(NEW YORK) -- Even though Denver Nuggets forward Kenneth Faried has steadily improved during his time with the team, he is uncertain of his future with the club.
As he's about to wrap up his third NBA season, the Nuggets could offer an extension to Faried, but the team has attempted to trade him in the past, making him question his future.
"I don't know, honestly," Faried told the Denver Post. "I just don't know. It's the NBA. You can't be too secure anywhere."
"I thought Nene was going to be a Nugget for the rest of his life, and he just got traded out of nowhere," he continued. "That was the first big trade I ever saw in my life, and it baffled me because he was a great player and he was here a long time. He finally bought his house out here and next thing you know he was gone. You can never be too secure."
The 24-year-old Faried is averaging 13.3 points and 8.2 rebounds per game while playing 26.8 minutes per game for the Nuggets.
He was the 22nd overall pick by the Nuggets back in the 2011 Draft.
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