster isn't going anywhere. However Denver it known that reserve center, Chris Anderson, is on the trading block and it is only a matter of time before they start entertaining offers for Andre Miller.
Let's start with Miller. There are many things about Miller's play this year as well as his contract that could make him an attractive option for multiple teams.
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