Andre Miller is the epitome of a pass first point guard and one of the last of a dying breed. His mild mannerisms and soft spoken personality are not what our culture highlights, but he embodied everything associated with team concept. From his days being coached by Rick Majerus at the University of Utah, to leading the NBA in assists with the Cleveland Cavaliers, to his last gutsy performance as a Nugget, Andre Miller was, and is, one of my favorite players.
The Nuggets will sorely miss his alley-oop passing and his never tiring motor that was the energy propelling this team for the last three and a half years. The number 24 will always remind me of Andre Miller and his classy years with the Denver Nuggets. Andre, you will be missed and never forgotten by the fans in Denver. Best of luck to you in what ever the basketball Gods have in store for you, your family, and friends.
The NBA is a business, and in business, things have to change. The optimistic way to look at this is that hopefully things are going to change for the better for Andre Miller, and his career, as well as for the Denver Nuggets.