The Nuggets are bringing back veteran sharpshooter Mike Miller on a two-year deal reportedly worth about $6 million.
Free agent Mike Miller has agreed to a two-year, $5M-plus deal to return to Denver, league sources tell The Vertical.
— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) July 19, 2016
Miller, 36, was acquired by Denver last season.
He appeared in 47 games and averaged a shade under 8 minutes a night.
Miller, 36, played last season in Denver after spending four of the previous five seasons alongside close friend LeBron James in Miami and Cleveland.
The long-distance specialist and former NBA Rookie of the Year is so well regarded in Denver that he was central to the Nuggets’ recent free-agent recruitment of Dwyane Wade, who opted to sign with the Chicago Bulls instead.
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