Nuggets waive Gary Clark, Greg Whittington, add Shaq Harrison on two-way deal, sources says

The Denver Nuggets are waiving wing Gary Clark two weeks after arriving from Orlando in the Aaron Gordon trade, a league source confirmed to The Denver Post.

The Nuggets didn’t have immediate plans to add anyone into Clark’s spot, multiple league sources said, but planned to survey the buyout landscape in hopes of potentially boosting their backcourt depth.

Waiving Clark before Friday gives him the chance to join a playoff team.

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The Nuggets also waived oft-injured two-way forward Greg Whittington on Thursday, a league source confirmed, and added rangy guard Shaq Harrison on a two-way deal.

Harrison played 17 games with Utah this season after spending the last two seasons with Chicago. In his best season with the Bulls, Harrison averaged 6.5 points and three rebounds.

ESPN first reported Thursday’s transactions.

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Source:: The Denver Post – Sports


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