When we first got Mike Miller at the presupus of the Big 3, I thought to myself;”hell yea this guy is gonna tear it up on this team, he drops 40 with the Wizards by himself.” Then the player actually got to his locker, put on the uniform, and proceeded to collect check after check without playing game after game.
If it wasn’t his back, it was his thumb, or some other stupid appandange that made Mike Miller’s tenure here a waste of time. When he actually was on the court, he was bricking or airballing basketball after basketball, or flopping around like a baffon picking up Chalmers like retarded fouls. The guy before Miami rarely had a 3pt percentage under 70%, but once he took his money and suited up, couldn’t buy a bucket and has a mean average of 58% over his Heat tenure.
People in my city at time are total dullards, and fair weather fans, very often they stick up for the wrong player, and let the great ones walk. This city wants to weep like somebody died for a guy that in 167 games he was on our team, played to form in 7 of them. Played in only 5 playoff games as a Miami Heater. Game 5 2012, and 4 starts in 2013. Unlike most fans and stupid ass Mario Chalmers, I know one game isnt worth jack in the pros. Consistancy is the most important thing, and producing results night in and night out is the only thing that matters. Not empty fouls or empty brick shots when you need Ray Allen like poise and accuracy in those spots the team really needs it, not when we are playing the Bobcats and we’re up by 17.
NBA career statistics
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|BPG||Blocks per game||PPG||Points per game||Bold||Career high|
Miller’s departure has been long long over due. In my opinion we just opened a roster spot for a potential young unknown Danny Green type to rise from obscurity and lower our mean age on the squad. It also gives the opportunity to PF James Ennis from Long Beach State who brings 16 pts a game and 7 rebounds to a lineup that needs big burly rebounders. At 6’7 210, this power forward brings the effort and the tools needed to be a way WAY better contributor than his predecessor. Good Luck Mike Miller, go show the world how much you suck and you’re done else where. We’ll just keep winning championships without you, buying champagne with the 17 million you saved us!!!!!!!!!!!! GO HEAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!