By Adam Thompson
Denver Post Staff Writer
Things appeared to remain quiet for the Nuggets during the weekend, though team officials may have their eyes on a new shooting guard.
Seattle's Damien Wilkins, son of former NBA guard Gerald Wilkins and nephew of former all-star Dominique Wilkins, is a restricted free agent after his surprising rookie year, which saw him average 6.3 points per game.
Agent Mark Bartelstein named the Nuggets among the teams eyeing Wilkins. Others reportedly interested include Minnesota and Atlanta.
"We're having conversations, but nothing's settled right now," Bartelstein said Sunday.
Denver general manager Kiki Vandeweghe could not be reached for comment. The Nuggets probably will make no major moves before Aug. 15, the deadline for teams to release players under the NBA's one-time "amnesty" clause.
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