(NEW YORK) — Even with injuries starting to mount for the Denver Nuggets, they still have no plans to reconcile with point guard Andre Miller.
“There won’t be any reaching out from our end,” head coach Brian Shaw told the Denver Post. “I think we’ve operated and done everything that we’re supposed to do. So, if there is any reaching out that needs to be done I think the reaching out has to come from him to us. But at this point we’re still trying to evaluate the situation.”
The team recent lost guard Nate Robinson to a torn ACL, and the team is lacking depth at the guard position.
Miller hasn’t played since Dec. 30 after a confrontation with Shaw regarding playing. He is essentially suspended by the team as he is excused from all team activities going forward.
The 37-year-old Miller is a 15-year veteran who’s averaged 13.6 points and 7.0 assists per game during his career.
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