The Denver Nuggets have a history of finding players on two-way contracts. Torrey Craig and Monte Morris both started their Nuggets tenure on two-way deals and are now apart of Denver’s rotation.
Well, the Nuggets are hoping for more of the same with Bol Bol and PJ Dozier. According to Adam Johnson of 2 Ways & 10 Days, the Nuggets are sending Bol and Dozier to the Windy City Bulls, which is the G-League affiliate of the Chicago Bulls.
Hearing the Nuggets are planning to send their two-way players, Bol Bol and PJ Dozier to the @windycitybulls the G League affiliate of the Chicago Bulls according to a league source.— Adam Johnson (@realcommonname) October 28, 2019
Johnson also mentioned how Bol will be on a “major” minutes restriction and that Dozier will get “plenty of opportunity” with the Bulls. Bol was the 44th pick in the 2019 NBA Draft and the Nuggets signed Dozier this offseason.
Bol has yet to appear in a game for Denver after missing summer league and preseason play while recovering from a left foot injury. Dozier has yet to appear in a regular season game for the Nuggets, but played extremely well in the preseason.
Denver remains one of two — Portland Trail Blazers — teams in the NBA without a G-League team. Windy City will play their first game on November 8th against the Wisconsin Herd.