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Mike Miller: "I have some loyalties to the Wizards"


By Michael Lee  |  April 16, 2010; 11:30 AM ET
 | Tags: mike miller, wizards  
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I like Mike Miller at 3 yrs, $16 million. If he can get more than that somewhere else, pat him on the back and wish him luck in his future endeavors.

Posted by: artiesliver | April 16, 2010 12:10 PM | Report abuse

i'd offer that deal to Livingston before Miller....

Posted by: divi3 | April 16, 2010 12:17 PM | Report abuse

I dunno, divi3.

Livingston's walking around with ligaments in his knee that he wasn't born with and I think he's had surgery on his "good" knee too. How about two years, $6 million...?

Posted by: gimmedat | April 16, 2010 12:31 PM | Report abuse

as far as the argument that it's easy to produce on a bad team.....does that mean chris kaman, brooke lopez, al jefferson, and david lee are all suspect players since their teams are middling-to-awful year in and out?

Posted by: divi3 | April 16, 2010 12:32 PM | Report abuse

Miller says he has some loyalties here.

LMAO.

Hoping the Wizards are loyal enough to offer his butt a contract for next year.

Yak! Yak!

LarryInClintonMD.

Posted by: LarryInClintonMD | April 16, 2010 12:33 PM | Report abuse

Not suspect players, but suspect numbers.

Posted by: ts35 | April 16, 2010 12:34 PM | Report abuse

I gotta think Shaun is a better option than Mike. Shaun did exactly what he was supposed to do: run the plays, get everybody in the right spots and use his height advantage. Even against some of the best point guards, he was effective. Mike Miller, at some point, acted like he was allergic to shooting.

Posted by: tundey | April 16, 2010 12:37 PM | Report abuse

the way i am looking at it....another knee injury and Livingston retires, insurance pays his remaining salary and he's off the books

Posted by: divi3 | April 16, 2010 12:48 PM | Report abuse

You got to believe though that Miller isn't an option at all. If we do sign SL, Gilbert has to move to the two.

Woundn't make since IMB to have SL playing behind Gilbert at the one as some suggest.

So that moves Miller to the bench or small forward. I would rather use Miller's spot for a rookie of promise or some other young promising player.

Miller is OBE as we say in the Military, Overcome By Events.

LarryInClintonMD.

Posted by: LarryInClintonMD | April 16, 2010 12:50 PM | Report abuse

the way i am looking at it....another knee injury and Livingston retires, insurance pays his remaining salary and he's off the books

Posted by: divi3

What if he doesn't retire at that point? What if he keeps wanting to come back?

Grant Hill never retired. He's finally back and productive, but as I recall Orlando had to eat a good part of his salary and got nothing for it. I need to fact check that a bit, but he is one player who had devastating injuries and didn't retire.

Posted by: ts35 | April 16, 2010 1:57 PM | Report abuse

We are giving a significant importance to SL. We have the right to live in a better fantasy world,I just do not know why we are still looking for another broken and fixed knee.Let him go, at most he could be a good back up PG for any team, it is hard to see him playing as a starter in a contender team like LA.He can't defend , he can not shoot 3s, he can not drive the ball fast enough to break defense,i never saw him shooting fast, all he does is try to post small PG's.He is just a cerebral player with average talent and uncertain for 82 games.It is still good to have him in washington but the sky will not fall if he is not signed.

Posted by: gtefferra | April 16, 2010 3:59 PM | Report abuse

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