After a memorable run in the 2013 NBA Playoffs with the Chicago BullsNate Robinson is on the move again. After looking at teams, like the Milwaukee Bucks, Dallas Mavericks and Atlanta Hawks, Robinson will reportedly sign with his sixth team in nine seasons, the Denver Nuggets.

Thanks to the Nuggets' bi-annual salary cap exception, which will give him up to $4.03 million with a player option in the second season, Nate will play alongside guards, such as Ty Lawson, Andre Miller, Randy Foye and Evan Fournier. While it does sound like an awfully crowded backcourt, we're sure that newly-minted head coach Brian Shaw will find a place for Krypto-Nate.

Just another piece to add to the current Knick-Nuggets' roster.   

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[via USA Today]