Andre Miller Rumors

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Andre Miller
Andre Miller
Position: -
Born: 03/19/76
Height: 6-2 / 1.88
Weight:199 lbs. / 90.7 kg.
Earnings: $97,709,070 ($121,003,457*)
First Coach: “I love Tre Jones. When you have a brother who is a big-time point guard, you understand the position. When he’s coming in with all these other talented players, he’s not fighting it. He’s making sure those other guys get the ball and he’s running the show. I love him. “I think the problem is that he doesn’t know when his shots are coming. He’s a better shooter than his percentages now. And that doesn’t bother him, either. It’s kind of like the Andre Miller thing with him. He has that kind of cerebral game where if you draw something up on the board, he probably just needs to take one look at it and he’ll know what everyone on the floor is supposed to do and where they’re supposed to be, depending on how the defense guards you.”
Karl-Anthony Towns and Andrew Wiggins aren’t the type of players who’ll respond well to Butler’s leadership, which is based on hard work as an example and harder truths. “They’ll take tough love. They had Kevin Garnett, Tayshaun Prince and Andre Miller as examples,” one league executive told Yahoo Sports. “Jimmy isn’t too dissimilar from K.G., but it just doesn’t mix.”
The Chicago Tribune reported in March 2000 that Spurs guard Avery Johnson was angering teammates with selfish complaining after being benched in several fourth quarters for Terry Porter, who was a better 3-point shooter. During a 92-81 Spurs loss at Cleveland on Feb. 15, 2000, Johnson and teammate Malik Rose argued over a defensive play when Cavaliers guard Andre Miller got a 3-point play. After the game, a nude Johnson tried to slap Rose in front of his locker while on his way to the shower, a source told The Undefeated. Rose lunged forward to hit Johnson and slipped and fell after stepping into teammate Mario Elie’s bucket of ice. Rose was held back by teammates Felton Spencer and Jerome Kersey. Still nude, Johnson started pacing around the locker room, throwing stuff around and breaking a television while having words for Popovich, Robinson, Rose and Porter about the team no longer being his. The Spurs didn’t re-sign Johnson, although the franchise did retire his No. 6 jersey after he retired, and he instead signed with the Denver Nuggets.
Case in point: former Cavaliers guard Baron Davis, now 37 years old and more than four years removed from his last NBA game, is known to covet the job and insists he could do it well so long as he had two weeks to get into tip-top shape (he played six games in the NBA Development League last season, averaging 12.8 points, 3.5 assists and 22.5 minutes. Also, fellow former Cleveland player Andre Miller, the 40-year-old who played in Minnesota (26 games) and San Antonio (13 games) last season, would certainly want this gig but has thus far inspired no mutual interest.