The Denver Nuggets have put out targeted trade feelers on Kenneth Faried to gauge his value, according to multiple sources around the NBA.
According to Grantland, the Nuggets have put Kenneth Faried on the trade market, gauging his value and demanding a very good return. Faried averaged 11 points, 9.2 rebounds and won the MVP award of the Rookie-Sophomore Game at All-Star Weekend last season.
Faried is entering the third season of his four-year rookie deal, and given his per-game numbers, he figures to get paid on his next contract.
Faried is a highly valued player, he has well-above average athleticism, and a motor that seemingly never stops. There will definitely be offers, but the asking price would undoubtedly be extremely steep.
Though the Nuggets organization denies putting Faried on the market, sources around the league say that the Nuggets are just trying to get a feel of what they can get for him.
It’s highly unlikely that Faried will be traded, but it does make sense for Nuggets head coach Brian Shaw to see what he can get for his big man.