Former Minnesota Timberwolves PF/C Anthony Randolph has a new home now, as he got signed by the Denver Nuggets on Tuesday night, a move by Denver to get more athleticism and size on their bench.
The 23 year old former first round pick has had two different stints with the Timberwolves in his short career, playing for the Wolves in 2010/2011 before moving to the New York Knicks and then eventually coming back to Minny for 2011/2012. The young big man averaged 7.4 points, 3.6 rebounds and a block in 15.2 minutes per game of play off the bench.
To make the move, the Nuggets used the amnesty clause on Chris 'Birdman' Andersen to open up the roster spot.
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