Originally written on Philly Sports World  |  Last updated 11/20/14

The Sixers, who WILL (?) be looking for a replacement for Lou Williams this off-season, need to consider signing former fan favorite Andre Miller. Miller a free agent, who played last season with Denver averaged 27 minutes per game and 9.7 ppg. Miller’s team leading 6.7 assists per game is why he would be a great fit for the Sixers. Miller is the consummate team player who protects the ball and would fit perfectly with Coach Collins style of play.

Miller in a Sixers uniform would be an upgrade over Williams and would provide the team with great veteran leadership. I, for one was disappointed when Miller departed. At the age of 36, Miller could still give the Sixers 20 minutes a game and more importantly improve the game of the Sixers’ starting guards. If the Sixers are willing to spend $4-5 million, they could grab one of the best guards in the league and also get a teacher.

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  • I AM SAYING THIS FOR THE PAsT 2 YEARS.... number 11 is not a point guard.Youg or not he doesn t have it... yet???? Sixers need a experienced solid point guard like miler . they should grab him asap. And by the way he can also shoot.lol. I am questioning how good of a scout Tony De Leo is?
    Remember when he was the head coach?

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