The Nuggets have waived guard Chasson Randle and undrafted rookie forward Grant Golden, according to Mike Singer of The Denver Post, who adds that both players are expected to land with the Grand Rapids Gold, Denver’s G League affiliate (Twitter links).
Randle and Golden were signed to Exhibit 10 contracts, so they could each receive a bonus worth up to $50K if they spend at least 60 days with the Gold.
Randle, 29, has appeared in a total of 119 NBA regular season games for the Sixers, Knicks, Wizards, Warriors and Magic since making his debut in January 2017. He holds career averages of 5.7 points, 1.4 rebounds and 1.8 assists on .401/.361/.799 shooting in 16.1 minutes per contest.
Golden, 24, spent his entire college career at Richmond, averaging 13.7 PPG, 6.0 RPG, and 2.9 APG on .506/.280/.706 shooting in 37 games (27.6 MPG) as a “super senior” in 2021/22. After going undrafted, the 6’10” forward played for the Hawks’ Summer League team in Las Vegas, logging limited minutes in four appearances.
The Nuggets now have a full 15-man standard roster (all on guaranteed contracts) and both two-way slots filled, so it appears as though their regular season roster is set.