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I watched well over half of the games Andre Miller played in his stint with the Philadelphia 76ers, which was just under three seasons in length. In that time, he became one of my favorite players. He does virtually everything that you want from your point guard. He can knock down a mid-range jumper, has great court vision, is a crafty play maker, and can rebound and lead the break.
It is a mystery to me why he is brought up so infrequently in NBA conversations. Perhaps it is because of his lack of flashiness. Miller won't leave you in awe with any light-speed, above the rim finishes, or even behind-the-back passes. But he will constantly display his inspiring fundamentals and an adequate understanding of the game. That's all you can really ask for in a point guard, right? And not to mention that he's one of the most durable players in the league and rarely misses a game.
Perhaps his second go-around with the Denver Nuggets will provide a little more notoriety despite the fact that he's moving deeper into his 30's and will probably be coming off the bench behind Ty Lawson.