Miller to sign in Denver?

Miller to sign in Denver?

Postby Coppertop on Sun Jul 13, 2003 12:51 am

Andre Miller could be heading to Denver to run the point for the young Nuggets. According to the Denver Post, the contract is expected to be for 6 years and worth around $55 million. Andre Miller is a restricted free agent which gives the Clippers the ability to match the offer in attempts to retain their point guard.

Andre Miller, the 6'2 point guard, would give the Nuggets a high caliber player at the point guard position. Something the Nuggets have lacked since trading Nick Van Exel away to the Dallas Mavericks.

Andre Miller's Clipper teammate Cory Maggette has also had heated discussions with the Denver Nuggets. He is also a restricted free agent.

On a related note. The Denver Nuggets have also shown interest in restricted free agent Tyronn Lue. Lue played last season with the Washington Wizards. Lue averaged 20.5 mpg producing 8.6 points and 3.5 assists a game.

Link (only works with membership to hoopsworld): http://www.hoopsworld.com/article_4500.shtml

Primary Source: http://www.denverpost.com/Stories/0,1413,36~90~1509818,00.html
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Postby Return2Showtime on Sun Jul 13, 2003 12:53 am

I had heard that Andre Miller, along with Elton Brand, might be headed for Utah... could be interesting since they would be playing the same roles as Stockton and Malone... not that they'd be as good together, but still interesting to have two teammates replace two greats.

Miller to Denver though does sound intriguing.
The additions of Payton and Malone will bring the Lakers back to having talent like they did during the Showtime Era... maybe they can win another championship like the one Magic is holding.
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