The Denver Nuggets remain in the hunt for Kevin Love, despite the fact that the All-Star forward is believed to be unwilling to sign a long-term contract with the Nuggets.
The Nuggets have been actively shopping their No. 11 pick in the 2014 draft, looking to either deal the pick for a veteran, or move up the board in the draft.
Denver president Josh Kroenke said coach Brian Shaw won't be leaving to take a job with the Knicks.
The Knicks reportedly will not pursue Brian Shaw for their head coaching vacancy.
ESPN's Stephen A. Smith reported on Friday that Nuggets coach Brian Shaw is trying to get out of his contract with Denver, with the goal of accepting the Knicks' head coaching position.
Coach Brian Shaw said he's not interested in coaching the Knicks despite Phil Jackson attempting to pry him from the Nuggets.
In a recent interview, Nuggets coach Brian Shaw ripped his players for their lack of effort.
The Nuggets hired Arturas Karnisovas to be their assistant GM.
The Nuggets' first-round draft is available for sale for teams looking to buy their way into the first round, according to TNT's David Aldridge.
Brian Shaw will be the next head coach of the Denver Nuggets, according to the Denver Post.
A source told the Boston Globe that Brian Shaw, Lawrence Frank and Nate McMillan could be considered for the Celtics coaching job, among other candidates as well.
Updating a previous item, the Clippers and Brian Shaw talked about a contract on Wednesday.
Brian Shaw will meet with Clippers owner Donald Sterling for the first time Wednesday, according to Brad Turner of the Los Angeles Times.
Brian Shaw interviewed with the Nuggets on Tuesday and is competing with Lionel Hollins for the head coaching job.