The Nuggets are gauging the value for Bones Hyland ahead of next week’s trade deadline, including both canvassing the league and taking calls on the second-year guard, two league sources told The Denver Post.
Ahead of next Thursday’s trade deadline, the Nuggets are seeking players with two-way skills on similar, cost-controlled contracts as Hyland has in addition to pick compensation. The Nuggets believe they have traction on potentially acquiring a first-round pick, sources said.
Hyland has two years left on his rookie deal worth approximately $6.4 million.
Hyland’s averaging 12.3 points in nearly 20 minutes per game and shooting 38% from 3-point range so far this season. Yahoo first reported Hyland’s availability.
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