Jul 2, 2012, 11:45 AM EST
It looks as if Andre Miller will end his career a Denver Nugget.
Miller has agreed to a three-year deal to stay with the Denver Nuggets, reports the Denver Post.
The 36-year-old point guard is arguably coach George Karl’s favorite player because of Miller’s ability to make the proper pass and fuel the offense. The sources confirmed that Miller will sign for three years. Financial terms were undisclosed.
Providing they didn’t overpay — and Masai Ujiri is too smart to do that here — this is a good signing for them. The Nuggets have a good young team of scorers and Miller is the solid veteran who can distribute the rock where it needs to go.
Next up for the Nuggets, re-signing JaVale McGee. There, they will overpay. All big men get overpaid, especially ones with potential. Whether or not they may live up to it.
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