A very emotional Brad Miller concluded his remarkable 13-year NBA career last night. Happy trails, big fella.
(h/t: @cjzero, TBJ)
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Thx for your hard play
Love the raw emotion in sports! You had a great career Brad!
Real man cry. Hope he has success in the rest of his life.
did big things for my bulls few years back; youll be missed big fella
God bless him, had real respect for him. Class act.
is it just me or does he look like a white ivan johnson on the second clip?
Brad Miller is a boss. Respect.
Ive seen this guy cry several times…not that theres anything wrong with that.
Dude nearly averaged 5 assists one season. Had a double double average one year. Decent all around player. Job well done Brad.
trey kirby is crying with u brad
Thanks for the memories Brad, much respect! I hope to see him coaching someday, or joining the ranks of TNT or something basketball-related. I also really like his rapport with coach Adelman. They’ve basically went from team-to-team together. Happy trails, big fella.
hes really crying because he did dirty to every other player out there, but never got to elbow ron artest..
okay now I have mixed feelings after finding out he’s an avid hunter… That’s kinda f*cked up.
@ smoove: he probably never elbowed Ron Artest ’cause of that one time in Chicago when Artest saved him from Shaq. Brad Miller had Charles Oakley and Ron Artest to take Shaq down for him… That’s like the best “enforcers” tandem in NBA history.
Good dude. Solid pro. 14 NBA seasons, that’s impressive. I hope he stays involved with the league in some capacity.
brad miller gotta be a coach or a commentator
Loved when you played for Sac big guy. I’m glad your best game of the year came in Arco Arena. The L will miss you.
Anybody who can take one on the chin from Shaq, can cry all they want. Class act, high bball IQ.
He was an All-Star for the pacer’s I believe. Solid dude, and he fought Shaq once or twice.
real professional…Love life after BBall BMiller…
He was a dirty player. Hardly professional. Sidenote: Teddy-the-Bear has the most consistently entertaining posts on this site. By far.
Hated him as a Lakers fan but had good touch from the outside and was a servicable guy.
Always wish he could’ve finished out his career as a Bull, but respect either way.
I find it hilarious that someone like Teddy wasn’t aware of Brad Miller’s hunting fever.
I won’t cry for Brad if he gets caught in an forgotten bear trap.
Ted dong remains unaware. You people who hate hunting make me laugh. We are humans on this planet. Hunting is how we have survived and thrived, get lucid.
We didn’t evolve…
Brad Miller was the best passing big man not named Vlade Divac.
Respect. Terrific shooter for his size.
Ha, thanks 602Shorty.
@ Tarzan: Unaware, really? I take it you’re a pretty big hunter… Well, actually hunting is not how we survived and thrived; some humans hunted, but the MAIN reason humans have thrived on this planet is because of agriculture. So you’re completely wrong. Not even “partially”–just completely.
Also, humans are definitely not carnivores, and we aren’t even OMNIvores if you compare our physical attributes to other meat-eating animals. Seeing as our teeth are sh!tty for eating meat (I can copy-paste details if you like), and our gastrointestinal tract is way too long for our bodies compared to that of carnivores, we really shouldn’t be eating meat from a biological standpoint.
So don’t try to justify your hunting by saying it’s such a big part of our past. It isn’t. And even if it were, that would still be a terrible argument because then you could make the argument for cann!balism and all sorts of creepy sh!t.
Factory farming is definitely worse though…
i remember i felt the same way my last game in High school. . . .real talk
Solid pro. Bet he won’t miss Rondo though… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EpPoZAxgYws
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