Miller (coach's decision) didn't play in Tuesday's 95-91 win over the Thunder in Game 5 of the series.
Miller saw 11 minutes off the bench in the Spurs' blowout win in Game 1, but he's failed to see any court time in the subsequent four games. Coach Gregg Popovich seems content to utilize only Tony Parker and Patty Mills as his point guards during more competitive contests throughout the postseason.
Miller will be on the inactive list for Sunday's game against Memphis, Paul Garcia of Project Spurs reports.
Miller is locked in as the third string point guard for the Spurs. If he is placed back on the active list at any point in the playoffs he will see a limited role, barring an injury.
Miller will start in Wednesday's matchup with the Mavericks, Jeff McDonald of San Antonio Express-News reports.
Miller is drawing the start due to Tony Parker being rested in advance of the playoffs. He'll likely see a minutes increase before returning to the bench when the playoffs begin.
Miller will draw the rare start in Friday's matchup with the Nuggets, Jeff McDonald of the San Antonio Express-News reports.
The Spurs are playing the back end of a double-header, and are resting a majority of their rotational players. It is somewhat surprising that Miller is grabbing the start over Patty Mills, but he will indeed play the point out of the gate. Miller has averaged 10.5 points, 1.5 rebounds, and 4.5 assists in two starts for the Spurs this season.
Miller will draw the start in Monday's matchup with the Spurs, Spurs beat writer Tom Orsborn reports.
With Tony Parker rested for a second consecutive game Miller will draw the start for the Spurs. Patty Mills drew the start for Parker Saturday, but the Spurs will opt for Miller Monday. Miller started one other game for the Spurs on Mar. 8, and posted 13 points, five assists, two rebounds, one steal, and one triple in 25 minutes.
Miller will start in Tuesday's matchup with the Timberwolves, Tom Osborn of Express News reports.
Miller has averaged just five minutes per game since being signed by the spurs in late February. He'll now make his first start for the team due to Tony Parker (toe) being held out of the contest. Look for Miller to see a large minutes increase now that he's in the starting lineup, but he'll likely return to his very limited role off the bench when Parker returns.
Miller has agreed to terms with the Spurs, Shams Charania of The Vertical reports.
Miller cleared waivers Saturday afternoon after being waived by Minnesota on Thursday and he has quickly garnered interest from the Spurs. The veteran guard has yet to officially sign with San Antonio, but the expectation is for the deal to be finalized in the near future. Once he is added to the Spurs' roster, Miller will provide serviceable depth to their back court.
Miller was officially waived by the Timberwolves on Thursday. Timberwolves GM Milt Newton said in a press release Thursday, "Andre was a consummate professional and set a good example for the young players on what it takes to be a pro in this league. We wish him the best."
The 17-year veteran will now set his sights on joining a playoff contending team in need of point guard depth. Since he was released prior to the March 1 deadline, he'll be eligible for postseason play. The 39-year-old has seen his minutes plummet since the All-Star break, as rookie Tyus Jones has taken on a larger role with the team.
Miller is finalizing a buyout to leave the Timberwolves, according to his agent, Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports reports.
Miller, who's in his 17th year in the league, plans to sign with a playoff contender once the buyout is official. He has mostly served as a mentor for the young Timberwolves backcourt this season, and has surrendered court time to rookie Tyus Jones to begin the second half. Should he land with another team, Miller would likely function as little more than emergency depth at point guard.
Miller is averaging 10.8 minutes across 26 games this season.
As expected, the soon-to-be-40-year-old has essentially functioned as an assistant coach in his 17th NBA season, sitting behind Ricky Rubio and Zach LaVine on the depth chart. Miller has seen time in each of the last five games, but prior to that stretch he had been a DNP-CD in 10 of the previous 13 contests.
Miller scored nine points (3-3 FG, 3-3 FT) to go with two assists and one rebound over 11 minutes in Monday's 109-99 loss to the 76ers.
It marked Miller's first appearance in the last six games, as coach Sam Mitchell had recently decided to include Tyus Jones into his rotation as the Wolves' third-string point guard. The rookie hasn't taken well to the increased playing time and saw just two minutes Monday, so it's possible that Miller has now vaulted back ahead of Jones on the depth chart.
Miller recorded two points (1-1 FG), one assist, and one steal across 10 minutes in Sunday's 100-85 win over the Nets.
After routinely not seeing the floor earlier this season, Miller has emerged as a factor in the rotation of late, averaging 1.2 points and 1.8 assists across 9.2 minutes. His entry into the rotation has hurt the likes of Zach LaVine and Kevin Martin, both of whom have noticed slight reductions in playing time of late.
Miller (personal) returned to practice Saturday and is expected to be available for Sunday's matchup with the Suns, Jerry Zgoda of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Miller was unable for Friday's game against the Nuggets while he tended to the personal matter. With both Ricky Rubio and Zach LaVine healthy, Miller could have a hard time finding a significant amount of minutes Sunday. In nine appearances this season, Miller is averaging 5.8 points, 1.4 rebounds, and 3.4 assists over 15 minutes per game.
Miller will miss Friday's game against the Nuggets due to personal reasons, Jerry Zgoda of the Star Tribune reports.
It's unclear exactly what the issue is, but Miller will not be with the team on Friday. He's only expected to miss one game, though, so he should return for Sunday's matchup with the Suns. Ricky Rubio and Zach LaVine should see the majority of the minutes at point guard in his absence, while Tyus Jones could see some minutes as well if he's recalled from the D-Leauge's Idaho Stampede in time.
Miller did not play due to a coach's decision on Tuesday's loss to Orlando.
With Ricky Rubio back from an ankle injury, Miller was back to the bench with Zach LeVine serving as the back up point guard. Miller scored 12 points in Friday's game with Rubio out, so he's capable of having an impact when needed off the bench. However, Minnesota will use him sparingly to keep the 39-year old from breaking down.
Miller scored 12 points (4-4 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 3-3 FT), and added four assists, a rebound and a steal over 19 minutes in Friday's 101-91 victory over the Kings.
The seemingly ageless veteran turned in his third double-digit scoring performance over the last four contests he has received playing time in. As had been the case earlier in November, Miller's opportunity Friday largely came as part of the domino effect of Ricky Rubio being sidelined with an ankle injury. However, when Rubio is on the court, Miller often fails to leave the bench or receives single-digit minutes, making him too volatile a commodity to trust in any fantasy format.
Miller score 12 points with four assists in 19 minutes in Friday's win over Sacramento.
Miller was pressed into more minutes than usual with Ricky Rubio out with an ankle injury. He could get 15 to 20 minutes per game if Rubio remains sideliend.
Miller (coach's decision) didn't play in Tuesday's win over the Heat.
Miller saw 20-plus minutes in each of the T-Wolves' last three games while Ricky Rubio (hamstring) remained unavailable, but that changed Tuesday with Rubio reclaiming his spot in the starting lineup. Coach Sam Mitchell appears comfortable using only Rubio and Zach LaVine to initiate the offense most nights, meaning that Miller will likely only see the court when the outcome of games has already been decided.
Miller had one assist and did not score in four minutes in his Timberwolves regular season debut in Thursday's lopsided loss to Miami.
Miller is only going to get playing time in blowouts unless point guards Rick Rubio or Zach LaVine get hurt.
Miller has not played in either of Minnesota's first two games due to a coach's decision.
It looks like the T-Wolves are content to use Zach Levine as the backup point guard to Ricky Rubio. Miller may not get much playing time unless Rubio or Levine are hurt.