NBA Trade Rumors: The Denver Nuggets are reportedly shopping nearly everyone on their roster, including Ty Lawson, Kenneth Faried, Arron Afflalo and Wilson Chandler For the right price, you can probably land one of the Denver Nuggets better players on their roster. According to Grantland’s Zach Lowe, nearly everyone on the Nuggets can be had before Thursday’s NBA trade deadline, including Ty Lawson, Kenneth Faried, Arron Afflalo and Wilson Chandler. [via NBA Trade Deadline Primer: Mining for (Nuggets of) Gold — Grantland] They’ve been seeking multiple first-round picks for both Wilson Chandler and Arron Afflalo, talking with obvious contender types like the Blazers and ambulance-chasing with banged-up playoff teams like the Wizards. Snagging two firsts for Timofey Mozgov emboldened the Denver front office to chase big returns, and the rest of the league is waiting for Denver to step back as the deadline approaches. Anyone could have JaVale McGee for a fruit basket. The more interesting questions surround Ty Lawson and Kenneth Faried. Denver isn’t shopping those guys, but Jusuf Nurkic is the only true untouchable on the roster, per several league sources who have dealt with the Nuggets. The sense around the league is that you could land Lawson or Faried with a Godfather offer. They are gettable. Boston and Denver have had exploratory talks about Lawson, per several sources. First of all, every other contending team in need of a wing can blame the Cleveland Cavaliers for overpaying for Mozgov, which makes everything else the Nuggets have on their team overpriced right now. A game of chicken between the Nuggets and contending teams, such as the Los Angeles Clippers, Portland Trail Blazers and Washington Wizards, isn’t going to end well for the latter. I honestly don’t think the Nuggets feel the need to move their pieces at the moment. Whether that changes between now and Thursday remains to be seen, but the Nuggets don’t seem in any hurry to move their assets. They seem perfectly fine with staying in the middle-ground of the Western Conference, which is exactly where NBA teams should … – Click Here To Visit Article Source