HoopsHype Quincy Miller rumors

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Baylor freshman forward Quincy Miller tops the Bucks workout scheduled Monday as the countdown to the NBA draft enters the final week. Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

June 24, 2012 Updates

Because of NBA rules, Nelson said he can't mention which players they're pursuing. But the Mavs have strong interest in the Baylor forward duo of Perry Jones III of Duncanville and Quincy Miller, who worked out for the Mavs last Monday. "They're all on our board," Nelson said. "They're all middle-to-late first-rounders." Fort Worth Star-Telegram

June 22, 2012 Updates

The Warriors are scheduled to have two more draft prospect workouts this weekend. Saturday's workout includes Illinois center Meyers Leonard, Baylor swingman Quincy Miller and Syracuse point guard Scoop Jardine. High Point's Nick Barbour and Villanova's Dominick Cheek are also part of the session. Sulia

June 21, 2012 Updates

Sam Amico: Lakers "making real push" to get into 1st round of NBA Draft, says EC exec. Word is they like the Baylor guys: Perry Jones & Quincy Miller. Twitter

After talking with Ty Lawson on Wednesday, draft prospect Quincy Miller was asked just what the Nuggets guard told him. "He said he's trying to convince Masai to pick me," explained Miller, a Baylor product. Denver Post

June 16, 2012 Updates

Michael Cunningham: Baylor F Quincy Miller says he's added 17 pds since end of season, up to 220. Says he still moves well. Twitter

June 9, 2012 Updates

(Quincy) Miller has worked out for the Celtics and has workouts planned with the Cavaliers, Bucks, Rockets and Pistons. He interviewed with the Bulls this week along with several other teams. "I didn't have a favorite team, but I did like the Bulls when (Michael) Jordan played," Miller said. "(The interview) was a great experience. That's a great team, a great organization. It was good because they're right at home, and I wouldn't mind going there." Chicago Tribune

May 31, 2012 Updates

Quincy Miller was once considered a Top 5 player in a very strong high school class before tearing his ACL. He then looked like a shadow of his former self athletically as a freshman at Baylor. According to contacts, Miller has looked improved in workouts. HoopsHype

May 18, 2012 Updates

GMs identified Baylor's Perry Jones, Kentucky's Terrence Jones, Washington's Terrence Ross, Baylor's Quincy Miller and St. Bonaventure's Andrew Nicholson as players who could help their stock the most with great workouts. All of them have one thing in common: skill. And many of them combine that with terrific athleticism to boot. "These workouts can't really measure basketball IQ or your feel for the game. We have a whole season of scouting and film for that," one GM said. "But they can allow us to gauge the skill level of players in ways that sometimes their college systems might hide. It's also a terrific gauge of a player's athletic abilities, which are often pushed to the maximum in workouts." ESPN.com

May 1, 2012 Updates

Quincy Miller originally said he wasn't going to enter the Draft after one season at Baylor. But he changed his mind last week and put his name in, and is likely to go somewhere in the first round despite lingering concerns about his right knee. Miller had been a top collegiate prospect after wowing people in the FIBA Under 18 Championships tournament in San Antonio in 2010, hitting the gold medal-winning 3-pointer for the U.S. team over Brazil. But Miller tore his ACL early in his senior year in high school, and missed most of that season. Although he recovered enough to start 35 games for Baylor, which set a school record for wins this season, pro scouts don't believe he's anywhere near as explosive as he once was. "He was really up and down this year," one college scout said. "You look at his game logs, they were all over the place. He's a future pick. He may end up being picked by a pretty good team and they might get something down the road. But he could be picked in the Lottery because somebody decides they'd rather gamble on something like that than take a guy who's more polished and is closer to his ceiling." NBA.com

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