|July 24 6:03 PM PT7:03 PM MT8:03 PM CT9:03 PM ET1:03 GMT9:03 AM 北京时间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 AM 北京时间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.
|Apr. 18 9:45 PM PT10:45 PM MT11:45 PM CT12:45 AM ET4:45 GMT12:45 PM 北京时间9:45 PM MST11:45 PM EST8:45 UAE06:450:45 ET11:45 PM CT3:45 - Miller had 21 points in Wednesday's 105-93 win over Orlando.
Analysis: Miller, who made six 3-pointers, went 33 for 62 (53.2 percent) from beyond the arc over Miami's last 10 games.
|Apr. 6 9:48 PM PT10:48 PM MT11:48 PM CT12:48 AM ET4:48 GMT12:48 PM 北京时间9:48 PM MST11:48 PM EST8:48 UAE06:480:48 ET11:48 PM CT3:48 - Miller scored a season-high 26 points on seven 3-pointers, and the injury-depleted Miami Heat beat the Charlotte Bobcats 89-79 on Friday night.
Analysis: The Heat won despite playing without stars LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Ray Allen, who were held out while recovering from injuries. The 33-year-old Miller, who is averaging 4.2 points, was 7 of 11 from beyond the 3-point arc and has a combined 56 points in the last three games.
|Feb. 12 8:10 PM PT9:10 PM MT10:10 PM CT11:10 PM ET4:10 GMT12:10 AM 北京时间9:10 PM MST11:10 PM EST8:10 UAE05:1023:10 ET10:10 PM CT2:10 - Miller returned for Miami in Monday's mauling of the Wolves.
Analysis: Miller previously had of ear problems resulting from a head cold.
|Dec. 25 2:49 PM PT3:49 PM MT4:49 PM CT5:49 PM ET22:49 GMT6:49 AM 北京时间3:49 PM MST5:49 PM EST2:49 UAE (+1)23:4917:49 ET4:49 PM CT20:49 - Miller is the 48th active player with at least 10,000 points in his NBA career.
Analysis: Miller reached the milestone with a 3-pointer with 10:25 left in the second quarter on Tuesday, when Miami hosted Oklahoma City in a rematch of last season's NBA Finals. Miller entered the game only one point shy of the mark. He's the second former Florida player to score 10,000 points, according to STATS LLC, and the 313th player in NBA history to reach that total.
|Sep. 30 10:49 AM PT11:49 AM MT12:49 PM CT1:49 PM ET17:49 GMT1:49 AM 北京时间10:49 AM MST12:49 PM EST21:49 UAE19:4913:49 ET12:49 PM CT16:49 - Miller is just happy to be on the court shooting right now. After two injury-filled seasons with the Miami Heat, Miller is still hunched a tiny bit when he walks, and the gait maybe isn't as smooth as it once was. But after a summer working to strengthen his core and back under the watchful eye of Miami surgeon Dr. Barth Green, Miller says he's feeling good about the looming season.
Analysis: He shot 7-for-8 from 3-point range in Game 5 of the NBA Finals last June, when the Heat clinched the title series over the Oklahoma City Thunder.
|July 17 1:37 PM PT2:37 PM MT3:37 PM CT4:37 PM ET20:37 GMT4:37 AM 北京时间1:37 PM MST3:37 PM EST0:37 UAE (+1)22:3716:37 ET3:37 PM CT19:37 - Miller has decided against retirement and plans to return to the NBA champion Miami Heat next season. Miller says he expects that he can avoid back surgery. He has three years remaining on his contract with the Heat, but considered retiring after two injury-filled seasons in Miami.
Analysis: Miller was 7 for 8 from 3-point range in Game 5 of the NBA Finals against Oklahoma City, helping the Heat clinch the franchise's second championship.