The Denver Nuggets signed Wilson Chandler to a contract that is four-plus years in length and worth $37 million, according to Sports Illustrated's Sam Amick:
Wilson Chandler's deal with Denver is four-plus seasons (this one and four more) for $37 million, with no options, his agent says.— Sam Amick (@sam_amick) March 18, 2012
The terms of this deal are not unexpected since the Nuggets would only sign Chandler to a multi-year deal. Had he signed for the remainder of the season, Chandler would have been an unrestricted free agent, leaving the Nuggets without any compensation or a chance to match any contract offer, which the team could have done this season had Chandler inked his name to an offers sheet.
Chandler is expected to be in action on Monday with JaVale McGee also making his debut.
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