Denver Nuggets center Jusuf Nurkic may be playing for a other team in the near future. Marc Stein of ESPN is reporting that the Nuggets are actively working on finding a new home for the big men.

Nikola Jokic has clearly taken the reins as the future for this team at the center position, leaving Nurkic with a reduced role and scattered playing time, something the he has voiced his frustration about. The Nuggets tried to make it work with both big men earlier in the season, but after quickly realizing the two cannot share the floor together rumors of breakup swirled.

In the report, Stein states that the Nuggs are looking to trade Nurkic to a place where he would be given the chance he deserves to be a front-line center.

This season has been riddled with inconsistency for Nurkic. From winning the starting job in the offseason, to losing that job, and now only seeing the court in short spurts, it has not been easy for the Bosnian.

Nurkic is averaging 8.6 points and 6.2 rebounds per contest, numbers that can certainly trend upwards if Nurkic gets the right playing time and attention from a possible new destination.

The Nuggets acquired Nurkic in the 2014 NBA draft, and was initially drafted to be the cornerstone down low for years to come; however, it now seems as if Jusuf Nurkic’s days in Mile High City may be dwindling away.