One of the more notable players on the NBA Free Agency market currently is Mike Miller, who apparently is having a hard time deciding where he wants to play his basketball next season.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski, both the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Denver Nuggets have emerged as the top two contenders for the sharpshooter, but the problem is, he has no clue in which direction he wants to go.
Free agent process of Mike Miller pushes on, w/ Denver and Cleveland leading stretch run. “He’s legitimately torn,” source in talks says.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) July 15, 2014
Given the championship success that he had with LeBron James and the Miami Heat in the past, some thought it was all but a lock that he would be headed to the Cavaliers once James announced that he would be returning there. LeBron legitimately trusts having him on the court and even reportedly has pushed the Cavs in his direction.
But apparently it’s not as much of a lock as people believed, because the Nuggets are right in the middle of the battle for the 14-year veteran who averaged just 7.1 points per games in 82 outings for the Memphis Grizzlies last season.
Both destinations provide intriguing options for the Florida product, all that’s left to do is for Miller to sit down and finally figure out what’s in his best interest.