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Mike Miller waited until the very last game of the NBA season to make his mark. The Miami Heat sharpshooter had a very underwhelming season, missing 27 of the team’s 66 games and not logging a lot of minutes when he did play.
But in Game 5 of the NBA Finals against the Oklahoma City Thunder, Miller went seven for eight from outside the arc, scoring 23 points and reminding everyone that he can still nail the three-pointer right before we all went on summer vacation.
One game does not make up for a whole season of injuries and underperformance, but the 32-year-old Miller says he is getting himself in shape and getting ready for next season.
“Gr8week being back in the gym FINALLY Way 2long of a layoff slowlybutsurely feelN better Feels good getting ready 4 another year #LETITFLY”
Nice to know Mike Miller tweets like a 14-year-old girl.
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