Denver Post - Kiki Vandeweghe remains interested in Nuggets free agents Greg Buckner and DerMarr Johnson. Denver has offered Buckner a one-year contract worth $1.7 million.
The Nuggets also have shooting guard Voshon Lenard, who was limited to three games last season because of an Achilles injury, and rookie swingman Julius Hodge on the roster.
Vandeweghe said Nuggets coach George Karl likes the way the team is set up.
"We have Voshon Lenard. We are still hopeful that we can get Buck and D.J. back," Vandeweghe said. "That's a team that with the addition of Voshon Lenard that we like."
"We're looking at one or two things, shooting guards and backup small forwards. We've got a lot of guys already," Vandeweghe said.
Free-agent shooting guards on Denver's radar are Charlotte's Keith Bogans and Seattle's Flip Murray. Bogans' agent, Mike Harrison, said his client is interested in Denver, but there are other teams interested as well. http://www.realgm.com/src_wiretap_ar...ip_and_bogans/