The Denver Nuggets have signed free agent Anthony Randolph. Terms have not been reported. In order to do so, the team waived big man Chris Andersen using the amnesty provision. Teams under the salary cap will now be allowed to make blind auction bids on the "Birdman."
Via Benjamin Hochman, Denver Post
The Denver Nuggets cut Chris "Birdman" Andersen from its roster and signed in his place free-agent Anthony Randolph, a source said Tuesday. Denver used the NBA's amnesty clause to waive the seldom-used Andersen, a source said.
Via Yahoo Sports
Nuggets signed Wolves free agent forward Anthony Randolph to a three-year deal paying $6 million, source tells Yahoo! Sports.