DENVER — The Denver Nuggets have signed former Denver Broncos guard Chris Dougherty to a three-year, $7.5 million contract, league sources told ESPN.
Dougherty was a finalist for the NBA All-Star Game last season and the second-team All-NBA Team.
The Nuggets signed Dougherty on March 8, but he played in just 10 games for the Nuggets, averaging 5.9 points and 2.5 assists in 14.8 minutes per game.
He played for Denver from 2006-10.
Douglas-Robbins, 25, played his first NBA season with the Nuggets in 2017-18 and was signed to a four-year contract in July.
Douglas was one of four players on the team’s 2017 NBA All American Second Team.
Douglas’ brother, Jason, played for the Denver Nuggets in the NBA from 2002-06.