Though Coby Karl(notes) was waived by the Denver Nuggets on Friday before ever playing a game for his dad, coach George Karl, he may still get the chance to play for his father, according to AOL Fanhouse.
"Coby has proven that he can contribute at the NBA level,'' Coby's agent Dan Fegan said. "He's gotten better every year. And we're still in discussions with Denver regarding his situation. Just because he's gotten waived doesn't mean that he won't be part of the Nuggets.''
The 6-5 guard out of Boise State signed with the Nuggets in April. He has played for three NBA teams -- Los Angeles Lakers, Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors. In 24 regular-season games over two seasons, he averaged 2.4 points, one assist and 1.3 rebounds per game. He also played with Spain's Joventut Badalona early in 2009.
Had Coby remained on the roster for one more day, his $854,389 contract would have become guaranteed, the site reports.
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