Several teams have reportedly asked the Nuggets about Andre Miller's trade availability. (Garrett Elwood/National Basketball)
The Denver Nuggets have rescinded point guard Andre Miller's two-game suspension, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports.
The team announced the suspension of veteran point guard Miller for "conduct detrimental to the team" on Friday morning, after Miller got into a verbal spat with coach Brian Shaw during the team's loss to the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday night. Miller was upset at having his streak of 239 consecutive games played broken by a DNP-Coach's Decision.
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The team has since announced the Miller will not be suspended for those two games, but will instead be excused for all team activities until Monday, meaning the 37-year old will still receive game checks for the missed time.