While fans of most teams dream of one of the Heat’s big three, I never allowed myself to think the Nuggets would go down that road. I always believed that Nugget management would be looking at adding pieces to the puzzle instead of ripping up the plan and starting over again. Free agent Mike Miller would be an excellent piece to add to the puzzle. A piece the Nuggets have looked at last season and will again be investigating this weekend.
Here is the entire article written by John Martin of 92.9FM ESPN:
As he waits out free agency, Grizzlies’ free agent Mike Miller will visit the Denver Nuggets Sunday and Monday, a source told 92.9 FM ESPN Saturday morning.
Oklahoma City, Houston, and Portland are also interested in the veteran shooter’s services.
Denver does have a mid-level exception available, though using it would likely put the Nuggets into the luxury tax.
The Grizzlies, according to the source, had an initial offer of two years and annual salary between $2.4 and $2.9 million. Though Miller has repeatedly expressed his desire to stay in Memphis, he is also looking for more security in what will likely be his last multi-year deal.
Miller appeared in all 89 games last season for the Grizzlies. He averaged 7.1 points on 46 percent shooting from three.
What are your thoughts Nuggets fans?