|July 15 2:10 PM PT3:10 PM MT4:10 PM CT5:10 PM ET21:10 GMT5:10 2:10 PM MST4:10 PM EST1:10 UAE (+1)23:1017:10 ET4:10 PM CT20:10 - Miller has agreed to a $5.5 million, two-year contract with the Cavaliers, re-uniting the sharpshooting forward with LeBron James, his former teammate in Miami.
Analysis: Miller was teammates for three seasons with James in Miami. Last season, Miller played in 82 games for Memphis. He shot 46 percent (107 of 233) on 3-pointers.
|Mar. 1 9:49 PM PT10:49 PM MT11:49 PM CT12:49 AM ET5:49 GMT13:49 10:49 PM MST12:49 AM EST9:49 UAE06:490:49 ET11:49 PM CT4:49 - Miller matched a season high with 19 points for the second time in five games in Friday's loss at Oklahoma City.
Analysis: Miller is averaging 13.6 points over his last five contests while going 14 of 24 from deep. He was previously averaging 6.3 points on the season.
|Jan. 31 3:19 AM PT4:19 AM MT5:19 AM CT6:19 AM ET11:19 GMT19:19 4:19 AM MST6:19 AM EST15:19 UAE12:196:19 ET5:19 AM CT9:19 - Miller is day to day after spraining his right thumb late in Memphis' 99-89 win over the Sacramento Kings.
Analysis: The veteran signed with Memphis last summer and has played all 44 games with the Grizzlies this season averaging 21.5 minutes per game.
|July 24 6:03 PM PT7:03 PM MT8:03 PM CT9:03 PM ET1:03 GMT9:03 6:03 PM MST8:03 PM EST5:03 UAE (+1)03:0321:03 ET8:03 PM CT0:03 - Miller is going back to a former home, agreeing to a deal with the Memphis Grizzlies. Miller confirmed the deal to The Associated Press on Wednesday, about a week after the Miami Heat designated him as their amnesty player after three seasons with the team. Miller will still collect more than $12 million in salary from the Heat over the next two seasons.
Analysis: Miller spent parts of six seasons with the Grizzlies from 2003 through 2008. He helped the Heat win the past two NBA titles, and has averaged 12.3 points while shooting 41 percent from 3-point range in his 13 NBA seasons.
|July 16 11:15 AM PT12:15 PM MT1:15 PM CT2:15 PM ET18:15 GMT2:15 11:15 AM MST1:15 PM EST22:15 UAE20:1514:15 ET1:15 PM CT17:15 - The Miami Heat are designating Mike Miller as their amnesty player, a move that may save more than $30 million in luxury tax payments over the next two years.
Analysis: Miller was due $12.8 million over the next two seasons, which he still gets. But his salary will not count against Miami's cap, nor factor into a luxury-tax hit that would have exceeded $30 million in 2014.