(Brad and Mike) Miller, yes or no?

I admit that my last post (trading for Al Jefferson) was ugly. So, I’ll never do something like that again. From now one, I will restrict to the facts. I prefer read your thoughts.That’s why I am posting this one.


I was reading ESPN and I found this.

A prediction/tip/whatever you want to call it from one helpful team exec: "Keep your eye on the Millers. They will be traded if their teams start slowly."

He's referring to Minnesota's Mike Miller and Sacramento's Brad Miller.

If the Wolves do reach the point that they're willing to part with their recently acquired sharpshooter, interest is bound to be higher in Mike Miller, who was so highly coveted at last season's trade deadline. But Brad Miller did have a decent bounce-back season in 2007-08 at 32 by averaging 13.4 points and 9.5 rebounds in Sacramento.

And both of them, like Golden State's disgruntled Al Harrington, have contracts which expire after the 2009-10 season, enabling (the many) teams hoping to make a free-agent splash that summer to preserve some flexibility. Mike Miller makes $9 million this season and $9.75 million next season; Brad Miller earns a corresponding $11.4 million and $12.3 million.


I don’t know what a slow start to the guy is, but Sacramento lost the first to games of then season. Does that mean Brad Miller could be on is way back to Chicago, like reveled last month (I guess), if the Kings continue to suck? He could surely help us…


As far as Mike Miller, Minnesotta won the first game. And they traded for him this summer. So, I don’t understand why do they would want to trade him. Nevertheless, Ii this is really true, do you guys think we could get them both?


We need a big man, there’s no question of that… And someone who could shot 3 pointers will surely help us, especially with Rose creating a lot of open shots. So, what do you guys think?






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