Northwest Notes: Shaw, Nuggets, Blazers

Here's a look at the latest out of the Northwest Division..

  • New Nuggets head coach Brian Shaw told Benjamin Hochman of the Denver Post (on Twitter) that he likely won't run the triangle offense in Denver.  As a former Phil Jackson pupil, many expected Shaw to implement the Zen Master's patented gameplan where ever he went.  Most recently, Shaw worked under Pacers coach Frank Vogel and helped take the Pacers to the Eastern Conference finals.
  • The Trail Blazers have interest in restricted free agents Tiago Splitter (Spurs) and Nikola Pekovic (Wolves), according to John Canzano of 750 The Game (on Twitter).  Canzano warns, however, that the Blazers should be very reluctant to get involved in a free agent offer sheet that will be matched.
  • Wolves president Flip Saunders doesn't sound as though he's looking to move up in Thursday's draft, writes Kent Youngblood of the Star Tribune.  The Wolves have the No. 9 and No. 26 picks in the draft but Saunders sees this class as being full of players who are good, not great.

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