Former Nuggets and current veteran free agent Paul Millsap is still in the open market, with several contenders being interested in signing him for the veteran minimum.
Bleacher Report’s Jake Fischer reported Tuesday that the Warriors are the team “most often linked” to Paul Millsap. The former All-Star finished a pretty demanding season in Denver.
“Golden State has been the team most often linked by league sources to Paul Millsap, arguably the most consequential free agent left. Yet while the 36-year-old former All-Star has drawn interest from the Warriors, Hawks, Nets, Pelicans, 76ers and Timberwolves, no team sources contacted by Bleacher Report indicated any contract agreement with Millsap has come close to the finish line,” Fischer wrote.
Millsap, 36, played 56 games last season for the Nuggets. He averaged 9.0 points and 4.7 rebounds per game, shooting 34.3 percent from three in 36 starts with Mike Malone’s team.
Millsap became a free agent this offseason, after spending the last four years in Denver. During his stint, he played a key role for the team, either as a starter or a bench player.