Miller (ankle) has yet to be cleared to take the court, Bill Doyle of the Worcester Telegram reports. "Super young man," Raptors coach Dwane Casey said regarding Miller. "He hasn't been healthy, but he can shoot the basketball. He's getting stronger, he's getting in the weight room. Very intelligent, very smart, very cerebral player. High basketball IQ. Can't wait to get him totally healthy."
Miller is currently traveling with the team's G-League affiliate, the Raptors 905, but has yet to be cleared to join in on the action. That said, coach Casey and general manager Bobby Webster heaped praise on his ability and look forward to having the youngster back. "He's the prototypical 3-and-D guy," Webster said. "Obviously his shot is I think what everyone notices. It's easy and smooth. That and his size and length on defense, that's his probably his ticket to making it." Miller will look to get on the court at some point over the next few weeks, though a specific date isn't being targeted.
Miller has been day-to-day in his recovery from an ankle injury, but he will have an opportunity to get back on the court with the G-league affiliate having two games this weekend. Being on a two-way contract, Miller is expected spend most of his time with the 905 and play a very limited role when he's with Toronto this season.
Miller (ankle) will remain sidelined for Wednesday's matchup with the Nuggets, Harrison Wind of BSN Denver reports.
Miller will miss another game as he continues to work his way back from right ankle surgery. While the 24-year-old hasn't played yet this season, he was recently cleared for full-court practice, so a return seems to be right around the corner. Still, he's on a two-way contract, so he doesn't figure to see anything more than end-of-rotation minutes when he is healthy.
Miller sprained his right ankle in July, requiring surgery. The 24-year-old signed a two-way contract during the summer, so he'll likely receive end-of-rotation minutes during this season, if he gets any playing time at all.
Miller (ankle) underwent surgery on his right ankle Tuesday after sustaining a sprain during a summer league practice. He is expected to miss the next 12 weeks.
Miller, who signed a two-way contract with the Raptors on Thursday, will likely be sidelined until late September or early October, putting his status for training camp and the preseason in jeopardy. He went undrafted during the 2015 NBA Draft and spent last season playing with Alba Berlin of the Basketball Bundesliga, posting 7.0 points, 3.5 boards and 1.2 assists across 19.0 minutes per game. Due to the nature of his two-way deal, he'll spend the vast majority of the season with the team's G-League affiliate, but can spend up to 45 days on the Raptors' NBA roster.
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