After spending the season in China, Wilson Chandler is back in America and will meet with the Nuggets today in Denver, according to Benjamin Hochman of the Denver Post (via Twitter). Chandler will be exploring a long-term or rest-of-season contract with the team.
While Chandler's Chinese team will be playing in the CBA postseason later this week, Chandler seems to have been allowed to come home early, as we heard on Friday. It's not clear yet whether the 24-year-old has been granted a FIBA letter of clearance, but as soon as he's cleared, he'll be eligible for restricted NBA free agency.
Teams are not allowed to sign restricted free agents to offer sheets as of March 1st, so it appears Chandler should have a small window available to entertain offers from teams besides Denver. Reports so far though indicate that he intends to re-sign with the Nuggets, who could match any offer made by another club.