H: 6' 9"|
W: 218 lbs
(36 Years Old)
|RSCI: 14||Agent: Dan Fegan |
High School: Mitchell
Hometown: Mitchell, SD
Drafted: Pick 5 in 2000 by Magic
Overview: Miller has quietly developed into one of the most versatile and efficient offensive threats in the game. Miller is a multi-faceted offense threat, good with the shot, the drive, and the pass. He often plays more than one position during the course of a game, including a point-forward type role in some stretches. Miller is best suited to be a teamís 3rd option, where his overall floor game can benefit the team greatest. He is capable of explosive scoring games, but not consistently enough to be a first or second option.
Offense: Miller is one of the best shooters off the dribble in the NBA. His ability to shoot off the bounce extends out the 3-point range as well, thanks to his picture perfect mechanics, quick release and very high arc. Unlike most perimeter players, Miller utilizes the pull-up game to great effect, in addition to being outstanding coming off screens. He has plus size and length to go along with excellent ball-handling skills for the wing. Miller is not great at getting to the free throw line, but maximizes his possessions with excellent efficiency and strong playmaking, although heís just a little bit turnover prone. His basketball IQ is superb and heís extremely unselfish, allowing him to make quick decisions with the ball and find the open man with no hesitation. Nearly half of his shots come from behind the arc, but he hits them at such a high rate that itís extremely hard to argue with. He gets to the basket at a decent rate, thanks to his solid first step, and is a very good finisher once there, more-so due to his superb skill-level and smarts than any incredible explosiveness at the rim. He is much better going right than left, though, something that smart teams like to take advantage of.
Defense: Miller is a non-descript defender at the wing. Heís often criticized for being soft, but heís more average than anything else. Miller gives up an above average amount of points at the wing, but opponents donít shoot extremely high percentages against him. Millerís biggest weakness on defense is his lack of physicality. His foot speed is better than advertised, but he isnít fast enough to simply play off his man and try and react to his initial move. Miller attempts to use his size and length to disrupt his opponentís shots, giving space to drive and reacting to his moves. He is better guarding small forwards than 2-guards, although offensively he is mostly used as a guard.