HoopsHype Andy Miller rumors

September 19, 2014 Updates

With the new Kings regime came a lot of ties to the Silicon Valley, which in turn, has created the potential for molding technology with sports in Sacramento. At the forefront of that push is co-owner Andy Miller, who is in charge of technology for the Kings. With the demolition of Downtown Plaza over a month-and-half in, the Kings continue to delve into ways to link the new arena with innovative technology. One thing Miller, the former vice president of mobile advertising with Apple, says the team is looking into is "smart" lighting. "Not just LED, but equipped with sensors to monitor traffic flow and environmental conditions, networked to provide data and control. It will give us a lot of data for easing congestion, safety and energy savings," Miller said. Sactown Royalty

The Kings also are looking into expanded Wi-Fi offerings that aren't even scheduled for limited release until 2016, according to Miller. The new arena is slated to open in October 2016. The new arena is slated to open in October 2016. Other new technology that is being reviewed relates to sound, seat comfort, fabrics, traffic, parking, loyalty and beacon technology. The Kings will be testing some new technology in limited pockets of Sleep Train Arena this season in order to "work out the kinks for the new arena." Sactown Royalty

The Kings app will also be completely redesigned. The goal is to launch a new version when the season begins. Miller and company wants it to be the first "state-ware" app in sports. Sactown Royalty

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As the Los Angeles Clippers propose guard Jamal Crawford in possible trade scenarios, the NBA's Sixth Man of the Year has a message for the Clippers and potential future teams: Wherever Crawford's playing, he wants a contract extension next summer. "Our intention is to get an extension with the Clippers or anywhere else that he may be traded based on the fact that he's undervalued for the production he's providing," his agent Andy Miller told Yahoo Sports on Wednesday night. Yahoo! Sports

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It's believed that the Rockets will now enlist the help of Asik's new agent, Arn Tellem, to try to assemble a trade construction that works over the next few weeks, because it's unlikely Asik is going to embrace the prospect of staying in Houston. Through previous agent Andy Miller, Asik began pushing to be dealt in July as soon as Howard arrived and has barely played since mid-November in the wake of his angry reaction to being dropped from the starting lineup, as well as thigh and knee issues that have been hampering Asik. ESPN.com

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Disgruntled Rockets center Omer Asik is changing agents, switching from Andy Miller to Arn Tellem of Wasserman Media Group, league sources told CBSSports.com on Tuesday. Asik's decision to change agents was first reported on Twitter by the Turkish basketball site Superbasket.org. He must submit paperwork to the National Basketball Players Association to formalize the change, and then Tellem must wait 10 days before commencing representation. CBSSports.com

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ASM Sports has signed Los Angeles Lakers guard Jodie Meeks for representation. ASM Sports NBA agents Andy Miller and Andrew Vye will represent him. Meeks formerly was represented by Bauman when he was at Lagardère. ph.sports.yahoo.com

September 11, 2013 Updates

One of the core group of whales that we are just now getting to know is former Apple executive and current president of Leap Motion, Andy Miller. On a tech savvy team, Miller is the man who Ranadivé has entrusted with developing the Kings’ new mobile app. Instead of hiding the highly anticipated app behind a wall of secrecy, Miller has done what more professional sports owners should do – he has turned to Twitter to crowd source the highly engaged Sacramento social media family. Cowbell Kingdom

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