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The Nuggets don't have anyone to trade after trading Anthony.
Andre Iguodala to the Denver Nuggets does not make sense. Iguodala is a scoring guard, who has a knack of pouring in buckets in short spurts. His career average is 15.6 points per game, but that went down when he was injured last season.
The last three seasons, he has averaged about 18 points per game.
Iguodala is also sound defensively.
However, does this make sense for the Nuggets? I mean they just traded Carmelo Anthony.
The most likely player to trade would be J.R. Smith, as he is a free agent, but that would not likely be enough. It might also include Ty Lawson. Even that, Smith is likely to test free-agent waters.
Then who? Lawson and Andre Miller or Wilson Chandler and a draft pick.
Who would play point guard then? Sounds like a huge risk for the Nuggets to me.