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Mike Miller

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6'8" (203cm)
218lbs (98kg)
Dynamic Duo
90 Udonis Haslem
P&R Ball Handler 3 PT Handoff Isolation

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Mike Miller ruby card

89 Overall

3058 Total attr. +56

89 Outside scoring +5

  • 84 Shot close +6
  • 88 Shot mid +4
  • 92 Shot 3pt +5
  • 68 Shot IQ +20
  • 90 Free throw
  • 95 Offensive consistency

71 Inside scoring +2

  • 80 Driving layup +5
  • 30 Standing dunk
  • 75 Driving dunk
  • 78 Draw foul
  • 69 Post moves
  • 57 Post hook
  • 65 Post fade
  • 95 Hands

80 Athleticism

  • 82 Speed
  • 82 Acceleration
  • 77 Vertical
  • 65 Strength
  • 93 Stamina
  • 80 Hustle +10
  • 80 Overall durability

79 Playmaking

  • 78 Speed with ball
  • 86 Ball handle
  • 78 Passing accuracy
  • 74 Passing vision
  • 75 Passing IQ

68 Defending

  • 46 Interior defense
  • 82 Perimeter defense
  • 57 Help defense IQ
  • 61 Pick & roll defense IQ
  • 83 Lateral quickness
  • 74 Pass perception +6
  • 69 Reaction time
  • 70 Steal
  • 51 Block
  • 73 Shot contest
  • 75 Defensive consistency

64 Rebounding

  • 53 Offensive rebound
  • 69 Defensive rebound
02/20/21 (Viewing) 89 SF SG 71 89 79 80 68 64
01/22/21 89 SF SG 71 89 79 80 68 64


Giant Slayer

Heightens the effectiveness of layups over taller defenders

Slithery Finisher

Improves a player's ability to avoid contact when attacking the rim


Boosts the ability to hit high degree of difficulty layups

Cross-Key Scorer

Boosts the shot percentage for layups when moving across the paint

Fancy Footwork

Improves a player's ability to beat defenders with an advanced layup or dunk gather

Tear Dropper

Increases the chance of hitting floaters and runners


Catch & Shoot

Boosts the chance of hitting a jump shot immediately after a catch

Clutch Shooter

Increases the ability to knock down shots in clutch moments

Difficult Shots

Improves the ability to shoot difficult shots off the dribble

Flexible Release

Reduces the penalty suffered from mis-timed jump shot releases

Green Machine

Increases the bonus given for consecutive excellent releases

Hot Zone Hunter

Boosts the shot percentage for attempts taken in a player's favorite spots

Slippery Off-Ball

Strengthens the player's ability to get the open off the ball

Volume Shooter

Boosts shot percentages as shot attempts accrue throughout the game

Hot Start

Improves player's shooting ability after making first shot until a miss occurs

Range Extender

Extends the range from which a player can effectively shoot

Tireless Shooter

Improves a player's ability to make shots when fatigued



Lightning Reflexes

Receives an earlier cue on the Read and React system while playing defense

Off-Ball Pest

Improves a player's ability to bump and harass the offense off the ball


Makes life difficult for the offensive players when trapped


Boosts the ability to stay in front of the ball handler on the perimeter


Increases chances at getting steals in passing lanes

Tireless Defender

Reduces energy lost when exerting efforts on defense


Laid Back

Chill player who is not easily riled


  • 0 Standing dunk
  • 80 Driving dunk
  • 45 Flashy dunk
  • 0 Alley-oop
  • 5 Putback dunk
  • 20 Crash


  • 35 Driving layup
  • 0 Spin layup
  • 0 Hop step layup
  • 0 Euro step layup
  • 50 Floater

Jump shooting

  • 0 Step through shot
  • 32 Shot under basket
  • 15 Shot close
  • 10 Shot close left
  • 75 Shot close middle
  • 15 Shot close right
  • 5 Shot mid
  • 60 Spot up shot mid
  • 55 Off screen shot mid
  • 75 Shot 3pt
  • 75 Spot up shot 3pt
  • 65 Off screen shot 3pt
  • 0 Contested jumper mid
  • 15 Contested jumper 3pt
  • 0 Stepback jumper mid
  • 0 Stepback jumper 3pt
  • 0 Spin jumper
  • 0 Transition pull up 3pt
  • 0 Drive pull up 3pt
  • 0 Drive pull up mid
  • 15 Use glass

Drive setup

  • 5 Triple threat pump fake
  • 5 Triple threat jab step
  • 50 Triple threat idle
  • 0 Triple threat shoot
  • 0 Setup with sizeup
  • 0 Setup with hesitation
  • 0 No setup dribble


  • 30 Drive
  • 30 Spot up drive
  • 30 Off screen drive
  • 95 Drive right
  • 15 Driving crossover
  • 0 Driving spin
  • 0 Driving step back
  • 0 Driving half spin
  • 0 Driving double crossover
  • 0 Driving behind the back
  • 0 Driving dribble hesitation
  • 0 Driving in and out
  • 75 No driving dribble move
  • 20 Attack strong on drive


  • 40 Shoot
  • 38 Touches
  • 0 Roll vs. pop
  • 75 Transition spot up
  • 0 Iso vs. elite defender
  • 0 Iso vs. good defender
  • 0 Iso vs. average defender
  • 0 Iso vs. poor defender
  • 99 Play discipline

Post game

  • 0 Post up
  • 0 Post shimmy shot
  • 0 Post face up
  • 0 Post back down
  • 0 Post aggressive backdown
  • 15 Shoot from post
  • 0 Post hook left
  • 9 Post hook right
  • 0 Post fade left
  • 0 Post fade right
  • 0 Post up and under
  • 0 Post hop shot
  • 0 Post step back shot
  • 0 Post drive
  • 0 Post spin
  • 0 Post drop step
  • 0 Post hop step


  • 60 Dish to open man
  • 15 Flashy pass
  • 5 Alley oop pass


  • 50 Pass interception
  • 60 Take charge
  • 50 On-ball steal
  • 35 Contest shot
  • 16 Block shot
  • 10 Foul
  • 25 Hard foul

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    Mike Miller Facts:

    Michael Lloyd Miller (born February 19, 1980) is an American basketball coach and former professional player who is the current boys basketball head coach at Houston High School in Germantown, Tennessee. He played 17 seasons in the National Basketball Association (NBA) after being selected by the Orlando Magic in the first round of the 2000 NBA draft with the fifth overall pick. Miller was named the NBA Rookie of the Year with the Magic in 2001 and was voted NBA Sixth Man of the Year with the Memphis Grizzlies in 2006, He won two consecutive NBA championships with the Miami Heat in 2012 and 2013.

    Miller played college basketball for the Florida Gators before entering the NBA. He also played professionally for the Minnesota Timberwolves, Washington Wizards, Cleveland Cavaliers, and Denver Nuggets. He was a swingman who was primarily a three-point specialist.[1]

    After his playing career, he became a college assistant coach with the Memphis Tigers. He resigned after two seasons before becoming the head coach at Houston High.

    1 College career
    2 Professional career
    2.1 Orlando Magic (2000–2003)
    2.2 Memphis Grizzlies (2003–2008)
    2.3 Minnesota Timberwolves (2008–2009)
    2.4 Washington Wizards (2009–2010)
    2.5 Miami Heat (2010–2013)
    2.6 Second stint with Memphis Grizzlies (2013–2014)
    2.7 Cleveland Cavaliers (2014–2015)
    2.8 Denver Nuggets (2015–2017)
    3 Coaching career
    4 Personal life
    4.1 Let It Fly Energy
    5 NBA career statistics
    5.1 Regular season
    5.2 Playoffs
    6 See also
    7 References
    8 External links
    College career
    Miller accepted an athletic scholarship to attend the University of Florida, where he played for coach Billy Donovan's Gators teams from 1998 until 2000. He quickly became known for his ability to hit the three-pointer. As a sophomore, Miller led the Gators to the 2000 NCAA Championship game, losing to Michigan State Spartans. After the 2000 NCAA Tournament, he declared himself eligible for the NBA draft.

    Professional career
    Orlando Magic (2000–2003)
    The following summer, Miller was taken with the fifth overall pick in the 2000 NBA draft by the Orlando Magic. Miller won the 2001 NBA Rookie of the Year Award while being the only first-year player to appear in all 82 regular season games during the 2000–01 season (starting 62), in which he averaged 11.9 points and 4.0 rebounds per game while shooting 40.7% from three-point range.

    Memphis Grizzlies (2003–2008)
    He was traded to the Memphis Grizzlies midway through 2002–03 NBA season. He was the recipient of the NBA Sixth Man of the Year Award for the 2005–06 season. He averaged 13.7 points 5.4 rebounds 2.7 assists while shooting 47% from the field and 41% from three, while playing 30.6 minutes per game.

    On January 3, 2007, Miller made nine three-pointers in a win over the Golden State Warriors, breaking Sam Mack's Grizzlies franchise record of eight in a game set in February 1999.[2] The two previous games Miller hit seven threes.[3] This made him the first NBA player to hit at least seven three-pointers in three consecutive games[4] since the Dallas Mavericks' George McCloud achieved it in 1996.[5] Miller holds the Memphis Grizzlies franchise record for most points scored in a single game, with 45 on February 21, 2007, against the Golden State Warriors.[6] After the 2006–07 NBA season, Miller was announced as a member of the USA Basketball team.

    Minnesota Timberwolves (2008–2009)
    On June 26, 2008, Miller, Brian Cardinal, Jason Collins, and the 5th pick of the 2008 NBA draft, Kevin Love, were sent to Minnesota in exchange for Marko Jarić, Antoine Walker, Greg Buckner and the 3rd pick, O. J. Mayo.[7] Miller averaged a career-high 4.5 assists per game but a career-low 9.9 points per game in his only season with the Timberwolves.

    Washington Wizards (2009–2010)
    On June 23, 2009, Miller and Randy Foye were sent to the Washington Wizards for Oleksiy Pecherov, Etan Thomas, Darius Songaila and the 5th overall pick in the 2009 NBA draft.[8] Miller suffered a shoulder injury and missed a few games during the early part of the 2009–10 NBA season. In 54 games, he averaged 10.9 points per game, his last-ever double-digit scoring average in a season, but was second in the league in three-point field goal accuracy, at 48.0%.[9]

    Miami Heat (2010–2013)
    On July 15, 2010, Miller signed a five-year $25 million contract with the Miami Heat. He injured his thumb while guarding LeBron James in practice during the pre-season, sidelining him for several weeks.[10][11] Miller officially returned to the Miami Heat lineup on December 20, 2010, in a home game against the Dallas Mavericks. Miller got his first start on January 22, 2011, due to a Dwyane Wade illness, and contributed with a season-high 32 points in a win over the Toronto Raptors. Miller averaged just 2.6 points a game in 12 minutes a game during the playoffs, with a high of 12 in game 4 against the Chicago Bulls. Miller made his first career NBA Finals appearance in the 2011 NBA Finals, which the Heat lost to the Mavericks 4–2.

    In the next season, on January 18, 2012, Miller made six of six three-point field goals in a victory over the San Antonio Spurs to finish with 18 points in his return to the Heat, after missing several games because of an injury.[12]

    In the playoffs, Miller averaged 5.2 points per game, and scored in double figures at least once in each of the Heat's playoff series as Miami advanced to the NBA Finals to face the Oklahoma City Thunder. In game 5, Miller made seven three-pointers, setting the NBA Finals record for most three-pointers by a reserve.[13] He had not made any three-pointers in the previous four games of the series. He finished with 23 points,[14] 5 rebounds and a steal in game 5. Miami would go on to win the game and the NBA championship.

    During the 2012–13 season, Miller was inserted into the starting lineup 17 times and averaged 4.8 points per game for the season. The Heat would again advance to the NBA Finals, this time against the San Antonio Spurs. Miller was inserted into the last 4 games of the Finals to help space the floor, and scored 8 points in game 6 as the Heat barely squeaked out a victory. One highlight of the game was a three-pointer he made while wearing one shoe. The Heat won the series in game 7 on June 20, 2013, giving Miller his second championship.

    On July 16, 2013, Miller was waived by the Miami Heat via the amnesty clause.[15]

    Second stint with Memphis Grizzlies (2013–2014)
    On July 30, 2013, Miller signed with the Memphis Grizzlies.[16] He saw his minutes and his importance increase with the slightly revamped Grizzlies team led by the new coach Dave Joerger. Miller played steadily for much of the season, finishing off as the only Grizzly to play all 82 regular season games and all 7 playoff games.[17]

    Cleveland Cavaliers (2014–2015)
    On August 5, 2014, Miller signed with the Cleveland Cavaliers.[18] In Cleveland, he reunited with former Miami Heat teammates LeBron James and James Jones. After averaging just 1.5 points in 12 minutes per game over the first 24 games of the season, Miller made his first start for the Cavaliers on December 19, 2014 against the Brooklyn Nets as he scored 21 points on 7-of-8 three-pointers in the 95–91 win.[19] The Cavaliers made it to the 2015 NBA Finals, but they lost to the Golden State Warriors in six games.

    On June 30, 2015, Miller exercised his player option with the Cavaliers for the 2016 season.[20]

    On July 27, 2015, Miller was traded, along with Brendan Haywood and two future second-round draft picks, to the Portland Trail Blazers in exchange for cash considerations.[21] On September 28, 2015, he was waived by the Trail Blazers via a contract buyout.[22]

    Denver Nuggets (2015–2017)
    On September 30, 2015, Miller signed with the Denver Nuggets.[23] Miller was instrumental in the early development of teammate Nikola Jokić.[24] The two players share a special friendship to go along with their mentor/mentee relationship and even share the same birthday.[25] He re-signed with the Nuggets on July 21, 2016,[26] and was waived on July 11, 2017.[27]

    Coaching career
    On April 12, 2018, Miller was hired as an assistant coach under Penny Hardaway at the University of Memphis.[28][29] He spent two seasons with the Tigers and established himself as one of the top recruiters in the nation. On June 3, 2020, Miller resigned to spend time with his family.[30] In July, Miller was named the boys basketball coach at Houston High School in Germantown, Tennessee. His sons Mason and Mavrick are players on the team.[31]

    Personal life
    Miller and his wife, Jen, have three children: sons Mason and Mavrick, and a daughter Jaelyn.[32] His daughter was born during the Heat's appearance in the 2011 Eastern Conference Finals with a serious health issue stemming from pregnancy complications; he spent the first several days of his daughter's life shuttling between practices, games, and the hospital.[33] He once owned a Java macaque named Sonny. He often tells the story in which his monkey escaped from his room: "You would always put him in his room, and then we'd lock the door, and then we'd put the dogs out, and then we'd lock the front door. Well, he found out how to unlock doors, unlocked his door, went downstairs, let the dogs in the house and opened the front door. About an hour later we got a call from our neighbors, saying, 'Your monkey is riding your dogs around the neighborhood.' ... I said, 'C'mon y'all, y'all got to get in the house."[34][35]

    Let It Fly Energy
    In 2012, Miller founded the Let It Fly Energy line of energy drinks and energy shots. In a 2012 Forbes article, he said he started the company because he wanted a healthy alternative energy drink for athletes.[36]


    probably the 2nd worst card in the set, funny we calling someone with silver range and bronze clamps that in January.


    so 2k putting UPS workers in their game now?


    Mike Miller played for the magic for 3 seasons. He was a huge sniper in those days. He played with the 32.1 pts tmac, the best version of tmac


    Literally all of the UPS workers getting free myteam cards and shit. I'm boutta quit my job work for UPS.


    For those of you who don’t know this is Shaquille O’Neal, AKA The Slim Reaper, he played for many team, mainly the New York Giants, Boston Red Socks, and the Houston Dynamo. He is best known for when he had 3 50, 40 ,90, seasons in a row, and in those 3 years he won the 3-point contest, being the first player to get 50 points in all of his passes!!!!!!! Shaquille O’Neal was the “do-it-all” player and is considered by many to be the best shooting guard of all time


    Damn Mike Miller played for the Magic?


    I can confirm he is not a UPS worker, he has won 6th man and rookie of the year and is a 1x champion




    Damn, another UPS worker paying for a myteam card. Now I really want to pay for a card. Looks like a lot of these guys who payed for cards are UPS workers. I'm willing to quit my job and work for UPS if that means I can have a card.


    99 3pt shot with 1 shoe


    Worst Rookie of the Year


    Bruh he won 6th man smh