The Denver Nuggets reached an agreement on a five-year, $34 million contract with free agent Al Harrington on Tuesday.
Harrington, 6'9", provides the Nuggets with much needed depth, as Denver is expecting to start the 2010-11 season without starting power forward Kenyon Martin and dependable backup Chris Andersen, as a result of offseason surgeries.
The Nuggets and Nets have been two of the biggest losers in the free agency frenzy, as they have both failed to sign any top free agents. However, the Nuggets made a decent move by getting Harrington.
The Nets meanwhile, have failed to make any substantial moves throughout this free agency period. This is extremely surprising, considering two of the NBA's best young talents in Devin Harris and Brook Lopez are playing in New Jersey.
Denver also made two relatively unnoticed moves today as they have agreed to deals with Shelden Williams and Anthony Carter to improve their bench depth further.
The actual terms are undisclosed.