Following the departure of Jerami Grant to the Detroit Pistons, the Denver Nuggets were in the market looking for a strong forward capable of playing good defense as well as being able to stretch the floor with.
The found that in JaMychal Green, who according to Shams Charania from The Athletic, has signed a two-year deal, worth $15M with the Nuggets organization. The deal will include a second-year player option.
The Athletic's Shams Charania also reported Denver matched the three-year, $60M offer Jerami Grant received from Detroit but he wanted to have a more offensive role with the Pistons.
Green, who shot 39.4% from three-point land over the last two seasons, was an important role player for the Clippers in the postseason. Throughout the 63 games he played with Los Angeles in last year's regular season, he averaged 6.8 points and 6.2 rebounds on 20.7 minutes per contest.
The 30 year-old went undrafted in the 2012 NBA Draft. After multiple stops in the G-League and overseas, Green finally established himself as a player in the league in 2015, where he's signed deals with San Antonio, Memphis, Los Angeles and now, Denver.