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Mike Miller
Mike Miller
Position: -
Born: 02/19/80
Height: 6-8 / 2.03
Weight:218 lbs. / 98.9 kg.
Earnings: $99,376,913 ($119,844,245*)
In Hampton’s case, that means they haven’t seen him play in more than seven months. For much of that time, the 19-year-old guard has been working with former NBA sharpshooter Mike Miller on his perimeter shot. Hampton and Miller have spent countless hours training together in Memphis, working on everything from Hampton’s base to pulling up in transition. For Hampton, who skipped college to play in New Zealand, this is the equivalent of getting your PhD in perimeter shooting. “Mike’s a proven shooter, one of the best shooters of all time. So when you get to work with somebody like that, on a consistent, weekly basis, it’s great,” Hampton said. According to Miller, the results have been encouraging.
“With him and the way he plays, if he shoots — which I’m pretty confident in — in the next two-three years he’ll be a high 30s, low 40s percent 3-point shooter, he’ll be one of the best guards in the league,” Miller said in an interview with SNY. That may sound like hyperbole, but it should be noted that Miller has a track record of helping teammates and players he’s coached with their shots. So he speaks from experience.
Four-star forward Mason Miller spent one night recently watching film with his dad, Mike, breaking down plays on how the senior can improve his game. Mavrick, the younger of the two brothers, will go over old highlights from Mike’s time at Florida and the NBA. But now it’s different. Mike Miller, who played with the Memphis Grizzlies and was a two-time NBA champion with the Miami Heat, will be their coach at Houston High School for the 2020-21 basketball season.
Mason and Mavrick, an unranked sophomore, will be playing together for the first time on the high school level, and people expect Mike will build Houston to the same level as Memphis coach Penny Hardaway did when he was at East High School. “I’m definitely excited to play with him (Mavrick),” Mason said. “This is the first year I really get to play with him so it’ll be exciting. We should be really, really good.”