DENVER -- The Denver Nuggets' options could be limited if there's an NBA season.
Three of their free agents have decided to play in China -- Kenyon Martin became the third on Wednesday -- and two starters are taking their games to Europe.
And while Ty Lawson and Danilo Gallinari can return if there indeed is a 2011-12 season, Martin won't be able to leave his Chinese Basketball Association squad until the season ends in March.
Martin's agent, Andy Miller, confirmed toThe Associated Press the forward has agreed to a deal with the Xinjiang FlyingTigers. He will join shooting guard Quincy Douby, a former first-round draft pick by the Sacramento Kings.
Martin's signing was first reported by The Denver Post.
"He's looking forward to the opportunity and global expansion of his image/game," Miller wrote in an email. "He's feeling great."