[Guide] on July 7th, Mike Miller, who won the championship with the Heat, became a free agent again this year.
High, but he is still being chased by many teams, the Rockets, Nuggets and Thunder are all very interested in him.
What I remember most about the old Miller was when the Heat won the championship the year before last. Miller ran away with his shoe, but still made a three-pointer. This three-pointer was impressive.
When Miller played for the Grizzlies later, he also often contributed very good games. Accurate three-pointers are Miller’s trump card.
Miller played the full regular season last season, averaging 7.1 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game. As an outside player, he shot 48.1% from the field and 45.9% from three-pointers.
As a stable outside firepower provider, Miller will not worry about not getting a contract in the free market.
According to sources, Miller will visit the Nuggets in the near future, and the Thunder, Trail Blazers and Rockets have all offered olive branches to Miller.
After losing Fisher, the Thunder urgently need to find a player who can take over the outside firepower, and Miller is a good choice.
The Grizzlies previously offered Miller a 2-year, 5 million offer. Miller also said that he prefers to stay in Memphis, but he will also look for more opportunities. After all, this may be his last contract.