After just a six game run in Boston, Jameer Nelson (who was part of last month's Rondo to Dallas deal) has been dealt to Denver for fellow point guard Nate Robinson (who returns to the Celtics whom he played for four seasons ago). That reunion will be short-lived/nonexistent as the Celtics are expected to buyout Robinson's $2.1 million dollar contract, before waiving the NBA's "diminutive" journeyman. He was averaging 5.8 PPG in limited playing time for the Nuggets. According to Yahoo Sports, a likely suitor for Robinson's services could be the Clippers, who have previously expressed interest in the veteran.

As for Nelson, he has been hampered by an ankle injury lately but is expected to return to the court for the Celtics soon. His contract expires at the end of the year, but he has a player option for next season. So far, on the year he's averaged 6.8 PPG, along with 4.4 APG, while splitting time between both Dallas and Beantown.

[via Yahoo Sports]