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March 2, 2015 Updates

The Detroit Pistons have recalled forward Quincy Miller from Grand Rapids of the NBA D-League. Miller, who was signed to a 10-day contract by the Pistons Feb. 21, played two games for the Drive. He had 15 points, 12 rebounds and three assists in 23 minutes during a 140-99 rout over the Delaware 87ers Friday. Booth Newspapers

Dave Pemberton: #Pistons recall Quincy Miller from the D-League. With the Drive, he averaged 11.5 points, 9.0 rebounds and 1.0 blocks in 19.7 mins per game Twitter @drpemberton

February 24, 2015 Updates

Van Gundy views Williams as a stretch four and said his acquisition doesn't have any impact on Quincy Miller, signed to a 10-day contract on Saturday, calling Miller "a developmental guy we're looking at to see where we want to go. Shawne's more of a guy we think can play right now. He's a guy that should be ready to go and throw in an NBA game right now." NBA.com

February 21, 2015 Updates
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A league source confirmed a RealGM report that the Pistons will sign small forward Quincy Miller to a 10-day contract. The trades for Jackson and Tayshaun Prince left the Pistons with only 13 roster spots so it's understandable why the Pistons are taking a flyer on the D-Leaguer. He had a short stint with the Sacramento Kings this season. Detroit Free Press

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Forward Quincy Miller, who signed a 10-day contract with the Kings, was not at Wednesday’s game because his deal expired. The Kings plan to sign Miller to another 10-day deal and have him available for Friday’s game at Cleveland. Sacramento Bee

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Archie Goodwin was named MVP of the D-League Showcase. The D-League Showcase First Team featured Lorenzo Brown, Bryce Cotton, Quincy Miller, Clint Capela and Willie Reed. RealGM

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January 15, 2015 Updates

Here's 10 potential call-ups to watch at the D-League Showcase. 1. Quincy Miller, Reno Bighorns, F, 6-10, 219 pounds: "He's still young and might be the best prospect with his length, ability to play small forward and power forward, make 3-pointers and handle the ball, too." 2. JaMychal Green, Austin Spurs, F, 6-9, 220 pounds: "He is the MVP of the D-League so far. He can rebound and he can spread the floor. He's a jump shooter who can knock down the 12- 15-footer and is a consistent rebounder." 3. Seth Curry, Erie Bay Hawks, G, 6-1, 180 pounds: "He is the D-League's best shooter. He is a combo guard who plays primarily off the ball. He lacks quickness, but makes up with it with his savvy style." Yahoo! Sports

January 4, 2015 Updates

Gino Pilato: After Elijah Millsap, good chance Quincy Miller could be the next Call-Up. Hearing several teams are interested according to a source. Twitter @DLeagueDigest

December 18, 2014 Updates

Miller already has the looks of an NBA rotation player and his improving play with the Bighorns is just adding more pudding to the bowl. If NBA teams hold off on signing him to a deal until the 10-day contract's begin on January 5, then he will be an immediate candidate for a 10-day. His path back to the NBA might be shorter than he imagined when he was picked up by Reno, but the system he's playing in is exposing his talents on the offensive end, the exact thing that gets NBA player called up to the League. Ridiculous Upside

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