PJ Dozier has agreed to a one-year deal with the Denver Nuggets.
Dozier spent last season on a Two-Way contract with the Boston Celtics.
Dr Huge Pecs wrote:From hoopsrumors.com
The Nuggets have reached a one-year deal with guard PJ Dozier, Adrian Wojnarowksi of ESPN tweets.
Dozier had a two-way contract with the Celtics last season and excelled at the G League level. He made the All-G League Third Team as a member of the Maine Red Claws.
The Nuggets have some open roster spots. They have 14 guaranteed contracts as well as the reported signing of Tyler Cook and unsigned second-round pick Bol Bol. Both of their two-way slots are available.
It can’t be an Exhibit 10 contract since the Nuggets don’t own a G League franchise, Bobby Marks of ESPN tweets.
Dozier became a free agent when the Celtics declined to extend him a qualifying offer. The 6’6” combo guard appeared in six games with Boston last season, averaging 3.2 PPG and 2.8 RPG. The South Carolina product averaged 21.1 PPG, 6.6 RPG and 6.7 APG in 35.3 MPG over 46 games in the G League.
He appeared in two games with Oklahoma City the previous season.
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