Denver Nuggets head coach Brian Shaw thinks he’s found someone comparable to Paul George (who he coached in Indiana). Quincy Miller, time to step up to the plate. Per the Denver Post: “A second-round pick in 2012, Miller arrived in the NBA as a player with mounds of potential, but very raw. And on top of being raw – leaving Baylor after his freshman season – Miller was up-and-down in his only year playing in college coming off an ACL tear in his senior year of high school. Yet he had once been described by a web site as being the next Kevin Durant. Having had a chance to see him up close in summer league and now through a couple of days of training camp, Nuggets coach Brian Shaw has a different player comparison in mind: Indiana Pacers star Paul George. Not bad at all. ‘To me, the closest comparison to Paul George on this team is Quincy Miller,’ Shaw said. ‘I’ve been pleasantly surprised. I didn’t know much about him when I got here and I’ve been pleasantly surprised. He is really, really talented. At 6-10 he can handle the ball. When he gets his feet set he can shoot it from the outside and he’s got that – he smiles and he’s a nice guy when you see him, but he has a nasty disposition about himself when he’s out there on the floor. He has pretty good footwork. When I got to Indiana I didn’t know very much about Paul George. And then when I got there and I started working with him, I was like ‘wow, this guy could really be good if he puts in the work.’ Paul was very inquisitive; asked me a lot of questions, picked my brain about Kobe (Bryant), because Paul grew up in the L.A. area. He’s been asking me a lot of questions about Kobe and about Paul as well. So, it reminds me of that situation.’”