Emmanuel Mudiay's arrival in Denver could spell trouble for Ty Lawson according to Mark Kiszla of the Denver Post.
General manager Tim Connelly said Ty Lawson's statement about going to Sacramento didn't excite him.
After the Nuggets selected Emmanuel Mudiay with the No. 7 overall selection in the NBA draft, Ty Lawson said in a video "I'm going to Sacramento."
George Karl is reportedly hopeful that the Kings can construct a trade that would net them Ty Lawson, Wilson Chandler and Kenneth Faried.
There are "no untouchable players" on the Nuggets' roster.
The Nuggets can't get a team to bite on a Ty Lawson trade offer, according to ESPN's Chad Ford.
According to Gery Woelfel of the Racine Journal Times, Kings head coach George Karl will try to bring Ty Lawson to Sacramento.
Wizards' assistant coach Don Newman has reportedly emerged as a candidate for the head coaching position in Denver.
Nuggets general manager Tim Connelly said that he wants to have a head coach in place prior to the NBA Draft on June 25.
Unless the Denver Nuggets can pull off a major trade during the offseason landing them a marquee player, or hire a big name head coach, Ty Lawson and Kenneth Faried would reportedly rather be traded than be a part of a long rebuild.
Melvin Hunt's chances of coaching the Denver Nuggets next season are improving according to ESPN's Marc Stein.
The Nuggets will be ramping up their head coaching search this week, and the process is expected to take most of the month of May.
The Celtics may be interested in acquiring Ty Lawson, according to Zach Lowe of Grantland.
Ty Lawson's relationship with the Nuggets continues to be shaky, and Chris Dempsey of the Denver Post speculates that he could be traded in the near future.