The Denver Post reported earlier Monday that Robinson agreed to join the Nuggets. Nate Robinson and the Denver Nuggets have agreed to a two-year contract worth just over $4 million, the Denver Post reported Monday. Nate Robinson and the Denver Nuggets have agreed to a two-year contract worth just more than $4 million, league sources confirmed to ESPN's Brian Windhorst. Citing a league source, the Post reported that the deal is for the Nuggets' bi-annual salary cap exception, which is worth $4.03 million. Robinson joins a crowded Denver backcourt that also includes Ty Lawson, Evan Fournier, Andre Miller, rookie Erick Green and newly acquired Randy Foye. He stepped up his game in the postseason, scoring 34 points in a triple overtime win in Game 4 against Brooklyn and playing through the flu later in that series.