Miller netted 16 points (6-11 FG, 4-7 3Pt), three rebounds, one assist and one block across 25 minutes during the Raptors' 94-79 win over the Pacers in a Las Vegas Summer League game Thursday.
Miller got hot from three-point range, leading to him tying for the second-highest scoring tally on the night for the Raptors during the victory. The third-year pro has only shot 40.0 percent overall in four Las Vegas games, so Thursday's performance was a rather surprising sight. Miller is averaging 10.8 points, 4.3 rebounds and 1.0 assist over his time in the desert overall.
Toronto assigned Miller to the G League's Raptors 905 on Saturday, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports.
Miller will play in the 905's regular-season finale Saturday against the Lakeland Magic before likely reporting back to the parent club. Over 12 appearances in the G League in 2018-19, Miller is averaging 10.1 points, 3.5 rebounds, 1.7 assists, 1.6 triples, 1.0 steal and 0.8 blocks in 27.1 minutes per game.
Miller was assigned to the Raptors 905 of the G League on Thursday.
Miller has appeared in four games and played a total of just 17 minutes since signing a multi-year deal with the Raptors prior to the All-Star break. Thursday will serve as an opportunity for the 26-year-old to get some extended action, as he will be available for the Raptors 905's outing against the Canton Charge.
Miller was recalled from the G League on Friday, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports.
Miller signed a multi-year deal with the Raptors before the All-Star break, though he has yet to play in the NBA, spending all of his time in the G League. Even if he takes the court Friday against the Spurs, it likely wouldn't be for a significant stretch of time.
Miller is expected to sign a multi-year contract with the Raptors, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports.
Miller agreed to a 10-day deal with Toronto on Friday, but it appears the Toronto already want to lock him up for a few years. Miller hasn't taken the court yet for Toronto but has played exclusively in the G League so far this year.
Miller will sign a 10-day contract with the Raptors on Friday, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.
Miller recently returned to G League play after rehab from offseason shoulder injury kept him out for the start of the season. He's now appeared in six games for the Raptors 905 and is averaging 8.2 points and 2.5 rebounds in just under 23 minutes per game. Miller will now get another shot with the Raptors as they look to fill open roster spots following yesterday's trade for Marc Gasol.
Miller (shoulder) has played in the team's last four games, even starting the last two contests in the frontcourt.
Miller had missed the entire G League season prior to end of January, rehabbing from offseason shoulder surgery. The forward seems to be coming into his own, averaging 21.5 minutes and 8.5 points in a couple of abbreviated outings. Miller is expected to contend for a starting role when healthy, and seems to be achieving that timetable earlier than expected given his starts against Westchester and Capital City, on Monday and Wednesday respectively.
Miller (shoulder) did not play Saturday against the Red Claws.
Miller has yet to take the floor while he continues to recover from offseason shoulder surgery. At this point, a timetable for return is uncertain.
Miller (shoulder) did not play in Thursday's contest against the Red Claws.
Miller is still recovering from offseason shoulder surgery. The forward has yet to play for Raptors 905 this season.
Miller (shoulder) is expected to sign with the Raptors on an Exhibit 10 deal following a physical, Blake Murphy of The Athletic reports. From there, Miller will likely be waived, allowing him to rehab in the G-League with the Raptors 905.
Toronto seems committed to having Miller, who underwent surgery for a torn labrum in his right shoulder in early August, as part of the organization. Updates on his progress should be available as he hits milestones in his recovery.
Miller underwent surgery Monday to address a torn labrum in his right shoulder, Blake Murphy of RaptorsRepublic.com reports.
The Raptors had previously announced that Miller dislocated the shoulder during a summer league game in early July, but a follow-up MRI revealed a more significant diagnosis. While a timeline for Miller's recovery isn't available, it's likely that he'll need multiple months of rehab before returning to full health. The Raptors rescinded Miller's qualifying offer July 13, making him an unrestricted free agent. It's now unlikely that Miller will be picked up by another team until after the 2018-19 season commences.
Miller had his qualifying offer rescinded by the Raptors on Saturday.
Miller, who recently dislocated his shoulder, will now become an unrestricted free agent, making it seems unlikely that he'll be back in Toronto next season. The Holy Cross product appeared in 15 games for the team last season.
Miller will miss the remainder of summer league due to a dislocated shoulder. An timeline for recovery will be given at a later date.
Miller dislocated the shoulder during Monday's game against OKC. More information about his status will be given after he's evaluated more closely by medical personnel.
Miller suffered a dislocated shoulder during Monday's summer league game against Oklahoma City and will not return.
Miller came off the bench to play 10 minutes before exiting. He finished with three points (1-3 FG, 1-3 3PT), three rebounds and an assist. Consider Miller questionable to play in the Raptors' tournament-round opener later this week, though given the relative severity of the injury, it's rather unlikely that Toronto will bring him back for a meaningless summer league game.
Miller was extended a qualifying offer from the Raptors on Wednesday.
Miller, an undrafted free agent back in 2015, made his NBA debut last season with the Raptors, playing in a total of 15 games. The 25-year-old averaged 2.5 points and 1.0 rebound across 8.4 minutes, largely serving as emergency depth when injuries occurred higher up on the depth chart. The Raptors will now be able to match any offer he receives on the open free agent market, which means there's a good chance he's back in Toronto for the upcoming campaign. That said, he won't be a reliable fantasy option.
Miller is heading back to the bench for Wednesday's tilt against the Cavs.
With DeMar DeRozan (thigh) reclaiming his spot in the starting five, Miller will shift back to the pine. Miller hasn't produced much lately, averaging 2.9 points and 1.2 rebounds across 10.3 minutes during his past 11 appearances.
Miller will pick up the start at shooting guard for Tuesday' game against the Magic.
The Raptors are set to be without usual starter DeMar DeRozan (thigh), which allows Miller to jump into the top unit in his place. Look for him to see an uptick in his overall workload, though he'll be nothing more than a weak punt-play option for Tuesday's DFS slate. He'll likely share the added minutes with the likes of Norman Powell, C.J. Miles and Delon Wright.
Miller will come off the bench for Friday's contest against the Mavericks, Eric Smith of Sportsnet 590 The Fan reports.
Miller drew the start Thursday with the team dealing with some injuries, collecting four points, four rebounds and two blocks in 22 minutes. With OG Anunoby back in the fold Friday, however, Miller will head back to the pine.
Miller will draw the start at small forward for Thursday's tilt against Indiana.
With Norman Powell (ankle) doubtful, and despite OG Anunoby being healthy, coach Dwane Casey has opted to start Miller. Miller has seen just double-digit minutes four times this season, never cracking 14 minutes. In those games, he's averaged 5.0 points and 1.5 rebounds.
Miller will come off the bench Wednesday against the Pistons.
Miller received the start for the injured OG Anunoby on Tuesday, but got just 14 minutes and scored only five points. The Raptors are turning to Norman Powell to fill Anunoby's void Wednesday. Miller's seen 14 minutes in the past two games, and it's unlikely he sees a larger role.
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