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MIAMI -- Guard Mike Miller walked gingerly out of the Miami Heat locker room on Tuesday and spoke with the media for the first time since undergoing hernia surgery last week.
Amid speculation that the 12-year veteran might be released by the team using a proposed amnesty provision, Miller said he spoke with Heat president Pat Riley and Erik Spoelstra earlier this week about his status with the team. And although he wouldn't definitively state the Heat's plans on whether to cut him, Miller was hopeful he would remain with the team.
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Paul Kitagaki Jr. Sacramento Bee file, 2011
Emotions were high in Sacramento when Francisco Garcia and his teammates left the floor after the last game of the 2010-11 season against the Lakers.